We had arranged to stay at the Anchor for one night after a seven night cruise in the Med. We were visiting a relative who was working nearby. Our first view of the Anchor was most impressive, white painted and right beside the River Crouch. We arrived around 5pm and was shown to room 3. It was a double room with 2single beds which had clean white bedding, very welcoming. There was a lamp at each side of the bed, a pine dressing table with a mirror and plugs for my hair dryer. The shower was very welcome after a long journey that had started at Nice that morning. There was shower gel, shampoo, body lotion and white towels. All very clean. We were asked what time we would like breakfast and we said 9am. Next morning we had a walk for a newspaper and wet into the dining room at 8.45am. We were the only people in the dining room and a table had been set right by the window. it was the first time we had to really have a look around and it was charming. It had a big open fireplace and decorated in a traditional way. Breakfast was cooked immediately we went into the dining room and was a full English, 2thick slices of bacon,egg,sausages, beans, mushrooms and tomatoes.Coffee, toast and black currant and strawberry jam. Lovely, it couldn't have been better. Burnham on Crouch is a lovely typically English village and in my opinion The Anchor is well worth a visit. It also has a car park.
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