One of my favourite places for lunch,great surroundings.tasty and beautifully presented food and nice staff and all for a reasonable price.Whats not to like?
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Whilst working local I stayed at the anchor for a few nights with my work colleague and on my return visit with my son. All of our accommodation was faultless. The rooms were clean and warm. The views from some were stunning. Looking straight out...More
Visited here as a late valentines meal. We had the Camembert to start (but shared it), I had the venison for a main and wow! Was amazing, so tasteful and cooked to perfection. My partner had the lamb, and that was also amazing, very succulent...More
One of the very few eateries that serve 'proper food' as, opposed to the usual fare of fast or short order. Delicious!
We had a very enjoyable lunch here during some cold weather. Starters were good, smoked salmon a little small - but beautifully presented, soup far more warming and enjoyable. Mains of beef shin were faultless: fall off the bone tender meat with a beautiful accompaniment,...More
I had dinner here with friends at their recommendation. The inn is in the middle of nowhere and I would not have known about it had my friends not visited before. I was blown away by the standard of the food. Everything was brilliantly cooked...More
We enjoyed very good meals using the 3 course luncheon menu. There was a good choice including interesting vegetarian choices. The decor was pleasant and the service friendly and helpful. It was not quite warm enough in the restaurant area we sat but other than...More
Not normally ones to write reviews, however, on this occasion I felt it was nessecary. My friends and I chose this restaurant as we were sick of going to the same 'chain' restaurant and wanted something warm and comforting in comparison to the deary British...More