The White House is a gem, tucked away in rolling farmland on the North Norfolk Coast. Offering the chic style and luxury of a boutique hotel in a peaceful, relaxed setting, scrumptious breakfasts and the whole house to enjoy - all you have to do is put your feet up and pour yourself a drink from the honesty bar.
What makes a stay at The White House unique?
As soon as you enter the White House, you are met with an air of calm. The lush reception rooms have rich colours, sumptuous velvet sofas, specially commissioned work by Norfolk artists and light streaming in through huge windows. Book a room for the night and the house is yours to enjoy. Light the fire or fling the doors open and head out to the walled garden, pour yourself a drink, put your feet up and unwind.
Each tranquil bedroom is individually decorated. There's also a delectable breakfast buffet spread, absolutely worth getting up for and a scrumptious choice of locally sourced, chef cooked breakfasts.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The White House?
There are 12 luxurious double bedrooms at the White House, all with vast and comfortable Hypnos beds, beautiful bath products, made with English natural, essential oils by 100 Acres, Tea pigs tea and Nespresso coffee and TV with Sky and Chromecast as well as fast and free wifi. Traditional comfort combines beautifully with modern convenience.
Beautiful velvet sofas, huge sash windows, a wood burner and a thoughtfully stocked Honesty Bar make the sitting rooms a fabulous place to relax and enjoy your stay.
There is also Electric car charging onsite. Croquet and a tennis court along with a sun trap of a walled garden.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Burnham Market area?
Located in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The White House is very close to the wild and wonderful North Norfolk Coast with it's miles and miles of beautiful and really unspoiled beaches and marshes. There are cosy pubs, fresh fish and chips and charming seaside villages along the coast. Burnham Market is a buzzy Georgian market town with a diddy village green and stacks of independent shops and restaurants serving up delicious local produce. Holkham, Houghton and Sandringham Estates are all very close and offer everthing from Beach Cafes to Royal spotting to Damien Hirst art exhibitions.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There is a great range of independent, chef/proprietor local pubs, cafes and restaurants near the White House. A few standouts include: The Duck Inn in Stanhoe, North Street Bistro in Burnham Market, Socius in Burnham Market, Titchwell Manor Hotel in Titchwell, Eric's Fish and Chips in Thornham and The Hero in Burnham overy Staithe.