If you are not a writer yet, you will become a writer here. The White House welcomes you for both long- and short-term stays in the quiet winter month when the island is almost as unspoiled as it was in the days of the Durrells.
In his book Division upon Greek Ground Lawrence Durrell beautifully writes about The White House. “The rooms look lovely and gracious with their white-washed walls, and the few bright paintings and books. The windows give directly on the sea, so that its perpetual sighing is the rhythm of our work and our sleeping”.
Many of our guests arrive here inspired by the words of Lawrence Durrell. They love the opportunity to live in a property where the author spent some of his most creative years and that little has changed about this special place.
So, be our guest in the winter month from November to April and you will find genuine Corfiot hospitality by all our family who still lives on the middle floor of The White House – in third generation already!
A car is included in all our winter stays to explore the island to its fullest.