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The Anchor Inn, Hullbridge - pub details

Address: 284, Ferry Rd, Hullbridge, Hockley, Essex, SS5 6ND [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19380) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Woodham Ferrers (1.7 miles), Battlesbridge (2.3 miles), Hockley (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 9 users)
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user reviews of the Anchor Inn, Hullbridge

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Popped in for a quick pint on a winter Sunday evening. Lots of people dining but the bar was empty. I was ignored for a while then got served by someone who wasn't really interested. Drinks were very pricey! We sat outside and the view was nice, I bet it's busy in the summer. I liked the little touch of the signs for the dogs around.
jooles485 - 15 Feb 2014 20:11
Not sure about this place. Location is ace, with a huuuge garden backing on to the River Crouch and plenty of outside seating. Trouble is, a refurb earlier this year has turned the interior into a restaurant with a cocktail bar attached rather than any sort of pub.
The design is all very chromey and trying very hard to look all "Modern" whilst simultaneously managing to actually look like an 80s wine bar.
Then again, what do I know as the place was rammed on a Friday night (albeit mainly by the same clientele who would have originally attended 80s wine bars back in the day).
Service behind the bar was perfunctory and unfriendly, lots of hectic movement from the staff but not really looking like they were achieving much, and an Amstel and a coke seemed to be over five quid?
The real plus to this place remains the garden, which has a new decking area as part of teh revamp with plenty of tables, and individually controlled outdoor heaters service abot 4 tables each. There's a cabin type affair built which is about a third of the way into the garden and I think the gist is to have a barbecue going in the summer. THEN this place might make more sense as a bar to while away a Sunday afternoon. Rated purely as a place to go for a beerintheevening (as opposed to a fairly pricey restaurant) however, really not my cup of tea.
glenn9ball - 22 Oct 2010 15:33
Pub has re-opened recently as a Gastro type venue. Service is great.
tortoise68 - 23 Jul 2010 11:22

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