I arrived at the house just in time to join the 11am tour, in which we heard much about the history of the house and Charles II's adventures, and inspected the various hiding places he is reputed to have used in addition to the oak tree itself. The tour ended at the top of the house, and then I made my way back down through the rooms we'd visited, taking photos as I went.
19th Century wall paintings in the Bower Room:
The attic, including one of Charles II's hiding places:
The Squire's Room, with another hiding place beyond the ropes in the first picture:
Bed in the White Room (part of the Squire's Room before a dividing wall was added:
Looking down into the Entrance Hall:
Flemish tapestry and Royal Oak chest in the Oratory:
20th Century copy of a portrait of Dame Joan Penderel in the Oratory:
I did go outside to explore, but there was too much scaffolding up around the house for me to get any photos on that occasion.