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This place is rustic in appearance. As you walk into the bar the ceilings are low but walk through to the restaurant and the whole place opens up
The food is really incredible and worthy of being in a five star restaurant
The scotch eggs...More
Visited for lunch recently with my wife, having been here for dinner many times. Love the contrast between the snug and very old beamed bar area to the more open and spacious restaurant to the garden area with open views of the country. Food is...More
The meal was lovely and could not fault it really, however felt a bit let down by the atmosphere. There were some people eating outside and some inside. Outside needed a more homely feel e.g. cushions, flowers on table, maybe some music and definitely more...More
Stayed overnight while on business locally. Very hot evening, so ate outside with business colleagues. Food very good but service very patchy and our drinks took ages to arrive, as did the opportunity to order and subsequent drinks ordered were forgotten for a while. The...More
Fabulous quaint quirky Inn. Lots of interesting pictures & lovely traditional decor. We stayed for 2 nights playing golf in the area and had a fabulous stay at the Anchor. We ate in for 2 evenings and had a marvellous gourmet dinner both nights. Staff...More
$124 - $233 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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