The Anchor

At a glance...

  • 7 bedrooms sleeps 12 – 20
  • Ground floor room with sofa bed and WC
  • Ground floor disabled access lavatory
  • Large kitchen/diner
  • Large lounge
  • Bar and servery
  • Hot tub
  • Games room
  • Dine 20 round one table
  • Walk to pubs, restaurants, forest tracks
  • Dogs and other pets welcome
  • Secure fenced garden and barbecue
  • Large woodland garden
  • Large car park
  • Linen provided
  • Canoe launch nearby
  • 3 pubs/restaurants walkable
  • Village shop
  • Fish shop walkable
  • Fully equipped Utility Room
  • Full Sky Sports and Film Package

The Anchor

Set in the heart of Lydbrook in the Forest of Dean and previously know as The Anchor Inn, this cosy village pub is now a charmingly converted holiday cottage designed as accommodation for large groups.


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What to expect from The Anchor

Complete with bar and woodburning stoves, we’ve done our best to retain the feel and ambience of the old Anchor Inn while modernising sympathetically. For an outdoor, activity or family holiday you couldn’t be better placed.

The 7 bedrooms, all ensuite, sleep 20 people, plus there’s a ground floor room with sofa bed and its own bathroom for the elderly or frail. Some bedrooms have their own tv’s.  The bedrooms at the front have great view of 18th century superstar actress Sarah Siddon’s house.

The large kitchen is great for preparing meals for everyone at the 20 seat dining table.

Things to do

On site there’s a hot tub, games room and barbecue area and there’s a couple of acres of your very own woodland orchard to explore behind the house leading to the magical old Forest railway track, perfect for walking or mountain biking. Lovely walks into the heart of the Forest or down to the local and an Indian restaurant to boot.

If you’re looking for a great Forest of Dean holiday, then The Anchor is a characterful holiday home in a fantastic location.

For more ideas of what you can do in and around the Wye valley check out this list we’ve put together along with our What’s On page listing local events you can attend.

How do I book?

You can check the availability of The Anchor by clicking here or to make a reservation click on the button above. Don’t forget that our midweek breaks are great for a last minute getaway.  You can view our prices below.

Where is The Anchor?

The cottage is situated near the River Wye in the village of Lydbrook, between Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye along the A40

Lounge

Vintage Pub decor

Satellite TV (Sky Sports and Sky Movies)

DVD Player

Music System

Dining Room

20-seat table

Original bar

Vaulted ceiling

Snug

TV

DVD Player

Range style LPG gas cooker

Electric oven

Large Fridge/Freezer

Dishwasher

Microwave Oven

All necessary kitchenware

Utility Room

Dishwasher

Washing Machine

Tumble Dryer

Second sink

1 Ground Floor Sofa Bed (in snug) *

3 Double bedrooms (with ensuite shower rooms)

1 twin bedroom (ensuite shower room)

1 four bed bedroom (adjacent bath and shower room)

2 Family bedrooms (ensuite shower rooms) **

* There is a bathroom with shower and loo, which is accessed by 4 steps, however there is a separate loo with wheelchair access and a hand rail.

** There are 2 cots available for use (baby bed linen not provided)

Games room (table tennis, pool, board games)

Hot Tub

Barbecue area with plenty of seating

Woodland garden to the rear of house with trail

Anchor House is located on in Central Lydbrook.  It is convenient for Ruardean, Goodrich, Symonds Yat, Monmouth, and Ross-on-Wye amongst other places in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean.

If you'd like to explore Central Lydbrook why not pop in to the places below. For more ideas, check out our Things to do section.

The Forge Hammer & River Spice Restaurant
Located just around the corner from the holiday home this local pub and restaurant offers an opportunity to forget about the washing up and treat yourself to some great flavours whether it be the cask ales or the Indian food!

The Garden Cafe
Set inside one of a handful of listed buildings in Lydbrook and offering an organic menu you may find yourself one of the few to get a seat at this eclectic restaurant as it has no set opening hours other than for residents and evening events.

There is a village shop nearby as well as a Fish & Chip shop and further along again another pub called the Colliers Inn.

Included in our costs are:

Heating
Electricity
Water
Bed Linen
Bath and Hand towels (not hot tub towels)
Post check-out cleaning

Change-over days are Friday and Monday.

Check-in time: 4pm
Check-out time: 10am
This may be adjustable by prior arrangement except on days where guests are leaving and arriving.


2017/18 Week Midweek Weekend
January £2750 £1500 £1750
February £2750 £1500 £1750
March £3150 £1650 £2150
April £3150 £1650 £2150
May £3150 £1750 £2450
June £3150 £1750 £2450
July £3250 £1950 £2650
August £3250 £2250 £2650
September £3150 £1750 £2450
October £3000 £1750 £2350
November £2750 £1500 £1975
December £2750 £1500 £1975

School half terms attract a £250 premium

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Prices for Public Holidays at The Anchor

Easter Holidays
Full week
Earliest Check-in: Mar 30th
Latest Check-out: Apr 9th
£3250

Christmas Holidays:
5 Nights
Check-out on Thu 27th
£3950

Christmas Holidays:
7 Nights
Check-out on Thurs 27th
£4150

New Year:
5 Nights
Check-in Fri 28th Dec
£3950

New Year:
7 Nights
Check-in Fri 28th Dec
£4150

Bank Holiday Weekends:
4 Nights
Check-in Fri, Check-out Tue
£2950