She led them past the foot of the great staircase and through a swing door covered with green baize.
One of them opened the swing door a crack and thrust her head in.
"My friend Mr. Heseltine-Wrigge and I are for the same destination," he replied, pushing open the swing door which led to the bar.
In sight of Dougal's Coombes saw the swing door open and a silhouette—that of a man who carried a bag on his shoulder—pass in.
Once more he stared at Otter and vanished through a swing door.
He pushed the swing door and at once found himself in a room which seemed redolent of the country which everyone loves.
At last there was a sound of the swing door which separated Robert's passage from the front hall, opening and shutting.
She took the lift, glided down, walked slowly and carelessly across the hall and passed out by the swing door.
He took a careful step, pushed the swing door half an inch and satisfied himself that was the kitchen at the back.
Suddenly, after twisting round a corner, he darted through a swing door into a stone-paved court, surrounded by brick walls.