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The Anchor, Seatown - pub details

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Address: Seatown, Chideock, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 6JU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20807) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 46 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Clock House Hotel, Chideock (0.7 miles), George Inn, Chideock (0.7 miles), New Inn, Eype (1.8 miles)

 

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Just returned from 3 nights in Seatown. The fish (hake) and chips was fantastic on Sunday night and, in my view, worth every penny (everyone entitled to his own etc). The Palmers Dorset Gold was also good and cost £3.80 a pint which I thought was a pretty reasonable price for what is undoubtedly a gastro-pub. Can be hard to get a table inside (they don't take reservations apparently) but there is plenty of seating outside with great views over the beach and up to Ridge Cliff. Large car park opposite which I think costs £3 (we didn't need to use it).
paul_d102 - 27 Jul 2016 17:27
Lovely situation, good food and good facilities but hugely overpriced. £14 for fish and chips is extreme. Disappointing as I shall now be looking to eat and drink somewhere more reasonable.
blackdowner - 27 Jul 2016 16:43
Visited at the weekend and pleased to find the ladies is now a pleasant place to go to now! However, prices seem to climb and climb and one of the bar staff was particularly unfriendly. The crab sandwich was served in an unappetising roll and tasted more of lemon than crab. The beer was fine but overall it wasn't the lovely experience I've had in the past. Perhaps a victim of it's own success?
sylviajoan - 14 Mar 2016 17:13
Although its dishes are perhaps a little overpriced, the seafood is fresh as you would like at this gorgeous pub located on the beach at Seatown and a welcome sight after a hefty trek over the cliffs from West Bay. A crab sandwich was simply executed while a pint of a special hoppy ale from local big wigs Palmer’s also hit the spot – a better brew than most that slightly average brewery purveys. What impresses most is that this pub looks like it would also be a great place to hole up in the winter.
BoehmBawerk - 10 Aug 2015 17:45
Well, a lot of money seems to have been spent here but I'm not quite sure what on - maybe accommodation upstairs ? (And n.b. the loos are now upstairs too, except the disabled.) The bars are still quite small, not that it matters when you can sit outside, as we did last Sunday midday. And otherwise the pub seems still pretty good. Decent menu with gluten-free options on offer.
davercox - 30 Jan 2015 10:48

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