The White House

Historic Guest house in Canterbury, Kent

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6 St Peters Lane

The White House, Canterbury

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The White House is delightful Regency town house within the city walls, two minutes’ walk from Canterbury Cathedral and all main attractions. Reputed to have been Queen Victoria's head coachman's retirement home. All rooms are ensuite and decorated in a charming mix of contemporary and classical styles.

With seven ensuite bedrooms, the White House guest house offers a convenient base for exploring the cathedral city of Canterbury and surrounding countryside. We feature individual interior designed bedrooms and an impressive contemporary art collection displayed throughout the building. All bedrooms offer tea & coffee making facilities, wireless broadband internet access, flat screen TVs and hairdryers.

On the ground floor, the comfortable residents' lounge offers guests a peaceful place to relax after a day's sightseeing. On cooler days a welcoming fire awaits you. Canterbury West and East railway stations are within walking distance, as are the coach and bus stations.

Parking is available 50 metres from our door in a car park with close circuit TV coverage for which we can provide concessionary vouchers. For the comfort of all guests the White House is non smoking throughout.

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From: £55.00

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