Wonderful rest by the riverWould Recommend
We had a wonderful long weekend break combining fishing with sight seeing. Read more
En-suite shower with a double bed, featuring lovely views of the fields and surrounding countryside. A dog is welcome for £10 extra per stay. Please bring with you any bedding, bowls, etc required to ensure your pet has a happy stay. Please note that your dog must be attended at all times and that any damages incurred by misbehaviour on their part will be charged to you.
An amply sized twin bed room with an en-suite shower. Features lovely views over the fields and open countryside.
Our family room has a double bed, bunk beds, an en-suite shower and bath and features great views of the surrounding fields and open countryside. A dog is welcome for £10 extra per stay. Please bring with you any bedding, bowls, etc required to ensure your pet has a happy stay Please note that your dog must be attended at all times and that any damages incurred by misbehaviour on their part will be charged to you.
A cosy en-suite with a small brass double bed featuring lovely views of the Rive Exe and surrounding countryside. More suited to single occupancy but can accommodate a couple if you are happy to share a 4' bed. A dog is welcome for £10 extra per stay. Please bring with you any bedding, bowls, etc required to ensure your pet has a happy stay Please note that your dog must be attended at all times and that any damages incurred by a misbehaviour on their part will be charged to you.
Large en-suite bedroom with a king-size bed and jacuzzi bath.
We had a wonderful long weekend break combining fishing with sight seeing. Read more
Lovely location and garden. The large interior was matched by the warm welcome given by the new tenants of the Anchor. We enjoyed chatting to them as well as the great fire and delicious food. Read more
Lovely setting and very friendly and helpful hosts. Very good service, food and drink. Read more
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Lovely little B&B very welcoming and warm. Would definaltly stay here again. Good location and very friendly. Read more
A very enjoyable couple of days. A really lovely pub, such friendly and helpful owners, nothing was too much trouble. Our room was large, warm, big comfortable bed, ensuite shower and spa bath.... a real treat. Full English breakfast was super, hot plates and very tasty. Evening meals from the bar menu were a real treat. A huge plateful of food every time..... well cooked and very tasty. Would recommend this place to all..... families, singles and couples. Excellant Read more
First time I've stayed at the Anchor, but will definitely stay again when in the area. Read more
The Anchor was delightfully situated to visit family in Exebridge and Dulverton; we slept well in rural tranquility. The meals were delicious and generous and the staff quietly efficient and friendly. Read more
A quiet peaceful pretty setting Read more
My mother and I had a lovely peaceful break at the Anchor Inn for 5 days. The location is perfect with woodland, lakes, rivers and quaint hamlets all around. The building is old and full of lovely features. The Hosts, John and Anne, could not be more helpful or hospitable...nothing is too much trouble, including my dietary requirements being Celiac and lactose intolerant. They have a pen of gorgeous chickens who adorn the grounds and often provide eggs for brekkie! Read more
comfortable and friendly Read more
Lovely place tp stay. The bonus for us was that it was dog friendly. Room was comfortable and adequate.. Lots of places to visit in a very picturesque area. slept very well although the Inn is next to the road traffic noise is not a problem. Read more
Comfortable, very friendly and helpful Read more
An overnight stay en route from Minehead to Budleigh Salterton while on holiday. We also had dinner in the restaurant. Read more
We stayed for a family wedding in the hotel. Read more
We were shown to our room by the proprietor who saw that it was lacking in towels and pillowcases. She went to get these and put the pillowcases on, brought one towel and said she would bring another but it never arrived. We put the light on in the shower room on retiring which switched the fan on, but the fan didn't switch off. My husband had to get out of bed, get dressed and go to find someone but by the time they arrived I had found a switch just below the ceiling (continued below)... Read more
Good quality accommodation that provides all that is needed. Read more
Comfy welcoming and just what the doctor ordered Read more
One night in small double with dinner & breakfast. Read more
A one night stay before business the next day. Great staff, great surroundings - what more can I say. Read more
We stayed for a weekend in may Read more
One night Read more
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Overnight stay, enjoying the local scenery and took in some fly fishing down the road Read more
Very impressed with recent stay. Only problem was that we were only staying for the one night. Will definitely visit again in the future. Read more
was quite in the bar but that's the time of year, everyone very friendly. Read more
Lovely relaxing stay in a beautifully situated friendly pub.
Staff and the locals made us feel very welcome - there was a a very warm welcoming atomosphere about the pub, which was very clean with fresh flowers on tables.
Food was excellent with the staff friendly & efficient - the restaurant overlooks the river which is beautiful . Read more
Mixed group of adults all thoroughly enjoyed the visit. Read more
It was nice and cosy, great pub with nice atmosphere and very good food for a pub. Price is a bit steeper than I'd like. But lovely open area outside of the building, cute chickens in the garden. Read more
Good accommodation, lovely room and good service. Read more
Nice location with good views from bedroom window but breakfast service a bit strange. Read more
a super inn, good food, friendly staff, excellent value for money Read more
Everything was good but there was small stains on sheets and towels. Read more
This was not our first visit to the Anchor Inn and although the first visit impressed this time it far surpassed our expectations. Exmoor is one of the best kept secrets of the West Country and the Anchor Inn is in an excellent location to take advantage of this. Read more
Many thanks for your kind words.
Have stayed here before, now on my list of 'must stays'on my UK travels!Welcoming staff, great location,good beers,good food,comfortable rooms what more do you need!Excellent value for money!
The chance to fish the Exe is an added bonus!!! Read more
Utterly perfect-peaceful, beautiful surrounds & accommodations Read more
Very enjoyable. Read more
Short and sweet Read more
2 night stay at The Anchor Inn, we explored local Exmoor & had a very relaxing time. As a family with a young child it was good to be able to use the pub for evening food which was served from 5.30- excellent local produce & lots to choose from. The owners were so helpful and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable & were very flexible, relaxed and friendly. Read more
Room was basic and small some pictures may help. I tried to compare it with our stay 20years ago, which was unfair as the present owners have only been there 14 months. Read more
Very friendly Read more
One night to visit family the following day Read more
A weekend spent in comfortable and friendly surroundings. Ann and John run a very good ship and yet keep the traditional features which make both locals and tourists feel welcome and at home.Excellent fish served in the bar and in the restaurant. Read more
Thank you for your kind words. It was lovely to meet you both and we look forward to seeing you again.
only stayed for one night whilst traveling, The Anchor is beautifully set next to a river with a lovely beer garden, the food was great as was the hospitality :) Read more
chose location ss a centre for visiting north and south Devon and Somerset Read more
Comfortable Read more
A one night stop over while travilling Read more
2 nights, very convenient, much improved with new landlord. Read more
The Anchor Inn is a rural riverside pub and inn with six letting bedrooms overlooking beautiful surroundings shaped by the river Exe. Exebridge is situated on the southern tip of Exmoor near the village of Dulverton. The lower bar at the front of the inn once entertained the celebrated English novelist R.D. Blackmore in the 19th century and features in his classic Lorna Doone. Overlooking the riverside garden is our upper bar and dining room; serving home made food which takes advantage of Somerset and Devonshire's excellent local produce. Meals are freshly prepared to order and cooked over charcoal to give extra flavour. We also welcome well-behaved dogs. We have six letting bedrooms available to cater for a variety of requirements, from families to individuals. All stays include a cooked Exmoor breakfast.
On-site parking, Free parking,