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It was the most beautiful place I'd ever seen.

–Feyre - A Court of Mist and Fury

The Mountain Palace is the private residence of the High Lord of the Night Court, situated above the Court of Nightmares.


The Mountain Palace is a moonstone palace perched above a gray-stoned mountain. Its halls are open to the elements, with no windows to be found, just towering pillars and gossamer curtains, swaying in a jasmine-scented breeze. It is protected by magic that keep the palace warm despite the high altitude and the snow coating the mountains outside.

Inside there are has little seating, dining, and work areas sectioned off with curtains, lush plants, or thick rugs scattered over the moonstone floor. These areas are decorated with a few balls of light bobbing in the breeze, along with colored-glass lanterns dangling from the arches of the ceiling. A wall of white marble is broken occasionally by open doorways leading into dim stairwells. The far end of the main hall ends in a veranda open to the stars. The veranda acts like a dining room, with a small glass table gleaming like quicksilver at its center, surrounded by a set of three upholstered chairs. The Mountain Palace is also equipped with a library where Rhysand teaches Feyre how to read and shield her mind. A war room is situated in a round chamber at the top of a tower. A circular, black table of stone occupies the center, while the largest stretch of uninterrupted gray stone wall is covered inn a massive map of their world. There are many windows throughout the room. On the table is a map of Prythian and Hybern.

Feyre's Bedroom[]

My room was... a dream.

–Feyre - A Court of Mist and Fury

Feyre's bedroom in the Mountain Palace is described as a room that is fit for an empress. It is located on the right side of the palace, the first door one level down from the main hall. Its windows are open to the elements beyond, no glass or shutters, and sheer amethyst curtains flutter in the unnatural, soft breeze. There is a large bed with creamy white-and-ivory bedding and pillows, blankets, and throws for days. The space is made even more inviting by the twin golden lamps beside the bed. An armoire and dressing table occupy one wall, framed by the glass-less windows. Across the room, a chamber with a porcelain sink and toilet lay behind an arched wooden door. The bathtub is actually a pool, hanging right off the mountain itself. Its far edge seems to disappear into nothing. A narrow ledge on the adjacent wall is lined with fat, guttering candles. The entire space is open, air, plush, and calm.


  • When Rhysand sent the music to Feyre in her cell Under the Mountain she probably has a vision of the Mountain Palace: "Up and up, building to a palace in the sky, a hall of alabaster and moonstone, where all that was lovely and kind and fantastic dwelled in peace. [...] Everything I wanted was there-the one I loved was there."