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About this property

Nestled in the heart of Hampshire's enchanting countryside, The Anchor Inn stands as a cherished haven among locals and a welcoming retreat for four-legged companions. Discreetly positioned along a tranquil country lane, the inn is cocooned by undulating emerald fields, creating an idyllic escape that seamlessly marries tradition with sophistication. This quintessential country inn not only boasts stylish rooms but also beckons guests with an array of delights, from locally crafted ales to delectable British seasonal fare and meandering pathways that unveil the scenic beauty of the surroundings. Perched on the fringes of the South Downs National Park, The Anchor Inn unfolds as a gateway to unparalleled country rambles. Eager adventurers can wander through the local expanse, traverse meadows and woodlands to the charming village of Well, or embark on more intrepid escapades encompassing the expansive 101 miles of the National Park.

Within the inn's premises, a countryside dining room awaits, adorned with luxurious ensuite bedrooms that provide an oasis for relaxation. The culinary experience revolves around traditional pub fare, showcasing the region's finest seasonal and local ingredients, and priding itself on offering the best Sunday roasts in the vicinity. The bar presents a diverse selection of cask ale, craft beer, local cider, and a meticulously curated wine list. The adjacent beer garden, bathed in sunlight, beckons patrons for al fresco indulgence—a perfect setting for languid lunches or savouring a few pints amid the gentle breeze.

Welcoming both human and furry guests, The Anchor Inn designates two rooms as dog-friendly, exuding a warm embrace to all. The main building's bedrooms, adorned with Tudor-style beams and antique furnishings, are individually designed, each named after literary greats, radiating distinct English charm. Whether one seeks solace with a book, relishes tea and homemade biscuits, or indulges in vegan and eco-friendly British bath products within the ensuite power shower, each room embodies the essence of a classic countryside retreat. The hotel provides a dog mat and bowls for canine companions. Additionally, dog treats are typically available at the bar, and the staff ensures these amenities are placed in the guest rooms for the convenience and enjoyment of furry guests.

Venturing beyond the inn, an array of enchanting, dog-friendly activities unfolds within the embrace of the South Downs National Park. Embark on captivating walking trails like the renowned South Downs Way, the Meon Valley Trail, or the scenic Devil's Dyke, being attentive to trail guidelines and leash requirements for canine companions. For a tranquil interlude, pack a picnic and uncover serene spots with expansive views throughout the park, offering ample space for furry friends to revel in the outdoors. Journey into the nearby villages, where dog-friendly pubs and cafes extend a warm welcome, inviting guests to unwind and savor local delicacies. Should the allure of the coastline be irresistible, explore dog-friendly beaches, taking note of any seasonal restrictions. A leisurely drive through the picturesque countryside unveils breathtaking vistas and opportunities for brief strolls. Some National Trust properties within the park even permit dogs in their gardens and grounds, enriching the exploration of diverse wildlife.

Dine with Your Dog

You’ll be able to dine with your pet in the bar area of the restaurant. Enjoy traditional British fare with a contemporary twist. All the dishes are rich and seasonal, and made from ingredients that have been locally sourced from neighbours and great British suppliers. On sunny days, we recommend sitting out on the garden terrace for a spot of al fresco dining with your pooch!

Bow wow factor

All four-legged guests will be provided with bowls and a comfy pet bed at The Anchor Inn.

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Dine With Pet
Dine With Pet
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Pet Amenities Onsite
Pet Amenities Onsite
Restaurant
Restaurant
Rural
Rural
Satellite Television
Satellite Television
WiFi
WiFi

Bedrooms & Suites

Two of the bedrooms at The Anchor Inn are dog-friendly. With Tudor-style beams and antique furnishings. Named after literary greats of the past, each room has been furnished with sleigh beds, feather duvets and power showers.

Classic Room

With Tudor-style beams and antique furnishings, these bedrooms are where you can leave it all behind and enjoy a classic countryside retreat in Hampshire. Located in the main building, our rooms are individually designed with their own unique English quirks and charm. Named after literary greats of the past and including a stacked book shelf, each room is the perfect setting in which to curl up with a book, a cup of tea and homemade biscuits, or pamper yourself with Noble Isle bathing products in your en-suite power shower.
Accommodates

2 adults   1 pet  

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Indulgent

For your ultimate countryside escape, book an Indulgent room and soak up the sweeping views of Hapshire's Fields and beyond from your private terrace. After a long jaunt in the picturesque countryside, our en-suite bathroom offers a selection of natural British bath products to use during your warm shower. Sink into the king-sized bed layered with premium linens while making the most of your welcome pack, HD TV, internet and tea & coffee facilities. Its additional space makes it also perfect for families as it can can accommodate a cot or on request.
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2 adults   1 pet  

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Dog-Friendly Nearby

Discover a world of enchanting, dog-friendly activities in the embrace of South Downs National Park. Embark on captivating walking trails like South Downs Way, Meon Valley Trail, and scenic Devil's Dyke, ensuring compliance with trail guidelines and leash requirements for your furry companions. Experience tranquil moments by packing a picnic and finding serene spots with expansive views, providing ample space for your pets to revel in the outdoors. Explore nearby villages with their inviting dog-friendly pubs and cafes, offering a warm welcome for guests to unwind and savour local delicacies. Indulge in the allure of dog-friendly beaches along the coastline, being mindful of seasonal restrictions. A leisurely countryside drive unveils breathtaking vistas and opportunities for short strolls, while certain National Trust properties within the park allow dogs, enhancing your exploration of diverse wildlife.

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