Nestled within the charming village of Shepperton, overlooking the Church Square, The Anchor Hotel exudes a warm and inviting glow. Rich in legend and history, this establishment was once a regular haunt for Dick Turpin. In fact, a pistol was once uncovered in the rafters bearing the chilling inscription Dick s Friend! The Anchor Hotel also housed the beginnings of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor s tempestuous affair. Perhaps due to its colourful past or perhaps due to its resplendent decor and design, the hotel encapsulates a certain vivacity, a certain romance. The 29 en-suite bathrooms are classically furnished and adorned with an opulent decor. All are well-appointed and fitted with all modern comforts. Our hotel restaurant offers diners a cosy setting and hearty, traditional cuisine.
Lovely location with plenty of bars and resaurants about.Nice bar attentive staff and has the benefit of a customers car park.
My room was the smallest room I have ever stayed in.There was not even a bedside table for an alarm clock.I Had to leave before breakfast so was annoyed to find the kettle was missing and the was no tv remote control.
The restaurant for Breakfast in the morning opened at a good time (7am).
My shower didn't work in the room, water poored very slowly and hot water could not be maintained longer than 5 seconds.
Great location in a beautiful area. The hotel is steeped in history and the bar/dining room features a wood panelled interior
The hotel is quite shabby a desperately needs refurbishment. The bed linen was dirty. No food available after 9pm. The breakfast was poor, with many of the items listed on the menu unavailable.
I had a single room for one night and everything that i needed was provided. It was comfortable and the english breakfast was first class.
excellent room for price. the staff were really friendly beautiful bar and restaurant. Not 5 star but you are paying 2 star price and youget that and more.
Good value for the money, location, breakfast, service
problems with booking.com; booking dates in the hotel incompatible with the details confirmed on the website
Reasonably good value for money in a pleasant location.
Dog-eared, tired room. Long wait to check out since no one on duty. Piece of string in fish at breakfast. Breakfast buffet had not been replenished so late arrivals had limited selection.
Good food, restaurant and bar areas.
The room was very small and not well fitted out. Car park only available after a function had ended.
The room seemed to be organised wrongly, with the power points for the kettle and desk hidden behind the bed. This meant a tricky balancing act was required to plug the kettle into the tv power point - which meant no tv while using the kettle. The floor boards were also incredibly creaky.