Eversley village lies in the area straddling Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey; known locally as The Three Counties. It was the home of the Victorian writer and scholar the Reverend Charles Kingsley who in the nineteenth century wrote several childrens' books including The Water Babies and Westward Ho!
Tom Sweep is the young boy who in The Water Babies escapes his master, Mr Grimes, to find peace and enlightenment with the Water-babies he meets under the waves.
The Kingsley was built in the late 1800's for Charles' sister, Georgina Rose Kingsley. Her garden was a talking point in the neighbourhood - for its fine roses!
Located between the M4 and M3 motorways, The Kingsley at Eversley is an ideal base during your stay in the area. Peaceful yet convenient for Camberley, Farnborough, Aldershot, Reading, Basingstoke and Fleet. Heathrow airport is 30 minutes drive and trains from nearby Blackwater and Fleet connect with Gatwick, central London (Waterloo) and Southampton.
- Three Counties; Berkshire, Hampahire, Surrey
|Address||Reading Road Eversley Centre|
|Phone Number||079 7376 7233|