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The Anchor Hotel, Shepperton - pub details

Anchor Hotel
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Address: Church Square, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 9JY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7395) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Shepperton (0.7 miles), Addlestone (1.8 miles), Weybridge (2 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Kings Head, Shepperton (0.0 miles), Three Horseshoes, Shepperton (0.3 miles), Red Lion, Shepperton (0.5 miles), Thames Bar (Ship Hotel), Shepperton (0.5 miles), Thames Court, Shepperton (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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I might have been dissappointed with the Kings Head but I was truly shocked at the Anchor. My notes from last century talk of a vibrant pub with lots of real ales and stuffed full of customers. On a Saturday lunchtime there were 3 less customers than the Head i.e 1. No staff to be seen. The building is fantastic on the inside with oak pannelling everywhere. I was almost excited til looking at the bar saw London Pride (yawn) and a Fullers rugby badged ale. We were looking to eat but with that choice in what resembled a morgue we left. How the mighty doth fall. So there are two lovely pubs in a glorious setting both selling almost exactly the same nationally avaiable beers and are virtually empty. Somebody some pub somewhere is creaming off the business. Whoever runs these places needs to go look seriously at the competition and see where they are going wrong.
Steamer1 - 20 Feb 2013 09:41
Odd place. A 400 year old pub that looks seeped in history. All the punters on a Monday night were male and intensely watching a nothing game of championship football in total state of unexcitement. I popped to the loos and there was some sort of octogenerian meeting going on, which had more excitement than the football. Would love to know what they were plotting.
Mappiman - 20 Sep 2011 11:26
My husband and i visited The Anchor On Saturday 30th May 2009 and really liked it. It is an old building, lots of wooden paneling and beams. Everywhere is nicely carpeted. The toilets were clean. The young man serving behind the bar was pleasant and welcoming.
We had a drink in the afternoon sitting at a table outside enjoying the peaceful atmosphere of the little square with the old church at the side and the King's Head pub and Warren Lodge Hotel opposite.
It was a quiet backwater, a wonderful place to enjoy the unusually sunny afternoon. The only downside was the beer, London Pride, not our favourite.

But we returned to dine there n the evening and enjoyed a glass of Grolsch and an excellent meal- lasagne and garlic bread for my husband, tasty gammon chips and a beautifully fried egg for me.
The food was served promptly after our order and the man bringing it was also very pleasant.

Before we visited we had read the earlier reviews which had rather put us off visiting the Anchor. But we are really glad we did and would happily recommend a visit there.


gkilb - 1 Jun 2009 06:59
The Royal George in Hersham is a lovely local pub.All but the landlord are great people to be served by especially Simon who seems to run the place as landlord and lady are always intoxicated,Rude and unwelcoming people.There is also a lady who works on a sunday evening.She is fast with service,jovial, and very welcoming with a good sense of humour. The pub has a great heated outdoor area for smokers of which im not and great Thai food 6days a week.
anonymous - 27 Oct 2007 19:57
This place is one of the worst hotel bars i have ever been in but not as worst as its sister hotel across the square The Warren Lodge Hotel. The management is so bad and the place is dirty and lacks stock. I want a peroni and a large glass of white wine, i got a warm beer and told sorry we don't have any large glasses so i got a 175ml of warm wine.

Sort it out!!!!!!
anonymous - 6 Aug 2007 09:14

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