Our amazing and unique location is just one of the reasons people travel far and wide to visit us.
Set in the picturesque Wye Valley on the English-Welsh border, Tintern is a postcard perfect location for visitors to the region. Based in the grounds of the famous Abbey, we have great views of the historic monument and the local landscape. Our own building is also highly unique, steeped in history. With large flat car parks and easily accessible from the M4 & M5, with Cardiff, Bristol & Gloucester reachable within the hour.
Award winning food and drink
We pride ourselves on our locally sourced fresh food, cooked on site. With something for everyone at lunch, dinner or something in between. Our extensive menus change seasonally and offer daily specials.
An extensive bar hosting a wide selection of real ales, ciders, soft drinks and a fantastic wine list.
A childrenʼs menu as well as vegetarian and allergy friendly dishes offer great choice for all – served 7 days a week from 12 noon.
Stuck for A Gift Idea?
You can also buy The Anchor Inn gift cards, a great way to spoil a friend or loved-one. Available in a range of denominations depending on your budget.
For Anchor Inn Gift Cards call into the pub, give us a call or drop us an email.
Three Circular Walks from The Anchor
Brockweir and the Wye
3 miles: Fairly easy
Along and across the Wye to a historic English village, returning via woodland.
The Angidy valley
3¾ miles: Fairly easy
Woodland walking and industrial heritage on a walk with several options for short-cuts.
Offa’s Dyke and the Devil’s Pulpit
5½ miles: Moderate
Outward along an old tramway, with a high-level return offering fabulous views.
Bring your four-legged friends
Looking for somewhere to eat with friends and family but don’t want to leave your dog at home?
Looking for somewhere to relax with great food & drink after a day out exploring with your four-legged friend?
Bring your dog with you to The Anchor Inn
*Dogs are allowed in the pub garden and the bar area and must be kept on a lead. Please mention you have a dog when making a booking.
"Lunch stop - After visiting Dean Heritage Centre decided to go to Tintern for lunch. The restaurant was busy and told we would have to wait 45 minutes which wasn’t a problem. However the food came out quite quickly. The tuna mayonnaise ciabatta with salad was lovely. Lovely place to sit outside and relax and as we had a three year old with us she was able to go to the adventure park area."
"Dog friendly pub - We visited one afternoon for a pint, very friendly, welcoming dogs and children. Good selection of well kept local beer on tap. Returned for evening meal the next day, generous portions, excellent menu and attentive staff"
"Child friendly - fab food - great staff - The day after a bank holiday you would expect The Anchor to be busy and it was. But even though the queue was long, the weather was gorgeous and the staff were cheerful and hard working. Maria in particular was super-friendly and super helpful. Our 3 year old had a fab time in the playground, and the chicken fajitas were to die for! It was jam packed inside and they were incredibly busy - it's very difficult to keep a smile on your face when your establishment is that crowded - but all the staff were ace. 10/10 would recommend to all!"
"Delicious food, amazing view, family friendly, gluten-free friendly!! - I don’t normally write reviews, but I also don’t normally go back to the same restaurant two days in a row on holiday because they’re so great. I would highly recommend The Anchor Inn for families, and anyone with food sensitivities. The staff is lovely, and they even have a playground for the littles."
"Thank you to the Anchor and all the chefs and waiting staﬀ for our lovely Mother's Day meal, all 18 of us really enjoyed it. We all felt really spoilt, thank you."
"The food was sooo tasty, Deﬁnitely will recommend to all my friends"
"Cider mill over our dinner table! Great food and service!"
"Amazing pub we found by chance on an excursion in the snow. Staff were absolutely fabulous and so lovely."
"Love this place, the food is the best and reasonably priced, lovely atmosphere and staff are really friendly. Looks amazing now it’s been refurbished too."
"Had a lovely lamb Sunday dinner here, friendly staff and quick service despite how busy they were..very welcoming for our dog too, just what we needed after a long walk to devils pulpit..highly recommend"
"It's our favourite place to eat! Came on Mother's Day, which was our first visit since refurb and it's absolutely amazing! Food was as delicious as always and service was excellent as always."
"I took a minibus with 14 people to visit the Abbey grounds and in particular this excellent Pub/Restaurant the staff were very friendly and helpful despite the fact it was busy. My whole group commented positively on the whole afternoon. Well recommended."
"The service and the food were wonderful. The new layout is absolutely brilliant and literally took my breath away. What an improvement!"