"if you just rename the house Chequers, I expect that'd sort it"

Chequers in Buckinghamshire is the country residence of the Prime Minister of Great Britain.

Although there has been a house on the site since Medieval times, the present house dates from the sixteenth century. It has long had a role in British politics: it was used to detain Lady Mary Grey, the sister of the nine days' queen Lady Jane Grey. The estate was given to the nation for the use of the Prime Minister in 1920.