The Anchor Inn

We at The Anchor Inn are a renowned local pub with a real family tradition that stretches back more than 77 years. All is welcome to our friendly pub from locals to visitors from far and wide. Come and sample our delights – We have some of the finest ales and beers, and have an excellent wine list, spirits, ciders and soft drinks available, plus our yummy build your own beef, ham and cheese cobs have become quite sought after locally. We have great onsite parking for both cars and motorbikes – speaking of which, we have become a popular stopping point for biker meets and gatherings!

Our historic pub located near Kidderminster, originally cost just £1,800 back in 1936, but in the eyes of today’s owners it is priceless! We have celebrated more than 70 years of family tradition and our pub is a testament to the good old days when Ralph introduced his own range of Worthing beers and kept pigs in the back garden. The interior has barely changed since then and Pete is still using the same tables and chairs his grandad once did back in the 1920s.


“It is the best pub in England! We have had the greatest times here and it is all thanks to Pete & Jeanett – ‘Mind How You Go!!!'” By Katy Hewitt

“They have EXCELLENT cider with cheap and filling cobs served with salad. There’s a mixed range of customers, a very pleasant atmosphere, although rather smokey. It is also nice to be able to sit outside in sheltered area. It is easily reached from nearby canal too. Definitely one of the best pubs in the area…” By Peter Handley

“There is lovely atmosphere when you enter and the staff are very kind and friendly – what more could you ask for?” By Shawn Thomas

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Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us for further information on any of our services or you can simply come down and see first hand what we can do for you – we would love to meet you! Alternatively you can visit our social media pages to hear about our latest adventures, news and deals.

Opening Hours


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 11pm


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 11pm


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 11pm


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 11pm


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 11pm


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 11pm


11am - 4pm / 7pm - 10:30pm