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The Hope and Anchor, Ross-on-Wye - pub details

Hope and Anchor

Address: Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33912) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.3/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Hope and Anchor, Ross-on-Wye

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We canoed passed this pub and thought it looked like a great place for a pint � how wrong we were. Yes, it has a great location, but the staff were monumentally unfriendly. Six of us had a couple of rounds and all ordered food and then played darts, we were informed by the landlady that the 'darts team' were turning up for a match and would have to stop. The 'team' then consisted of one player � clearly a local who wanted to play and we were turfed off. I would not recommend this pub at all � and the food was mediocre at best.
casimer - 20 Apr 2011 13:13
The reviews on here don't do this pub justice... as someone who enjoys a good pub I rate this pub very highly and not as a local who don't like the new owner etc...
I have been going here on a regular basis over the past 10 or so years so I know that its changed hands and with any pub some people either accept that or they don't.
As for the pub itself, which is what I review its a great pub. There could be a few bits done on the decor to improve it but that's not an issue to me really. The ale is great, the guest ales especially. The location is a winner on a dry or hot day. The food, contrary to other reviews is superb... I eat here on every occassion and have something different every time. The new pizzas are great and cheap and the baguetts are good too but you can't be a proper pub dish of sausage, mash and peas... all home made. In fact all food is homemade as I did have a very long chat with the chef about this once.
The staff are always helpful and alway smiling... even when the sun is shining and there is an hour wait for the food....
the_fit_flop - 2 Sep 2010 10:11
Used to be a really stylish riverside pub with fantastic menus and really popular with the locals when Ben owned it a couple of years ago - since it was taken over it's gone downhill. Not as friendly, attention to detail is poor, atmosphere not great, food appauling (cash & carry) and not as welcoming as it used to be. Most locals have been alienated and don't drink there anymore. Rating of '5' is because of the location (otherwise it would've been lower) - if you sit outside by the river which is stunning in summer months, you can ignore what's going on inside the pub!
Muriel - 6 Apr 2009 13:06
Marston house with boat hanging from ceiling and old photos in boat themed pub. Shame about the stone cladding and the ordinary pint of Banks
lout_from_the_lane - 27 Oct 2008 16:08

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