Located just 8 minutes’ drive from the city of St. Asaph, the White House features free parking on-site, free Wi-Fi access, a bar and a restaurant. Set in the Vale of Clwyd, it is surrounded by picturesque countryside views. The individually designed rooms at the family-run White House each include an private bathroom with complimentary toiletries, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a work desk. Some of the rooms also benefit from a view of the vale. With an emphasis on fine dining and family favorites, the restaurant serves a variety of dishes using fresh, local ingredients. In the afternoon, teas, cakes and sandwiches are also available to guests. After a day of exploring, guests can enjoy a drink in the bar. It offers a range of ales, spirits, liqueurs and soft drinks. Alternatively, there is also a coffee bar. From the hotel, Bodelwyddan Castle and Kinmel Park Golf are an 8-minute journey in the car. The A55 main road is also nearby.
in the county of Denbighshire(5.4 miles, 8.7 km, direction NW)
This resort is dominated by a golden sandy beach running from the mouth of the River Clwyd to Prestatyn, making it a perfect summer place for families to enjoy seaside fun, sunbathing and swimming...
in the county of Merseyside(11.5 miles, 18.5 km, direction NE)
The town lies between Heswall and Hoylake, it has a nice sandy beach, a beautiful marine lake and some lovely preserved Victorian properties...
in the county of Merseyside(13.1 miles, 21.1 km, direction E)
Heswall, although situated on the banks of the River Dee remains very much part of Merseyside. It is fortunate to occupy a spacious area fringed by green wooded countryside, and is close to sands commencing at near-by Thurstaston...
in the county of Merseyside(15.4 miles, 24.8 km, direction E)
The Wirral Peninsula is an area of Merseyside approximately 60 square miles (160 square Km) known as 'The Wirral'..
in the county of Gwynedd(18.2 miles, 29.2 km, direction W)
in the county of Merseyside(18.3 miles, 29.5 km, direction E)
The centre-piece of the village is the Lady Lever Art Gallery and Museum, this was built as a memorial to Lady Lever and was opened in 1922...
in the county of Merseyside(18.5 miles, 29.8 km, direction NE)
New Brighton in the Wiirral may not be quite what the traditional Brighton of the South of England is, with its extravaganza of a Royal Pavilion, but what it does have is well worth sampling...
This fascinating art gallery was built by the Ist Viscount Leverhulme, the great benefactor who founded the Lever empire and.....
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