Been frequenting this boozer for the last 4 weeks. A very friendly real village pub feel. A good choice of ale and lagers. Looking forward to it reopening after the refurbishment.
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we stayed here 2 nights while rest of family stayed out doors camping it was a last minute booking we had a warm friendly welcome the rooms are basic but clean and have a good comfy bed for the price you pay and a good...More
I have lived in the village for 15 years, it was always a pokey dingy pub. It was refurbished an under new management but it's still just a pokey little pub with no atmosphere, unhelpful staff and lousy beer.
A pub with real history and character. Bar staff friendly and helpful, however went in on a Saturday lunchtime just for a drink, thought rather expensive for a glass of wine and a beer. Bar area refurbished, unfortunately with all the atmosphere of a dentists...More
Havent been in here for years but out on a walk & called in with friends. Lovely decor now, but we wont be coming again, wine the dearest we have ever had in a local pub,also we went to sit in the beer garden &...More
It's a Tripadvisor Mystery Story:- “We don't do food!” says kaymo 2013, while Oldhamman says “New chef and well worth a try”. When we were arranging to meet up at the Blue Anchor with a cheery group of fellow leaflet-droppers for the local MP, I...More
We found the Blue Anchor on trip advisor. Wanted to eat out Boxing day 2013 so drove up from Morecambe. Place definitely full of locals only. The pub might be quite nice and the beer wonderful but we didn't get to find out as they...More
We hadn't visited the Blue Anchor for a while and after our last disappointing visit we decided to visit for lunch. First impressions were that the whole pub was cleaner, fresher and had far friendlier staff. The cask ales were well kept and prices average....More
My daughter and I had a voucher to spend on food so we booked a table for 1.30 on Saturday. We were plesantly surprised at the interior which has recently undergone refurbishment - it was bright modern and cheerful as were the staff - very...More
WOW what can i say i walked in the newly refurbished Blue A nchor in Bolton-le sands after hearing so many good reports about it from various people and sure enough it did not disappoint they have wonderful coffee and cakes and the landlady and...More