The Lord's dining hall(s and w)

You stand just inside the doorway of a sumptuous dining hall. The room is dominated by a lavish dining table, easily large enough and having sufficient chairs to seat twenty, which is situated directly beneath a wrought-iron chandelier. The chandelier holds dozens of tapered candles of yellow wax; the candles are not lit. An enormous stone fireplace fills most of the west wall. Three logs are stacked inside the fireplace, ready to be set ablaze. The floor is covered by an intricately-woven rug whose dominant color seems to be sea-green. Tapestries depicting sea scenes adorn the walls.
The south door is open.
The west door is closed.
The only obvious exits are south and west.
A castle maid