- Very Good
- 4 guest reviews
"Comfortable clean pub with decent evening meal and an excellent full-english breakfast. On the southern edge of Exmoor with various tourist..."
"Will definitely visit again...."
"All 4 of us really enjoyed our stay at the anchor arms as a stop of on our way to perranporth . Was a bit worried about stopping here after..."
About the hotel
The Anchor Inn is a rural riverside pub and inn with six letting bedrooms overlooking beautiful surroundings shaped by the river Exe. Exebridge is situated on the southern tip of Exmoor near the village of Dulverton. The lower bar at the front of the inn once entertained the celebrated English novelist R.
D. Blackmore in the 19th century and features in his classic Lorna Doone. Overlooking the riverside garden is our upper bar and dining room; serving home made food which takes advantage of Somerset and Devonshire's excellent local produce. Meals are freshly prepared to order and cooked over charcoal to give extra flavour. We also welcome well-behaved dogs. We have six letting bedrooms available to cater for a variety of requirements, from families to individuals. All stays include a cooked Exmoor breakfast.
Showing Wednesday 7 October 2015 to Thursday 8 October 2015Change Search
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Pleasant pub in rural location by river
Comfortable clean pub with decent evening meal and an excellent full-english breakfast.
On the southern edge of Exmoor with various tourist points within driving distance. The hotel sits on a pleasant site beside the road and the river Exe, with a grassed area down to the river with picnic tables which (with the right weather) would be delightful.