Anchor Inn

Anchor Inn

Modern British

0.5 miles
26 Court Street, Nayland, Colchester, CO6 4JL
Located in the picturesque village of Nayland, nestled on the banks of the River Stour, is the Anchor Inn - a perfectly tranquil setting for a fantastic culinary experience. Warm yourself by one of the roaring log fires in winter, or enjoy lovely views of the river from one of the cosy rooms. When the sun is shining, the riverside deck is the ideal place to enjoy a drink or meal alfresco.

The Anchor Inn's team believe in the simplicity of delivering food to the table direct from the land closest to it, and have created their own Heritage Farm and kitchen garden, where the majority of the restaurant's meat and vegetables are sourced. Food production on the farm refl ects that of a less hurried time, when livestock and crops were developed naturally and good old-fashioned fl avour was everything. The menu changes daily, rolling with the changing seasons; it offers a wonderful opportunity to sample tasty produce from the Anchor's own abundant larder.

Customers are welcome to enjoy riverside walks and to wander around the Heritage Farm (free of charge) to have a look at the herb and vegetable production, the Suffolk Punch horses working the land and the livestock, which is happy and thriving with the richness and diversity of wildlife. The Anchor Inn offers the perfect location to relax, enjoy and indulge.
+2Anchor Inn
Open: Mon-Sun noon-late (times may vary)

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