White House8 High Street
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Situated by the river Wey across the old town bridge from the High Street the White House was converted to a pub from a drab office block in the 1990s and in 2015 underwent a substantial makeover. The main bar area is “shabby chic” with wooden floors and large wooden tables many of which are high ones with stools. This leads to an area more suitable for dining, with traditional tables and seating. Glass folding doors lead to the exterior by the river where a large garden and patio area will be found. Upstairs is the River Lounge which seats 20 or more and can be hired for private functions. This room has its own outside patio area. The White House is close to the station and buses, and there is a car park opposite available from 6pm and at weekends. Other parking is within five minutes’ walk. Being a Fuller's managed house only beers sold under the Fuller's and Gales brands are available. The two changing beers are from these selections. Bottle conditioned 1845 and Vintage Ale are also sold. This is a good pub if you need to accommodate a non beer drinker as the selection of wines and spirits is much better than in most pubs. Food is available all day from noon, and children and dogs are welcome.