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Welcome to The White House

Address: 6 St. Peters Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2BP

Telephone: 01227 761836 01227 761836

Hotel Description

If you enjoy staying in stylish accommodation, with all those extra little personal touches that make you feel special as a guest, then just maybe, The White House is for you. The White House is an elegant Grade II listed Regency Townhouse, originally reputed to have been the retirement home of Queen Victoria's Head Coachman and built around 1825. Our 4 star Highly Commended accommodation is especially suited to guests seeking a small intimate property (we do not unfortunately cater for children) and its ideal location within the City walls is an added bonus for those who enjoy soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of a University City, but who prefer to avoid the impersonality of a larger hotel. Our seven rooms are furnished to the highest standards to ensure maximum guest comfort; large cosy beds to fall into after a hard days shopping or sightseeing, soft pillows, with cool contemporary white linens and quality furnishings to ensure a real home from home. A few minutes walk (literally) will take you right into the main High Street, so we are ideally situated to browse all the best shops, restaurants and of course take in a visit to the Cathedral, Museums and perhaps a West End Show at the Marlowe Theatre but our position, in a quiet residential lane, means a relaxing stay is still assured. For a longer stay perhaps for business or theatre runs, contact us about our self contained studio flat - perfect for self catering.

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  • City Centre Location
  • Wifi Available
  • Vegetarian Food Available

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Canterbury Christ Church University - Canterbury Campus - University

Canterbury Christ Church University - Canterbury Campus - University

Distance 0.5 miles (0.8 km)
The Canterbury Christ Church University was established in 1962 and has around 15,000 students. The University is located at Kent, United Kingdom and operates out of seven campuses. University is divided into five faculties which are the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Business and Management, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health and Social Care and Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences. Programs are offered in the fields of art, English and language studies, history and American studies, media, music, theology and religious studies, business and management.

Canterbury College -Canterbury - University

Canterbury College -Canterbury - University

Distance 0.66 miles (1.06 km)
Welcome to Canterbury College, the Further and Higher Education College in the heart of historic Canterbury. Our Mission Statement is "to be the best at teaching and learning". We offer a wide range of full-time, part-time and short courses to change your life.

We know that Canterbury College is held in high regard by our students and their parents because they tell us so. The fact that so many students are successful at finding employment at the end or their course is proof of our reputation among employers. We also hold a number of prestigious awards including The Charter Mark, Investors in People and Action for Business Colleges.

Chestfield Golf Club - Whitstable - Golf

Chestfield Golf Club - Whitstable - Golf

Distance 4.77 miles (7.64 km)
Welcome to Chestfield Golf Club. We are located close to Whitstable, a very old but newly fashionable town, famous for the quality of its oysters and seafood. Not only does our Clubhouse date back to before the dawn of the 15th Century, but it is believed to be the oldest building in the world in use as a Golf Clubhouse. It was originally part of the Chestfield Manor, which was recorded in the Domesday Book. Today, the Clubhouse, with its wealth of exposed timbers and its atmosphere of history, still offers a warm welcome to all who visit. A tastefully restored lounge bar, a small but cosy Spike bar and a first-floor restaurant, help to make this a most memorable 19th hole. From April to September, we offer a lunch and dinner menu of both hot and cold food, whilst outside of this period bars meals are available. To accompany your meal we also have a comprehensive wine list. Our first-floor restaurant offers quality meals at competitive prices.