Called in to break our journey while driving through the valley and enjoyed the freshly brewed Americano with a good chunk of Chocolate Brownie. Good value as the cost of parking can be set against the food & drink bill.
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Came here on a sunny Sunday, during school holidays. Given its location, the time of year, and the lovely weather, my expectations were not high. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Food was excellent, with good portions and the staff were very pleasant and attentive (although...More
Went here a on Sunday 6/8/17 for Sunday lunch. What can I say food was hot and very tasty,my starter was very nice it was wild boar tarean with warm bread and a salad garnish,for the main course,roast lamb with all the trimmings cooked to...More
We are two meals here on the same day. Lunch was ok- average food but the number of wasps outside made it impossible to eat outside and indoors was v busy. Evening meal was delicious. Excellent food but incredibly slow so one needs patience. Didn't...More
We were staying at the Royal George and made the mistake of eating at the Anchor Inn, encouraged by reviews and its lovely position beside the abbey. The food was very disappointing and the wine was undrinkable (We watered the grass with it!). This is...More
I have eaten here on a number of occasions and it never fails to deliver what you want, when you want it, at a reasonable price and of a high standard. Lots of outdoor seating (water available for dogs). Dog friendly in the bar (full...More
Quite a nice pub, obviously caters for the visitors to the nearby Abbey, indeed you can get the car parking fee back from the Anchor against your bar bill if it comes to more than £3. There is plenty of outdoor seating and the Pub...More