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The Anchor Inn, 7 Pepper St, Whitchurch 01948 663806

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Alusia & Mike Lewis, your hosts,  invite you to pay a visit whether it be for real ales in the bar (member of CAMRA), or to sample home-cooked food sourced from local suppliers in the 40-seater restaurant. Alternatively why not stay the week-end or enjoy a midweek break. The quaint bar with a real fire and a cosy snug are perfect for leisurely chats with friends and locals, while sampling the ever changing traditional hand-pulled guest ales.

 

Situated in the heart of Whitchurch, The Anchor Inn provides the ideal 'stop-over' for business professionals, golfers or those visiting the area and simply looking for top quality accommodation. It is within walking distance of the Llangollen canal, the Sandstone Trail and Shropshire Way. Popular golf courses are a short drive away and include Hill Valley, Hawkstone Park and Carden Park which was designed by Jack Nicklaus. For those who are not interested in golf, Whitchurch has a wealth of local history to be discovered and a visit to The Heritage Centre, situated in St Mary's Street, is a must. Enjoy a walk around the town and discover quality unique local shops nestled amongst more familiar names.

 

The Anchor Inn offers a varied menu with something to suit all palates and is exceptionally good value for money. Choose from steaks, fish, chicken, vegetarian options and traditional pub favourites  along with daily specials. A traditional Sunday Lunch is available all day Sunday with a choice of fresh local meats accompanied by a selection of fresh seasonal vegetables.  Mouth watering desserts, liqueor coffee's and quality wines are available to complete your dining experience.

 

Private parties and functions are welcome and a bespoke menu can be arranged for something more special. Whatever your family occasion or celebration, Alusia and Mike will be happy to discuss your individual requirements

The Anchor Inn on Pepper Street in Whitchurch, resides in the oldest market town in Shropshire. Built in the 17th Century, this local inn has recently undergone major development, with the addition of 6 quality en-suite double/twin rooms including a family room. All rooms have been tastefully decorated and offer extremely comfortable and welcoming accommodation. Children are most welcome and travel cots are also available for young babies and toddlers. A hearty traditional English breakfast is served daily to residents.

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