Anchor Inn Newsletter


Please read the below to ensure we keep within the government guidelines.


For customers looking to join us for lunch, please call or email us to reserve your table 


the boats are now closed for the rest of the year, they will be open again at Easter  2021


We are happy to confirm that we are taking bookings for weddings and events for 2022. Please contact our events team for more information @

[email protected] 

Winter Menus 


Now that Winter is here, our menu will start to change on a daily basis, this means that we will be unable to send copies out in advance to customers. If you have any questions on dietary requirements or allergies , contact us for more information 

Ordering food and drinks

February 14, 2019

Due to the new legislation in place we shall be operating by table service and bookings only. 

When arriving at the pub please ensure you speak to a member of staff regarding your booking and we will seat you appropriately.

Any arrivals later than 15 minutes from your booking time will be forfeited.

We will be operating on timeslots: 11:30 - 13:30- 15:30

Masks are mandatory when moving around the pub, once seated these can therefore be removed.

Facebook/Instagram Check-in


Please check in to the pub when arriving - this will allow yourself to be added to our record that you have attended and is the safest way to do so.

If you are unable to check in via these methods, pleas ensure you sign our visitors log on arrival.



Local Camping

January 15, 2019

For any camping enquiries please contact the Boathouse Farm Campsite via email at [email protected]

https://boathousefarm.co.uk/


Weather

February 14, 2019

now that Summer is over and we get in to autumn/ winter , our opening times will start to change . For early and mid week customers please call or email us to check opening times . We will be open as usual over the weekends, operating three sittings at 11:30 - 1:30 and 3:30. Bookings recommended . 

Local Wildlife

March 15, 2019

During Lock down we were fortunate enough to watch the wildlife in the area thrive. 

Please respect this and and ensure you collect your rubbish.