Unique accommodation in a family home at the very edge of the sea. Recently built within the ruins of an 18th century tacksmans house, the White House is the working farmhouse on Grishipol Farm. It was designed by architects WTArchitecture and completed in July 2010.
The White House was visited by Boswell and Johnson in October 1773 but was abandoned in the early 1800s. The contemporary home sits within the ruin, retaining much of the house's familiar character- and the distinctive crack in the gable end - while providing a warm, modern home with spectacular views.
Farm activity holidays available all year round. See website for more details.