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"The pub was comfortable, lovely log fires. Food was nice but service wasn't at all friendly. Based on service alone I will not return and could not recommend ..." More
"Good Points: Stunning location and standard of accommodation.
Bad Points: on arriving at the dining room breakfast staff advised it starts at 0900. not the 0730advised by the night staff. It ..." More
"The Golden Pot is a beautiful cosy pub, excellent food, a lovely choice of bar meals, proper home cooked food and alla carte!
Very friendly staff and the children were very ..." More
Eversley Reviews (3)
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Eversley is a small village in the Blackwater Valley in the North East of Hampshire, and is virtually the quintessential English village with its village pond, cricket green, local stores and pubs providing the local residents and visitors alike with the typical village amenities. The village has an interesting history, the Chequers pub is said to date back to the 1600’s whilst there are a number of large country houses in the area some of which are still privately owned but others have been tastefully converted to satisfy the demand for apartment living in this rural and convenient location.
He church here in Eversley is an interesting building, there is evidence that this location was a place of pagan worship well before the coming of Christianity, the church lies very much as it was built in the 18th century, off a country lane and surrounded by fields and trees – an idyllic and peaceful location. The church having a long association with the village’s most renowned resident, Charles Kingsley who was the Rector here for some 31 years and was responsible for founding the village school in the19th century. Charles Kingsley was also a notable author, naturalist and social reformer who wrote the novel Westward Ho which led to the founding of the town itself.
Eversley is truly one of those places that must be visited and if you find yourself in the area then take time out to pay it a visit and appreciate what it has to offer.
Pub and Bar
Toad & Stumps
Charles Kingsley’s Primary School
St Neots Preparatory School
Eversley Barn Antiques
Places to Stay near Eversley
Comprising of 2 venues: a traditional Georgian manor house and the Grange, a separate contemporary building with all modern comforts, this hotel provides a secluded and attractive location on the Hampshire/Berkshire ... More
Heckfield Place is a beautiful 18th Century country house resting in 65 acres of Georgian parkland with arboretum, gardens and two idyllic lakes. With 70 bedrooms, Heckfield Place offers you ... More
A family run business set in the idyllic village of Hartley Wintney, The Lamb Hotel and Agnello Italian restaurant, is a 17th Century coaching Inn with 15 bedrooms and original ... More
De Vere Venues Highfield Park
This elegant Queen Anne mansion is set in 35 acres of beautiful parkland on the Hampshire border. You will stay in the old stable block, it’s the perfect place to ... More
Welcome to the Ely, a traditional English country Hotel and Pub with beamed ceilings, cask-conditioned ales and friendly home from home atmosphere. Set in North East Hampshire and only a ... More
The Elvetham is a stunning 19th Century Victorian Mansion, steeped in history, set in 35 acres of immaculate gardens and grounds in Hampshire.
The Elvetham hotel has 70 bedrooms available on ... More
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The Mill House Hotel
The Millhouse Hotel and Restaurant at Swallowfield is a fine Georgian House which dates back to 1823 and was formerly the home of the 1st Duke of Wellington. It is set in beautiful landscaped ... More
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The Brook Waterloo Hotel is a stunning hotel which forms part of the Brook Hotel collection. This Victorian building built in 1860 has been modernised inside and outside to create an environment that is both ... More
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Dial House Hotel
Privately owned hotel. 19 bedrooms, restaurant & bar. All food freshly prepared by experienced chef, extensive a la carte menu.
Please note that The Brasserie is closed from Fri-Sun nights. A Bar ... More
Days Inn Fleet
Close to Windsor Castle and Legoland, with Thorpe Park and Chessington within easy reach, this modern building offers smart, accommodation in spacious and well-equipped bedrooms.
With a convenient location just off the ... More
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