The White House

Guest Accommodation in Langley Marish, Berkshire

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Langley Marish

The White House, Langley Marish

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Built in the 1890s and typical of a Victorian construction the White House was originally owned by the crown estates of Windsor castle, then during the 2nd world war it operated as a doctors surgery serving the local community including a factory where hurricanes and spitfires were built.Now surrounded in a residential area, the White House has easy access to local attractionsamenities i.e. Lego land, Windsor castle, Windsor race course, Ascot race course,Thorpe Park, Black Park, Langley Park, London Heathrow, Slough trading estate and Pinewood Studios.In addition its location is near M25, M4 and M40 motorways. The bus service is excellent and there is only a 15-minute walk to the Langlety British Rail station.We have secure car park, which is accessed through an electrically operated remote controlled security shutter.There are two restaurants within walking distance, The Toby and Harvester.

The Marriot hotel is also in walking distance.We are a family run guesthouse, which offers a homely run environment to make your stay more enjoyable. Check-in time from 5.30pm to 9.30pm, unless otherwise requested.

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