The Anchor

About

The Anchor Inn, a pub and restaurant, has been a licensed premises since 1836 and has been owned by the same local family since 1839. Found in Morston, on the North Norfolk coast road, between Blakeney and Stiffkey, you will find an amazing welcome waiting for you.

Our ethos is to make sure that everything we serve is of the highest quality. Whether that's a warming bowl of soup, a juicy steak, amazingly fresh local fish or just a refreshing pint. Together with the warmest welcome on the coast, we hope you will fall in love with the Anchor as we have.

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The Anchor

Type:Public House

The Street, Morston, Norfolk, NR25 7AA

Tel: 01263 741392

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