- Very Good
- 109 guest reviews
"Very noisy rooms when anyone walks in the corridor, its like they're walking in your room..."
"Old hotel Better if you just want to sleep...."
"The Anchor is an old pub/hotel which has lots of character. The room was small, but good value as a single. Everything was clean and tidy, b..."
"Quaint hotel set in old town square with bags of history. Very nice outlook and sister hotel just across the square on the river Thames. We..."
About the hotel
Nestled within the charming village of Shepperton, overlooking the Church Square, The Anchor Hotel exudes a warm and inviting glow. Rich in legend and history, this establishment was once a regular haunt for Dick Turpin. In fact, a pistol was once uncovered in the rafters bearing the chilling inscription ‘Dick’s Friend’! The Anchor Hotel also housed the beginnings of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor’s tempestuous affair.
Perhaps due to its colourful past or perhaps due to its resplendent decor and design, the hotel encapsulates a certain vivacity, a certain romance. The 29 en-suite bathrooms are classically furnished and adorned with an opulent decor. All are well-appointed and fitted with all modern comforts. Our hotel restaurant offers diners a cosy setting and hearty, traditional cuisine.
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- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Restaurant, Lounge Menu
- In room entertainment
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Private dining services
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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80% would recommend it to a friend
nice hotel /pub
lovely old public bar , nice food, the only thing that let it down was the very small room, and you could hear next door and upstairs but comfty bed nice bedding.
Very noisy rooms
when anyone walks in the corridor, its like they're walking in your room