Occupying the ground floor only, this unit has previously been a variety of restaurants but began life as a bank. In fact it is one of the many former banks in Inverness to currently house a licenced premise.
Some remnants of this time are still visible within The White House including the red brickwork seen above the "raised platform" in the centre of the room. Mixed opinions are that this area was once "The Vault" of the bank, that it had previously been office space, or that it was simply part of the banks' interior design. There is also a curve to the sandstone blocks above the bricks which suggests a former ceiling (?)
In the White House the interior is one of modernity and cleanliness while retaining the aged, and timely feel of the building. A marriage of wooden furniture and bar, with the original stonework, makes for a warm, welcoming atmosphere. LED lighting, fantastically clean and modern bathroom facilities, and a first class culinary experience match that feel with the comforting knowledge that The White House is at the forefront of 21st century hospitality.