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The Anchor Hotel and Ship Inn, Porlock Weir - pub details

Address: Dunster Steep, Porlock Weir, Porlock, Somerset, TA24 8PB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40950) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Ship Inn Hotel, Porlock (1.4 miles), Royal Oak, Porlock (1.5 miles)


user reviews of the Anchor Hotel and Ship Inn, Porlock Weir

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A lovely setting, just by the little harbour of Porlock Weir, and a pretty looking pub for sure, but the beers were nothing special. Still, a pleasant place to have a drink or 2
cellarbuoy - 29 May 2017 17:11
This review is for the Ship Inn, Porlock Weir.

Sister pub to the other Ship Inn.

Great beer selection. Open at 10am and I hang my head in shame and state that I had a cup of tea.

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Mappiman - 21 Mar 2017 10:41
Recently awarded a massive no stars out of 5 by the food standards agency on their hygiene inspection; the only pub in Somerset to get such a pathetically low score, so I certainly wouldn't advise anyone to eat there.I can't imagine they pay to much attention to hygiene in other aspects of the running of the pub to I figure the beer will be pretty vile too. Such a pity as it used to be such a good pub in a great setting.
cellarbuoy - 23 Feb 2016 18:44
I am reviewing the Bottom Ship which is completely different to Miller's at the Anchor (formerly the Anchor Hotel). Busy on Sunday lunchtime (hardly surprising) but the food came quickly enough (fairly standard sandwich) and we got an outside table immediately. Decent selection of ales namely Exmoor's Ale & Stag, Wills Neck, Tribute & Doom Bar. Big screen showing the England cricketers capitulate.
paul_d102 - 24 Jul 2012 19:52
We walked down to The Bottom Ship which, given the approaching darkness, was a bit of a scary walk but very glad we did. Fire was lovely and warm, this was a winters evening, and the bar staff and locals a friendly lot. The food was good and generous and the beer very good indeed. A lovely pub indeed.
DudleyC - 21 Dec 2011 12:40

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