Everton

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The friendly village of Everton is a great base to explore the magnificent, ancient New Forest and also the nearby stunning South Coast.

About Everton

Everton is a great base to explore the coastline and New Forest. This is a friendly village with events taking place throughout the year, including a week-long village festival in June.  Those in the know come to Everton to visit The Crown Inn - a fabulous pub, serving fantastic food! For daytime snacks and meals there’s Camellias Restaurant at Everton Nurseries.

Everything you’ll need for your holiday is on your doorstep in this village. Everton has a post office and well-stocked convenience store. Larger stores can be found four miles away in the Georgian marine town of Lymington. Noteworthy restaurants close by can be found in the seaside village of Milford on Sea, just one mile away. There, you’ll find two marvellous restaurants – La Perle and Verveine Fishmarket and Restaurant, both of which win rave reviews.

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Braxton Gardens
(Less than a mile)

A family run business showcasing the most exquisite gardens, Braxton Gardens is close to the sea and is a chance to relax outside and take in a spot of horticulture as well as having a cup of tea in their conservatory and entirely charming tea room.  Cream tea and a stroll around the garden - isn’t that what holidays were made for?

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More Than a Tour
(Less than a mile)

Founded by people who are passionate about the beauty and preservation of the New Forest and surrounding area, More Than a Tour brings you a range of all inclusive New Forest tours, designed to show you around just as they would a friend.  Walk, kayak and explore on a tailor made trip whether you’re looking for adrenaline, culture, history, or a mix of everything.

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Apple Court Gardens
(2 miles)

A beautiful formal garden created more than 30 years ago, in the abandoned, walled kitchen garden of Yeatton House.  Today it is a plant lovers paradise, packed with unusual and mature flowers, shrubs and trees from around the world.

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Flanders Riding Centre
(2 miles)

There are few ways as magic as horse riding to explore the Hampshire countryside, and Flanders Farm Riding Centre offers lessons and livery to those in the area, but in particular caters to children over the age of four, with a children’s club available on Saturday afternoons which proves particularly popular.

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Hordle Lakes Course Fishing
(2 miles)

A carp fishery set in 11 acres with seven individual spring fed lakes, Course Fishing at Hordle Lakes is a chance for all ages and abilities to enjoy a day of fishing.  With plenty of parking a short walk from the activity, fish for Bream, Tench, Perch, Rudd, Chub and Roach with huge bags being taken all year round.

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The Crown Inn
(Less than a mile)

The Crown is a lovely village pub with pretty, outdoor beer garden. Inside, it’s cosy with traditional wood beams, brasses, low ceilings, nooks and crannies. Service is welcoming, fast and friendly, and there’s a good selection of unusual wine, lagers and well-kept ales. Food here is absolutely delicious, consistently winning rave reviews from both locals and visitors. Dog friendly. 

The Crown Inn (T: 01590 642655) Everton SO41 0JJ 

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Good food and friendly, shame about opening hours still being limited and shutting early in the evening.

May 2017


The Royal Oak - Downton
(2 miles)

An attractive country pub, popular with locals and visitors who enjoy the friendly atmosphere and great food. The menu offers plenty of variation; dishes from the grill, pub classics and a daily specials board. The pub’s signature dish ‘Beer Can Chicken’ is well worth a try! Sunday carvery is hugely popular with locals, so booking is advised. There’s a small garden with play area that’ll keep children happy.

The Royal Oak (T: 01590 718104) Downton, SO41 0LA

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Gordleton Mill
(2 miles)

A smart and stylish riverside restaurant surrounded by beautiful ‘Art Gardens’ full of stunning flowers, sculptures and art exhibits.  Take a stroll through the gardens then sit down and enjoy a menu brimming with beautifully presented seasonal local produce, along with dedicated gluten free, vegetarian and children’s menus.

Gordleton Mill (T: 01590 682219) Lymington SO41 6DJ

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Really nice place, gardens are good fun with the kids and something different that's free... meal was really nice, servers really friendly, although we did have to chase a couple of things, thoroughly enjoyable lunch

September 2017


The Red Lion - Milford on Sea
(2 miles)

A former 18th Century coaching inn full of character and friendly atmosphere. There’s a large and very pretty beer garden, children’s play area and separate games room. For those who enjoy a good pint of real ale, there are up to four to choose from, alongside a good selection of wines and beverages. Daily specials enhance the popular classic pub bar menu. Dogs welcome.

The Red Lion (T: 01590 642236) 32 High Street, Milford on sea, SO41 0QD 

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We visited The Red Lion twice and found it to be a welcoming traditional pub with quick and efficient service and a nice cosy atmosphere.

November 2017


La Perle
(2 miles)

An award winning, fine dining restaurant run by Head Chef Sam Hughes, of Professional Masterchef fame.  After honing his skills in the kitchens of Kensington Palace, aswell as under Raymond Blanc and Mark Broadbent, Sam came back to his Hampshire roots and opened La Perle.  Here you can expect some exceptional food, beautifully presented with an exciting wine list to match. 

La Perle (T: 01590 643557) Milford on Sea SO41 0QD

 

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Wonderful three courses on French night.

August 2017


Milford on Sea
(2 miles)

A beautiful shingle beach with pretty painted beach huts, plenty of parking, and excellent coastal walks along Hurst spit to Hurst Castle with clear views of the Isle of Wight and needles. The superb Raft Rocks Restaurant is worth a visit with its Art deco style and roof terrace. You can also walk across the wildlife marshes to Keyhaven harbour and (in season) take the boat to Hurst Castle or the Isle of Wight.

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Lovely village, plenty of shops and places to eat - no post office though.

June 2017


Fantastic sea location with goods pubs, shops etc

November 2017


Great for a dog walk along the spit to Hurst Castle. Needles Eye cafe is a welcome break, quite good food but very busy and a bit basic.

December 2017


Barton on Sea
(4 miles)

A stony beach with sandy areas as the tide goes out, and a great spot to do some fossil hunting. The cliffs are subject to considerable coastal erosion and at times parts of the beach can be cordoned off. The Beachcomber Café on the cliff top is one of the most popular cafés in the region. Plenty of parking in car parks along the cliff top as well as on-road parking.

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Highcliffe Beach
(5 miles)

A picturesque, tree-lined beach of shingle, and sand at low tide. Good facilities on the cliff top including an excellent tea room, award winning public toilets, baby change and a children’s play area in the Castle gardens. Plenty of parking, but there is no disabled access and quite a few steps to get down to the beach. Lifeguard cover from July to Sept. No dogs allowed.

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Lovely clean sandy beach and a really i would highly recommend this spot for your car to break down takes the ouch out of waiting for the recovery truck

April 2017


Mudeford Sandbank
(7 miles)

This is one of the most scenic of New Forest beaches. Lined with some of the most picturesque and expensive beach huts in the country! There’s no parking next to the beach, as it’s a traffic-free zone, but there’s pay and display parking at Hengistbury Head from where you can catch a little train to the sandbank, and Mudeford Quay which runs a small ferry (5 mins) over to the sandbank. Can also be reached on foot and by bicycle.

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Beautiful place, our favourite beach in south of England. It feels like an island, when you go over on the ferry and at times (off-season!) on sunny days it can feel like a little piece of Heaven, it's so peaceful and beautiful- bit of a sense of New England. There's a super little 'restaurant', the Beach Hut, which does great breakfasts, meals all day and some evenings. Also takeaway eg pizzas, you can eat on the beach. Very simple surroundings, with a sheltered veranda that can be uncovered in fine weather, and amazing views. Quite pricey and often very busy (and you are best to ring and check opening times and book since often weather and ferry-dependant) but the quality of the food and those stunning views make it more than worthwhile!

March 2018


Lepe Beach
(11 miles)

Some of the best views of the Solent can be enjoyed from over a mile of beach and pine fringed cliffs. Historic D-Day remains, wildflower meadows and children's play area. Beach front car park.

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