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Arrived with 4 friends for lunch and there were no vegetarian lunch options on the menu. It is unusual now to not be given an option. When I asked of there was a separate menu for vegetarians I was told there wasn't and the options...More
Response from geordieboy61, Owner at The Crown and AnchorResponded today
Hello there, could you please check your review and look in to removing it from our listing, as you seem to have posted this on the wrong trip advisor page.
We are the ‘Crown and Anchor’, Holy Island. Not the crown and rose!!
When an old favourite changes hands there is always a worry that things will change and not be as good as before, but if anything the new owners have actually improved this already great place to stay.
The rooms have received a lick of paint,...More
The Crown & Anchor is a classic English pub with a beer garden. It has some lovely real ales and does food (when the island has electricity, and when it doesn't, it does sandwiches). Great place for lunch, particularly if the weather is nice when...More
Been to this pub many times on our holidays and happy to say the beer,food and welcome is as good as ever even after changing hands.Pub always feels both local, unspoilt but friendly.Can particularly reccomend the fish and chips.
Popped into the crown and anchor for a swift half after a breezy walk on the coast. Great beer so the pipes are well kept and the menu looks really good even though I didn't stay to eat. The kitchen is open a couple of...More
Response from theblackhand | Reviewed this property |
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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