The White House is located at 1 Grove Rd, Bladon, Woodstock OX20 1RQ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The White House and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Mark Stitson

1 Google Rating

Went for lunch. The waitress kept forgetting parts of the order. The meat dishes were dry and over c

1/ 5

Went for lunch. The waitress kept forgetting parts of the order. The meat dishes were dry and over cooked. The butternut squash risotto looked and tasted more like boiled rice with very little butternut squash. The portions were small and gourmet restaurant like but the quality was not.

Jeanne Coleman

5 Google Rating

Lovely helpful staff and food was perfect, not an large menu but very good

5/ 5

Lovely helpful staff and food was perfect, not an large menu but very good

Angela Ray

2 Google Rating

No atmosphere, some staff seemed under trained and overwhelmed. Waited about 20 minutes to order a g

2/ 5

No atmosphere, some staff seemed under trained and overwhelmed. Waited about 20 minutes to order a glass of wine and the place was 1/2 empty, thank goodness the place wasn't packed. Only good point was the village is pretty and one younger member of staff was quite good. Should have listened to locals and stayed away

Geoff Scoynes

5 Google Rating

Really lovely pub with very friendly staff. Its only 5 or 6 minuets walk to Winston Churchills grav

5/ 5

Really lovely pub with very friendly staff. Its only 5 or 6 minuets walk to Winston Churchills grave. Having had a couple of drinks the lady behind the bar said we were very welcome to leave the car in the car park and walk up to the church. We will defiantly be going back.

Sam Brown

4 Google Rating

Great staff and location with a lovely beer garden. Great selection of beers on tap and the spirit s

4/ 5

Great staff and location with a lovely beer garden. Great selection of beers on tap and the spirit selection is top class. Only problem is its abit pricier than I am used to.

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  • Thursday06:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Friday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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