The Anchor Walberswick
 

The Anchor

Walberswick is a short walk from Southwold via the Bailey Bridge or a 75 yard ferry crossing rowed by the local lass Danni Church.

The Anchor, a four bedroomed Arts and Craft building which sits behind the village allotments in an acre of garden overlooking the dunes and beach huts 350 metres away. Six large chalets in the garden provide quiet, comfortable refuge and three of these are dog-friendly.

Our 18th Century flint barn has under floor heating and in-house cinema screen. It is ideal for sit down events up to 30 people, drinks parties, dinners, art exhibitions and business meetings.

Our food is well sourced and full of vibrant flavours. Oysters from West Mersea, smoked fish from Lowestoft, Jimmy Butler's Blythburgh pork, Red Poll Beef from Ed Turner's 'Seahawk' Herd. Vegetables from local farms and our allotment. Bread made by Sophie and baked daily. Wines are from pioneering growers such as Huet, Ridge, Anne Gros and John Forrest. Our beers are created by iconic brewers Sierra Nevada, Orval, Adnams and Meantime.