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The Anchor Inn, Burton Bradstock - pub details

Address: High Street, Burton Bradstock, Dorset, DT6 4QF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40769) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 6 users)
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Three Horseshoes, Burton Bradstock (0.1 miles), Anchor Inn, Bridport (0.4 miles), New Inn, Shipton Gorge (1.3 miles), Quarterdeck Tavern, Bridport (1.5 miles), West Bay, West Bay (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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There was no talk about coronavirus in this village pub. All of the clientele except myself were there for the food. They were all more interested in what the day's catch from the English Channel was, i.e. what would shortly be on their plates. Doom Bar & Jail Ale were the 2 real ales. But I was drawn to the Cheddar Valley, which was an unexpected bonus. Another nice Dorset pub.
blue_scrumpy - 12 Mar 2020 19:16
Thankfully free of the iron grip of boring old Palmers, this is decent enough, if a little stolid. A seafood platter sounded tempting but seemed extortionate at over £40 a head and while the ale selection is broad - 4 pumps were operational - all choices were mid range and unexciting. The village is beautiful but I'd save your hunger pangs for the Hive Beach cafe nearby.
BoehmBawerk - 10 Jun 2019 11:46
A most convivial evening was spent here with friendly locals and staff. There is a great selection of malts on shelves above the bar. didn't try the food although the prices quoted were reasonable. Three ales were available on the handles, Doombar, Tribute and one other - my Tribute was in excellent condition.
Feed - 18 Aug 2012 23:03
This pub has recently been taken over so disregard any comments before this. Very friendly owners and locals. Three real ales from 3 different breweries all very palatable. The menu board looked very tempting but we were just passing so cannot comment. Well worth a look in as we will do when next in the area.
THATOLDMAN - 26 Dec 2011 20:47
A mysterious place. Popped in here on a sunny Sunday afternoon thinking it might be a nice local pub, but the only patrons were a pair of incoherently drunk old chaps and a bored looking pre-pubescent child playing bar skittles on her own.

Tribute was the sole ale on offer, which is a bit of a slap in the face considering its extreme proximity to Palmers Brewery. The other pub in the village stocks the full range, which may go some way to explaining its much greater popularity. Scrumpy came out of a box on the bar despite it being advertised by a clip attached to a hand pump, but was actually surprisingly palatable.

Not particularly revelling in the indoor tumbleweed ambience I sat outside, which was reasonably pleasant although you are right up against the made road through town. To my mild surprise this pub also contains a rather swanky dining area, with tables bedecked with white napkins and shiny wine glasses. This area was also empty.

All in all, my experience was eerie and somewhat depressing, and it wasn't long before I headed down the hill to the bustling alternative of the Three Horseshoes.
Luongo - 31 Mar 2011 15:55

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