Newton 

Residence

Residence

Newton

In 1720, the South Sea Company bubble peaked, as the rumour spread that the South Sea Company had negotiated a monopoly on trading to South America – a rumour which immediately stirred hope of great riches and pushed the value of the company stock up to dizzy heights. In reality, little or no trading took place and 8 months later, the bubble burst, leaving many investors, amongst them Sir Isaac Newton (out of pocket by £20,000, in present day terms around £2,500,000), horrendously in debt. 

95m²

Roomnumber: 301
Category: Deluxe Residence Lake

Room Feature

  • Separated living and bedroom
  • Walk in closet
  • Granit Bathroom with daylight, round bathtub and separated walk in shower
  • Guest toilet
  • Kitchenette with cooking possibilities
  • Balcony