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The Kingsley at Eversley and The Kingsley Business and Fine Dining Club are operated by Storm Petrel Limited. A company  registered  in England and Wales,

Company number  6380995. VAT number GB171439801

Our Company Registered address: The Keys, Reading Road, Eversley, Hampshire, RG27 0NB, United Kingdom

Telephone:

+44 1189 076322    Bookings

+44 1189 076450 /180    Administration (not bookings)

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Rated by 55 guests
4.7 / 5
 
 
The Kingsley at Eversley

 

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9.6 Rated by guests
For Royal Ascot 2018
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Keep an eye out for our pintxo (bar snack) open days and availability in the bar

Wines  - from Castillo de Monjardin and Beronia . Fine Crianzas and Reservas , Verdejo and Chardonnay

Beers from Siren Craft  

 

Ciders - The Good Cider from San Sebastian   *LAUNCH* 16 April  Come to the inauguration (see facebook for details)

 


 

 BREAKFAST


This is a wonderful way to start the day. Greeted by our friendly and efficient staff you can choose from either a Continental Breakfast or a Full English Breakfast, all sourced locally.  Served from 7 AM
 
English Breakfast Menu
 
Please help yourself to:-
Fruit Juice, Cereal, Dried Fruit and Yoghurt from our buffet station
 
Your order will be taken for tea, freshly ground coffee & toast along with your breakfast selection
 
Breakfast Options:-
 
Porridge served with Cream and Brown Sugar
 
Half a Grapefruit  
 
Bacon, Egg of Your Choice,  Sausage,  Mushrooms, Tomato,Tavistock Black Pudding,  
 

Poached * Eggs, Scrambled *Eggs or Baked Beans on Toast
 Boiled *Eggs with Soldiers
 
Omelette of your Choice ~ Bacon, Mushroom or Cheese
 
 
Continental Breakfast Menu
 
Please help yourself to:-
Fruit Juice, Cereal, Dried, Fresh Fruit and Yoghurt from our buffet station
 
Your order will be taken for tea, freshly ground coffee & toast, followed by:-
 
A basket of mixed pastries, baked to order and served to your table:
(Please allow 15 minutes)
 
All Butter Croissant
 Cinnamon Swirl
 Cranberry Twist
 Chocolate Twist
 Pain a la Creme


 

TV

Lots of TV  channels and movies to choose from. Navigate using <> buttons and select with OK

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 TAXIbb

BB Taxis 01276 600767 

Based close to The Kingsley, B&B taxis cover a large area including Eversley, Yateley, Sandhurst, Farnborough and Camberley

BB Taxis offer an executive shuttle service to and from  Heathrow. Their fleet include Executive and six-place vehicles at reasonable prices. A typical fare is £45 plus VAT plus parking fees. They are well known to us and recommended

"Had an amazing evening at the Kingsley with Jauma the chef serving a beautiful selection of pintxos (tapas from the Basque region) and superb Spanish Rioja. He also served a main dish of pork (I normally detest pork but this was divine!) which was beautifully cooked and served with a delicious potato dish." - Emma Tripadvisor

 Sign up for our residential Basque cooking classes and wine-tasting at the Kingsley at Eversley - a highly rated bijou hotel just 40mins from London 

Your teacher is Jauma Carrera, a highly experienced chef from San Sebastian, the new culinary centre of Europe which has more Michelin stars for its population than any city in the world.

Cook-eat-drink & enjoy this gastronomic experience from the Basque Country and relax in our luxury hotel for a perfect weekend experience.

                        Read the course notes here

Week-end courses  April 16 & 17 May 14 & 15
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Jauma Carrera 

The two-day residential course will introduce you in day one to the techniques of preparing Pintxos (Basque tapas) and the second day classic Basque dishes.
Call 01189 076322 to reserve your place. The cost of the course is £200 for two days or £100 for a single day ( room extra)
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BB Taxis 01276 600767 

Based close to The Kingsley, they cover a large area including Eversley, Yateley, Sandhurst, Farnborough and Camberley

BB Taxis offer an executive shuttle service to and from  Heathrow. Their fleet include Executive and six-place vehicles at reasonable prices. A typical fare is £45 plus VAT plus parking fees. They are well known to us and recommended 

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Rated as 'superb' by Booking.com

Shane
 SurreyUnited Kingdom
30 October 2013

the staff are fantastic, they welcome you into their home with open arms, warm and friendly they certainly are and the whole place has such a lovely atmosphere. Instead of being in a B & B you feel as if your seeing old friends.

 

Charles Kingsley 200

Introduction
The Charles Kingsley 200 Festival
takes place on 14-15 June 2019 in Eversley, Hampshire
It marks the 200th anniversary of his birth
This ticketed event features a wide range of
music, talks, drama, presentations and activities
The festival opens to the public Friday, 14 June at noon
4pm June 12 2018 Press and public launch of the festival

Apply here

Friday-14 June - page1
12.00pm Gates open
12.30pm Grand Pavilion
Talk: Visitors to Eversley

Kingsley's fame drew some very special visitors to Eversley. None travelled farther than Emma, Queen of the Sandwich Islands (known today as Hawaii). Hear more about this extraordinary woman, as well as other Victorian celebrities who beat a path to the Rectory door, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Dur: 45mins Ticketed but Free
Sponsor this event

Show: The Water-Babies
1pm The puppet theatre

The String Theatre
A child-friendly marionette show based on Kingsley's much-loved fable of evolution, The Water-Babies, produced by The String Theatre: a London-based touring company who have brought their very own stage, complete with bridge.
Dur: 60mins with interval Tickets £5 Buy

Friday-14-June- page2
Rural idyll? Village life as it really was.

Having campaigned to improve the conditions of London's slums, Kingsley was equally keen to address the squalor lurking in the Hampshire village he called home. This hands-on exhibition from the Museum of English Rural Life shows what life in Victorian Eversley was really like for its poorer residents.
The Museum of Rural Life

Display: School Pageant
3pm Pageant
All day: The Mount

The Historical Pageant Project with children from Charles Kingsley Primary School
Children from the school parade in the grounds displaying the costumes and characters they have learned from the Historical Pageant Project. Pageants reveal the stories that communities and institutions tell about themselves through historical pageantry, an immensely popular and all too often overlooked way in which many people engaged with their pasts.
Dur: 30mins
Supported by the Historical Pageant Project

Friday-14-June - page3
Talk: Love Me, Baby! Love God!

Star-crossed and surprisingly sensual, Charles and Fanny's courtship by letter allows us to revisit their most intimate fantasies about each other. Join historian Jonathan Conlin for a talk that exposes a side of the Victorians we rarely see, illustrated with costumed readings.
Given the adult nature of the content, parental discretion is advised.
Dur: 45mins Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Display: nine Tiger Moths
5pm Kingsley in the sky with diamonds
4pm Grand Pavilion

Tiger9 formation team
The Tiger9 team will create a large K in the skies over Eversley and surrounding areas. This is a reprise of the display of WW1 aircraft and joyrides that took place in the 1919 Eversley Pageant. The former name of the Tiger9 was the Diamond Nine.
Dur: 30mins
Sponsored

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Talk: Left Kingsley or Right Kingsley?
Display: Maypole dancing performed by local schools
7pm Maypole

Maypole dancers
A full height maypole offers the dancers the opportunity to weave elaborate patterns.
Dur: 30mins

The Rt. Hon. Frank Field MP and Daily Telegraph pundit Simon Heffer debate which side can claim Kingsley's legacy. Come along and join in the discussion, hosted by Denise Prentice.
Dur: 45mins Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

6pm Grand Pavilion
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Talk: Sex and the Church

Kingsley's embrace of sex as sacrament and his fierce attack on priestly celibacy make him a particularly interesting point of reference for the debates surrounding the church today. Join the Bishop of Buckingham, the Rt. Revd Dr Alan Wilson as we consider how faith and sexuality interact.

Dur: 45min Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Show: High kickers on The Mount
8pmThe Mount Stage
7pm Grand Pavilion

The Tiller Company
The troupe are descendants of the Tiller Company who performed in the 1919 Pageant. The link to Kingsley? None, neither then nor now - but great fun!
Dur: 20mins Admission free

Friday-14-june continued 6
Play:#realCharlesKingsley

This original production, specially commissioned for CK200, uses projection and today's arsenal of social media to take us inside Kingsley's mind. Watch as he juggles the many calls on his time and attention: Darwin, the US President, children, publishers...and his amorous wife Fanny. Who knew being a Great Victorian was so demanding!
Written by Peter Ormrod and Jon Conlin
Dur: 45min Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Concert: Andromeda
9.30pm The Mount Stage
8.30pm Grand Pavilion

Composed by Cyril Rootham. Conducted by Quintin Beer, Concert production Cantata Dramatica with the Yateley Choral Society
The evening highlight is a revival of this choral work complete with giant puppets and effects depicting the Andromeda myth
Dur: 60mins with interval Tickets Free with festival admission
Supported by Cantata Dramatica, Rootham Organisation

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Draft programme

Introduction
The Charles Kingsley 200 Festival
takes place on 14-15 June 2019 in Eversley, Hampshire
It marks the 200th anniversary of his birth
This ticketed event features a wide range of
music, talks, drama, presentations and activities
The festival opens to the public Friday, 14 June at noon
Saturday, 15 June. page1
11.15am Grand Pavilion
Walk: Madam How and Lady Why

Eversley Ramblers
A nature lovers' ramble following Kingsley's favourite walks around the vicinity. Following the paths trodden by the delightful Madam How and Lady Why with an informed guide commenting on the flora and fauna and things botanical.
A chance to get to know the countryside in detail.
Dur: 90mins Free with festival admission.

Show: The Water-Babies
12.30pm The puppet theatre

The String Theatre
is a London-based touring company that presents long string marionette productions in a custom-built stage with bridge. The production is inspired by Charles Kingsley's The Water-Babies. Dur: 60mins with interval
​Dur: 60mins with interval Tickets £5 Buy

11.00am Gates open
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12.00pm Kingsley in the Sky with diamonds
Display: Formation of 9 Tiger Moths

Tiger9 formation team
Second chance to see the Tiger9 team as they create a large K in the skies over Eversley and surrounding areas. This is a reprise of the display of WW1 aircraft and joyrides that took place in the 1919 Eversley Pageant
Dur: 30mins Free
Sponsored

12.30pm The Old Rectory
Walk: Tour of Kingsley's home

The Old Rectory
A rare opportunity to join a guided tour of Kingsley's home for several decades.
Gather at the Grand Pavillion for an introduction
Dur: 60mins Free with festival admission
Supported by the Sutherland family

Saturday 15 page4
Talk: 1919 and All That: The Edwardian Pageant

Paul Readman shares some of what his team of researchers learned on a recent project investigating the Edwardian fad for fancy-dress historical pageants. Accompanied by a small exhibition, this talk shows how these events reflected our ancestors' view of themselves and our nation's past.
Ticketed but free
Supported by the Historical Pageant Project

Display: School Pageant
3.00pm Grand Pavilion

Charles Kingsley Primary School
Children from the school parade in the grounds displaying the costumes and characters they have learned from the Historical Pageant Project. Pageants reveal the stories that communities and institutions tell about themselves through historical pageantry, an immensely popular and all too often overlooked way in which many people engaged with their pasts.
Dur: 30mins

3.45pm Pageant
Saturday 15 page5
Talk: Kingsley vs. Newman: An Epic Bout

Ivo Klaver, author of Apostle of the Flesh This epic battle of Christian creeds mesmerised observers at that time in a way that is hard to understand today.
Dur: 45mins Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Talk: The Fairy Tale of Science: Kingsley's 'Water-Babies'
5pm Grand Pavilion
4pm Grand Pavilion

Piers Hale
A leading academic and authority on Kingsley, Professor Hale talks about his latest book and delves into the hidden meanings contained in the Water-Babies.
Dur 45mins Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Saturday 15 June 7
Play:#realCharlesKingsley

This original production, specially commissioned for CK200, uses projection and today's arsenal of social media to take us inside Kingsley's mind. Watch as he juggles the many calls on his time and attention: Darwin, the US President, children, publishers...and his amorous wife Fanny. Who knew being a Great Victorian was so demanding!

Devised by Peter Ormrod and Jon Conlin
Dur: 45min. Ticketed £7 Buy
Support this event

Concert: Andromeda
9.30pm The Mount Stage
8.30pm Grand Pavilion

By Cyril Rootham. Conducted by Quintin Beer, Concert production Cantata Dramatica with the Yateley Choral Society and Orchestra
The evening highlight is a revival of this choral work performed for the first time in over one hundred years by eighty singers and a forty piece orchestra. Theatrical adornment from giant puppets representing the mythical protagonists and Nereids illuminated by lamps in the dusk light
Dur: 60mins with interva.l Free with festival entrance
Supported by the Arts Council

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Charles Kingsley 200 Festival

Introduction
The Charles Kingsley 200 Festival
takes place on 14-15 June 2019 in Eversley, Hampshire
It marks the 200th anniversary of his birth
This ticketed event features a wide range of
music, talks, drama, presentations and activities
The festival opens to the public Friday, 14 June at noon
4pm June 12 2018 Press and public launch of the festival

Apply here

Friday-14 June - page1
12.00pm Gates open
12.30pm Grand Pavilion
Talk: Visitors to Eversley

Kingsley's fame drew some very special visitors to Eversley. None travelled farther than Emma, Queen of the Sandwich Islands (known today as Hawaii). Hear more about this extraordinary woman, as well as other Victorian celebrities who beat a path to the Rectory door, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Dur: 45mins Ticketed but Free
Sponsor this event

Show: The Water-Babies
1pm The puppet theatre

The String Theatre
A child-friendly marionette show based on Kingsley's much-loved fable of evolution, The Water-Babies, produced by The String Theatre: a London-based touring company who have brought their very own stage, complete with bridge.
Dur: 60mins with interval Tickets £5 Buy

Friday-14-June- page2
Rural idyll? Village life as it really was.

Having campaigned to improve the conditions of London's slums, Kingsley was equally keen to address the squalor lurking in the Hampshire village he called home. This hands-on exhibition from the Museum of English Rural Life shows what life in Victorian Eversley was really like for its poorer residents.
The Museum of Rural Life

Display: School Pageant
3pm Pageant
All day: The Mount

The Historical Pageant Project with children from Charles Kingsley Primary School
Children from the school parade in the grounds displaying the costumes and characters they have learned from the Historical Pageant Project. Pageants reveal the stories that communities and institutions tell about themselves through historical pageantry, an immensely popular and all too often overlooked way in which many people engaged with their pasts.
Dur: 30mins
Supported by the Historical Pageant Project

Friday-14-June - page3
Talk: Love Me, Baby! Love God!

Star-crossed and surprisingly sensual, Charles and Fanny's courtship by letter allows us to revisit their most intimate fantasies about each other. Join historian Jonathan Conlin for a talk that exposes a side of the Victorians we rarely see, illustrated with costumed readings.
Given the adult nature of the content, parental discretion is advised.
Dur: 45mins Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Display: nine Tiger Moths
5pm Kingsley in the sky with diamonds
4pm Grand Pavilion

Tiger9 formation team
The Tiger9 team will create a large K in the skies over Eversley and surrounding areas. This is a reprise of the display of WW1 aircraft and joyrides that took place in the 1919 Eversley Pageant. The former name of the Tiger9 was the Diamond Nine.
Dur: 30mins
Sponsored

Friday-14- June page4
Talk: Left Kingsley or Right Kingsley?
Display: Maypole dancing performed by local schools
7pm Maypole

Maypole dancers
A full height maypole offers the dancers the opportunity to weave elaborate patterns.
Dur: 30mins

The Rt. Hon. Frank Field MP and Daily Telegraph pundit Simon Heffer debate which side can claim Kingsley's legacy. Come along and join in the discussion, hosted by Denise Prentice.
Dur: 45mins Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

6pm Grand Pavilion
Friday-14-june page5
Talk: Sex and the Church

Kingsley's embrace of sex as sacrament and his fierce attack on priestly celibacy make him a particularly interesting point of reference for the debates surrounding the church today. Join the Bishop of Buckingham, the Rt. Revd Dr Alan Wilson as we consider how faith and sexuality interact.

Dur: 45min Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Show: High kickers on The Mount
8pmThe Mount Stage
7pm Grand Pavilion

The Tiller Company
The troupe are descendants of the Tiller Company who performed in the 1919 Pageant. The link to Kingsley? None, neither then nor now - but great fun!
Dur: 20mins Admission free

Friday-14-june continued 6
Play:#realCharlesKingsley

This original production, specially commissioned for CK200, uses projection and today's arsenal of social media to take us inside Kingsley's mind. Watch as he juggles the many calls on his time and attention: Darwin, the US President, children, publishers...and his amorous wife Fanny. Who knew being a Great Victorian was so demanding!
Written by Peter Ormrod and Jon Conlin
Dur: 45min Tickets £7 Buy
Sponsor this event

Concert: Andromeda
9.30pm The Mount Stage
8.30pm Grand Pavilion

Composed by Cyril Rootham. Conducted by Quintin Beer, Concert production Cantata Dramatica with the Yateley Choral Society
The evening highlight is a revival of this choral work complete with giant puppets and effects depicting the Andromeda myth
Dur: 60mins with interval Tickets Free with festival admission
Supported by Cantata Dramatica, Rootham Organisation

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