10 beautifully appointed rooms are spread over four floors at The White House. Each one has similar amenities including complimentary water, tea and coffee facilities (with a Kit Kat), alarm clock radio and television, with a feature wall covered in designer wallpaper of various brands. All the floors are fitted with sea grass which feels nice underfoot and never seems to stain. The beds are dressed in soft cotton sheets and have your folded towels ready at their foot, with a 'do not disturb' heart placed on top. There are two single rooms, which, while small, are still big enough to move around in and have everything you need for a short stay, apart, perhaps, from a telephone. The shower and sink are built within the room, while the toilet is separate, and it will be no surprise that The White Company provide the toiletries. The four small doubles are again, not huge, but certainly sufficiently spacious for a break of a few days. One of them has a warm red floral patterned wallpaper from Romo with matching cushions on the bed and bedside lamps along the same colour scheme. There is a short desk on which are the tea and coffee facilities and above which, on a stand, is the regular television. The separate bathroom has a shower and is tiled simply with beige rectangles. There are three feature rooms too which boast leather bed frames, flatscreen televisions and extra space in both the room and bathroom, while at the top of the pile is the suite with a separate living space featuring a sofa, coffee table and rug and long wooden sideboard upon which is a turquoise vase, which breaks nicely the brown tones of the room, and above which is a white painted mirror. It also boasts an iPod docking station and a balcony with garden furniture. None of the rooms have air conditioning but fans can be provided if necessary, as can iron and ironing boards and a place to keep valuables.