The White House is an elegant and lovingly restored Regency town house in Canterbury with chandeliers, sweeping staircase and plenty of original features.
Our range of accommodation includes superior double rooms, standard double rooms, smaller double rooms and a single room. All are ensuite and all except one have either a queen or super king-size bed and furnishings include crisp white linens and a flat screen TV with built in DVD player.
We offer a freshly prepared breakfast each morning which is sourced from local ingredients where possible. Special diets can be catered for and we also provide fruit, cereals and yoghurt.
The White House is situated within Canterbury's ancient city walls close to the Cathedral, restaurants, shops, the Marlowe Theatre and Canterbury West Station.
A two night stay may be required in some rooms at weekends and possibly three nights during bank holiday weekends. We do not offer accommodation for toddlers, infants or children under 16 years old and the maximum occupancy for each room is two people.
Leave the M2 at junction 7 (signposted Canterbury, Dover), then at roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A2 (signposted Canterbury, Dover). Continue forward onto the A2 until turn off for Canterbury city centre merging onto the A2050. Continue forward onto the A2050 entering Canterbury.
At London Road roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Rheims Way - A2050. At the next (St Peters) Roundabout take the 1st exit onto St Peters Place and continue to the end where the road bends sharply to the left immediately in front of The West Gate Tower. Just beyond the West Gate is a mini roundabout; turn right (3rd exit) off it, into North Lane. Just before the next roundabout take the first right over the Causeway, turn left at the end and St Peter's Lane is almost immediately on your right. Turning down here, The White House is on the left hand side opposite Westgate Hall Road.