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Called for a drink after a walk on the beach. Warm and welcoming place, with jovial staff. Open fire was very appreciated and the whole place feels inviting.
Staff were bantering amongst themselves and with a customer. One member of staff (might have been the...More
Went here for a dinner on the night time. The food was beautiful. had 3 courses and all were lovely. The chilli prawns and he fish pie was amazing . I would go back again and I must go on a lunch time too
We visited the Crown and Anchor a couple of times this week while staying at a nearby cottage. During our stay extreme snowy weather meant the causeway was impassable so we were unable to leave when we planned. Paul and Helen, the owners, went out...More
Great food and amazing staff. We could not have been made to feel more welcome and would recommend a visit. The bar staff are fun and the chefs are skilled. The food was well cooked and very tasty. The menu has something for everyone. A...More
Well been out for a long walk on a sunny, windy but cold day on Holy Island with the family and the dog. Needed some food and a drink and came across the Crown and Anchor, they allow dogs, and we where not disapointed. My...More
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Poor your wife. Dogs are certainly allowed in at least one of the bedrooms and in the bar (a privilege of which they and their owners make full use), but not in the dining room. I don't know about family rooms. It's a small... More
Poor your wife. Dogs are certainly allowed in at least one of the bedrooms and in the bar (a privilege of which they and their owners make full use), but not in the dining room. I don't know about family rooms. It's a small pub, and your son would be fine in his own room, I'm sure.
It's a good pub, good food and a jolly (if canine) atmosphere in the bar.
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