The White House is a 16th century pub set in the beautiful village of Bladon. Home to Sir Winston Churchill and the great man even learnt how to drink properly in this very pub! This delightful and cosy pub has some rare and beautiful pictures of Sir Winston so plenty to gaze at whilst enjoying a beer or a bite to eat. On offer is great home-made pub food made to order by Kevin McEneaney (Chef Patron). The menu has plenty on it for everyone to enjoy, though the chef likes to change and tweak the dishes with the seasons to ensure that there is always something new and delicious. There is also a great play area for children and a fantastic outside seating area, perfect for a relaxed time watching the world go by….
by Lorraine on 11 Nov 2018
Fantastic food and the staff were attentive without being over bearing
by Social Conversations by Emma on 29 Oct 2018
Great Sunday Roast Dinner, for our birthday celebrations. Everyone enjoyed our meal, so many clean plates at the end of it. Will definitely be returning another time.
by Carl on 11 Oct 2018
Great place. Excellent food. Highly recommend.
by Zo28 on 29 Sep 2018
We visited on 28/09/18 for dinner and had lovely food and had a lovely waitress - thank you!
by Disappointed Customer on 23 Sep 2018
We arrived at the White House at 7.20pm last night. The place was in darkness and locked. Our friends arrived a few minutes later and my husband went to the entrance doors to see whether a notice had been posted on the building to inform customers why the pub was shut. After waiting until 7.30pm we realised that no-one was coming to open up the pub, so we would have to find somewhere else to eat. This was extremely inconvenient as we then spent a while travelling to other places to find somewhere that could accommodate us. I was very embarrassed about this situation as I was the person who had booked it. Are you able to let me know the reason for the pub being shut? This is the first time anything like this has happened to me. In these days of email communication I would have thought that the decent thing to do would have been to let people know if there was a problem.