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Whitehall is closed to the public from 10 April 2016 until the summer of 2017 to allow for a major refurbishment, which includes vital conservation and restoration works to the building and internal adaptations, along with a small extension for a...more
We had no great expectation that Whitehall would be as interesting as it is. We visited because it was close by the excellent Little Holland House (also run by the local council). I must say that Whitehall is a superbly managed little museum/house, full of...More
Recently reopened after renovation this 16th Century opens a door onto the history of Cheam. Altered over the centuries it reflects the change from a rural Surrey village to a suburb of Greater London though still maintains its local character.
Within the house the graphics...More
My friend and I visited Whitehall and were amazed how beautifully and sensitively it has been restored. So much to see that we spent two hours looking at the lovely artifacts including the Cheam pottery and reading the well set out information boards next to...More
Well the 2 days visit to Whitehall was excellent and well worth the visit, we both had a good time. The restorations was fantastic, the staff were very good and friendlley
with the food which was home made . It was well worth the money,...More
I visited Whitehall with my daughter who is confined to a wheelchair. The building has undergone an excellent restoration meaning that every part of the building apart from the loft is wheelchair accessible. Displays throughout the Whitehall will give you insight into the history of...More
Good food and reasonably priced and good service
Went with friends for afternoon lunch and s catch-up the service was really good and the prices were very reasonable, plus the drinks were not too expensive. Will definitely go there again