The breakfast is of good quality but, as ide from that, the predominant feeling is that
the owners of the White House are clearly fed up of having strangers in their house. The level of interaction is polite but without any true engagement with people - attempts at conversation are met with minimal response. They're just glad to take your money (quite a lot for what it was) and have as little to do with you, as they can.
The room was pokey, the bed was 4'6", the TV remote didn't work, the shower base was cracked at the wall, there was damp in the dining room.
All in all, they can't be bothered and neither should you - there's a perfectly anonymous Premier Inn just down the road.More