Can only speak of the food, although having looked at room 1, would definitely like to stay at the Anchor. However, living in Burnham would make this a little pointless. Luckily not pointless to eat there. On a quiet Sunday evening we received a warm and friendly welcome. The portions were very generous and very tasty. In fact the lasagne, which was a well balanced mix of mince, cheese and tomato was, if anything too large! The gammon came with two well cooked eggs and delicious chips. As the Anchor is within easy walking distance for us and on the waterfront, we will definitely be making this one of our regular haunts. Oh and apparently the beer was excellent.
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