Not recommended. Four of us were staying at the Premier Inn next door and had dinner in the Anchor Inn. It was not a good experience.
It took a long time to order the meal at the bar because frankly the chap did not know the menu. We had a cocktails by buying the ingredients and mixing it ourselves. I had the curry but the poppadom had the texture of a piece of wood and was inedible. The rest was not very nice. The friends meals were nothing to recommend. For desert we had the featured gin and tonic trifle but the G & T seemed to have gone AWOL. It was not nice.
The waitress was very pleasant.
There is a large outside dining area with picnic tables alongside the canal, the area was to put it bluntly filthy, Litter and rubbish all over the place.
The Anchor Inn needs a new manager.
The next night we went to the Mason's Arms just along the road which was excellent.