The White House Hotel
As you approach Herm Island, and The four star White House Hotel comes into view, you know that it is special. After all, how many hotels can boast a Britain in Bloom Gold Award-winning island as their garden, a harbour-side setting and such spectacular sea views? Where else could you enjoy first-class dining with wines from our extensive, carefully selected list and be just a stones throw from the sea as you watch the sunset across the gardens?
Tradition is cherished at the family-owned, country house-style hotel to which many families have been coming for three generations. You'll find a variety of delightful bedrooms, including the luxurious Crow's Nest Suite, Harbour Cottage with its own garden, and family accommodation with separate bedrooms for the children. You won't find televisions, clocks or telephones, as somehow they don't seem appropriate on Herm. Children have always been welcome, with a popular high tea for junior diners and a baby-listening service.
The hotel encourages you to unwind. You could have tea served by the pool in the garden, play a game of croquet or tennis, enjoy an aperitif in the Monk's Bar or choose one of the many sofas in a cosy lounge and curl up in front of the fire with a coffee and a good book.
The White House Hotel opens seasonally. For the 2014 season it will open on Friday 4th April 2014 and close on Sunday 28th September. The reservations office is open throughout the winter during office hours and can be contacted on 01481 750000, or by E mailing email@example.com. The Holiday Cottages do remain open during the winter, and can be contacted by calling 01481 750000 or E mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holiday Cottage 3 night break
from £240 per cottage
Tue 09 Sep 2014
- Sun 14 Sep 2014
Enjoy some interesting, new and refreshing beers, ales and ciders at the second of 2014's festival at the Mermaid Tavern
Fri 17 Oct 2014
- Sun 19 Oct 2014
A wonderfully relaxing retreat in the most relaxing place!
Sat 16 Aug 2014
- Sat 16 Aug 2014
Just under 3 miles around much of the Island