Recent pictures of Drakensteyn are rare. Not so long ago wall hangings from Drakensteyn made in 1780 by Jurriaen Andriessen were restored and showed to the public in Van Loon House, where (then) Queen Beatrix' Grand Mastress Martine van Loon-Labouchère lives.
When Princess Beatrix bought Drakensteyn in the 1950's, these wall hangings were in so poor state, that they were rolled up on the attick. Now these have been restored and giving an idea of the original interior, in a set up by Van Loon House, to highlight the works of Jurriaen Andriessen:
I have often wondered myself how big Castle Drakensteyn is. The octagonal shape makes it hard to compare in size to other residences. But it seems to be built on four floors, so the overall floor space may be quite substantial.
Also, there are two other buildings separated from it, which may add to the over all size: