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Hotels in Williton

The White House
11 Long Street
Williton
Somerset

TA4 4QW | View map
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The White House is a beautiful, Grade II listed, Georgian townhouse, which has been lovingly refurbished to a very high standard, achieving AA 4 stars. We are a friendly and relaxed, family run, guest house and we happily accept children and pets. All our en-suite rooms have a beverage tray, colour television, hairdryer and very comfortable beds. We offer super-kings, doubles, twins, family suites and single occupancy with rates starting at 39 pp. including a beautifully cooked full English breakfast using only local produce. WiFi available

We are easily found on the A39, in the bustling village of Williton. Nestling between the Quantock Hills, Exmoor and the stunning West Somerset Coastline we are perfectly positioned for exploring this amazing area and we also have a station for the West Somerset Steam Railway at the end of the road!

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars

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Double: From 39
Twin: From 39
Single: 39
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