Update July 19th 2021…
As restrictions are being eased from today, we wanted to assure all customers that we will still have measures in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit to The White House.
Face coverings are no longer required, however, staff will continue to wear theirs and if you feel more comfortable, please also feel free to wear yours.
Hand sanitising stations will remain available throughout the restaurant.
Tables will still be spaced out with plenty of room between you and the next table.
Table service will remain to enable you to relax and enjoy your visit without needing to get up and order drinks or food etc. However, if you’re just popping in for a quick drink, or you’d like pay as you leave, you will now be able to go to the bar to do so.
We will be keeping the restaurant well ventilated (especially in this lovely weather!)
Bookings of over 6 will now be fine. There is no need to book for a table of 5 or less, however if you would feel more comfortable please just ring the pub.
Finally track and trace details will no longer be required for every customer, however the QR code will remain in place for those wanting to use it.
We can’t thank everyone enough for supporting us through these difficult times and hope to see everyone back soon!
The White House Team
Please ring us on 01706378456 if you would like to book a table for a party of 5 or more. If there are less than 5 of you dining there is no need to book! However given the current situation, if you feel more comfortable booking, please just ring us. Come up anytime during the below hours and we will show you to a table.
We serve food from 12-2pm and 5.30-8.30pm Monday- Thursday;
12-2 and 5.30-9pm Friday and Saturday and 12pm-8.30pm on Sundays.
Please note, we cannot save specific tables or areas; table allocations depend on the number of people dining and current social distancing measures.
The White House stands like a land mark high on the Pennine hills, with panoramic views of the surrounding moors and Hollingworth Lake far below.
The old coaching house dates from 1671 and is situated 1,300 feet above sea level. The Coach and Horses (the original name) is where “the young bloods of Littleborough having guarded the mail coach from highway men would seek recompense for their labours with vigorous applications to strong liquors”The famous Pennine way passes this hostelry which is featured in the Good Pub Guide and CAMRA good beer guide.
Private Parties Welcome
Children welcome until 9pm
Serving Theakston’s bitter plus other guest beers
Bottled lagers from around the world
Guide dogs only