The Blue Anchor

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

155 High Road
Byfleet
Surrey
England
KT14 7Rl

The Blue Anchor, Byfleet

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The Blue Anchor is a great traditional pub located in the heart of Byfleet, Surrey, close to the Village Green & local restaurants. The Blue Anchor is in an excellent location with plenty of things to do in the area.

Extremely popular with locals and visitors alike, the Blue Anchor offers everything a great pub should! The Blue Anchor offers a terrific range of en-suite accommodation in a great location close to the village green in Byfleet, Surrey. All of the rooms at The Blue Anchor have en suite facilities, with a television in all rooms. Located close to the main motorway network (M4, M3, M25) the Blue Anchor is the ideal location for a stay in this beautiful part of Surrey.

From fine real ales, delightful en suite accommodation and great homemade food, you really couldn't find a better pub! The Blue Lounge is a cosy comfortable bar, with a delightful aroma drifting gently from the kitchens. Relax, enjoy and savour a drink whilst waiting for your food. The Anchor Bar in Byfleet is where fun & games are played, and where you will find plenty of things to do!

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From: £55.00

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