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The White House Guest House
Williton, Somerset, England
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About The White House Guest House
Located in the bustling village of Williton, The White House is a Grade ll listed Georgian townhouse, nestling between the Quantocks, Exmoor and the West Somerset coast.
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Random England fact:
After the author H G Wells died in London in 1946, his sons decided to spread his ashes between Dorset and the Isle of Wight. Leaving Poole harbour, the Channel was very choppy bobbing their hired boat, The Diedre, about. They abandoned their original idea, and when abeam Old Harry rock near Swanage, spread his ashes to the wind there instead.
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