The characterful village of Everton lies on the southern edge of the New Forest National Park, famous for its ancient woods and open heathlands. The origins of the village’s name can be found in 14th century records, where it was referred to as Yveltona. The community is served by a local shop, a social club, an abundant garden nursery, a handsome church, and a quintessential country pub, The Crown. Everton is only a short drive from the popular port town of Lymington, on Hampshire’s Solent coast, and two miles north of Milford-on-Sea.
The delightful 300 year old, 3 bedroomed Fyfield Cottage (sleeps 5) is bursting with character and charm, and well positioned for a peaceful New Forest break in the quiet village of Everton, just two miles from the coast.