If you are travelling north from the Cape to Namibia or the other way round, you will be hard pressed to find anywhere to break the journey. The White House guest farm really is a friendly and warm stop over that restores body and mind from the long drive. Not only is the history of the place fascinating (we were shown the little museum and given a lovely tour by Kinna de Wet's son) but nothing is too much trouble, dinner arriving to your room from 3 kms away on time and delicious ! We stayed in the side room of the White House itself. It is a compact small room but has everything - you can even cook your own meal in it - including aircon for the heat of the summer. A family with young children were in the main house (as opposed to the balance of the accommodation which is in little cottages) on the other side of the wall through which or over which we could hear everything, so advice would be, unless you are taking the whole house (four rooms) request a cottage, which is why we have to give 3 stars for sleep quality as - although it was not deliberate - we were kept awake by the neighbours. It's not five star but is certainly correct for what it is and terrific value for money. We'd certainly stay there again if the occasion arose.
Lovely walk up on to the koppie and around the farm to stretch weary limbs.