A hidden gem on the banks of the Wey Navigation
Adjacent to Pyrford Lock and situated on the banks of the Wey Navigation Canal, a short distance from West Byfleet, as well as the flagship garden of the Royal Horticultural Society at Wisley, the Anchor is a perfect example of the traditional quintessential English country pub.
Indeed, because Pyrford Village was built on land once owned by Westminster Abbey, it wasn’t allowed a public house, so the Anchor was built just over the parish line in Wisley.
With a beautiful terrace that runs along the riverside, the pub is glorious in the summer months and in the winter with its roaring log fires and oak beamed conservatory; it continues to attract Guests with its cosy charm.
Please let us know if there are under 16’s in your party via the booking notes.
Please let us know if you are bringing any dogs via the booking notes.
We’re open 7 days a week and can’t wait to see you!
Please note you’ll need to book in advance, either online or via the phone, for all food and drink visits.
We’ve also made some changes to keep you safe. For more details of what to expect when you visit, please click here.
Monday to Saturday: 11am to 11pm
Sunday: 11am to 10pm
“Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.”
We think ours are the best (apart from Mum’s!) and we spend all week looking forward to them. Freshly roasted every Sunday morning and served with seasonal veg, Yorkshire pud, roasties and gravy, homemade in our kitchen.VIEW OUR FULL MENU
It was deep in Dorset’s rolling hills and patchwork fields, in 1777, that local farmer Charles Hall brewed our first beer. A union of the Hall & Woodhouse families soon followed and the story of Badger beer had begun.
Pop in today to try one of our delicious range of cask and bottled beers.SEE OUR FULL RANGE
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