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The Anchor Inn

iconMotorhome Pub Stopover
Tintern, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom, NP16 6TE

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http://www.theanchortintern.co.uk/
Bookings@TheAnchorTintern.com
01291 689582
Open from Jan to Dec
£3 or free if using the pub.

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Review by: powerjen
Visit date: Sep 2017
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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We stayed here 2 nights and ate in the pub both nights. It's a fantastic location as everyone has said. Had 2 lovely walks, one along the disused railway then up onto Offas dike along to the Devils pulpit where there is an amazing view of the Abbey.
I should think the car park gets really busy in the summer. The pub advised us to stay in the car park in front of the pub and not the actual Abbey car park.
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Review by: frankieandrich
Visit date: Aug 2017
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Perfect stopover location - plenty of flat parking spaces to choose from in choice of 3 carparks. Several other campervans so in good company! Good dog walking options in the immediate vicinity. Enjoyed our meal in the pub ( sat in bar area so we could have the dogs with us), and thought excellent value. Such friendly helpful staff. Peaceful nights sleep with no noise from the fairly close by main road. Will definitely be visiting again.
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Review by: heatherstedman
Visit date: Jul 2017
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10
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Great location, brilliant walks. Good food, quiet location. Park for children, sat in our deck chairs eating ice cream from the shop watching a game of cricket in the sun. Very relaxing. All reviews read are excellent.
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Review by: kath22
Visit date: Jun 2017
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10
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What a great stop! Nice and flat carpark and fantastic views! Beautiful pub and amazing food! Lovely and quiet all night. Public toilets are open in the day!
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Review by: eva1234
Visit date: Jun 2017
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10
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My first ever try at a pub stop over. I feel very lucky to have chosen this venue in this location... Wow. Amazing place to stay. Lovely Abbey, great food and lovely river walks. Perfect. I'm defo coming back!
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Review by: mayn
Visit date: May 2017
Unit type: Large Motorhome over 8m
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A very good motorhome stop which we stayed at on a Sunday night over the bank holiday. Useful to know that the Anchor stops serving food at 6pm on a Sunday. There was plenty of room available on the grassed area on the left side of the access road opposite the Abbey. There are some very scenic walks from here which gives some great views across the Wye Valley, some can be quite strenuous but well worth the effort. There is a parking charge of £3 between 8.00am and 6pm which can be refunded against purchases in the Anchor or the gift shop - brilliant value!!
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Review by: ninkasi
Visit date: May 2017
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Other reviewers seemed to have said it all. Delightful historic pub - good beer but not the cheapest pint around and a good and varied food menu (allergy friendly). Nice flat car park busy during the day but almost empty in the evening which makes arriving around teatime best option and you have a good parking spot to leave the van next day (£3 for whole day which is refundable in the pub or cafe). Buses between Monmouth and Chepstow run hourly and stop nearby - half fare with english bus pass unless you are travelling from Wales to England or vice versa - we paid one way but not the other. The car parks say "no overnight parking" but this is tolerated as long as you make sure to patronise the pub. There are no nasty clauses about parking wholely inside the bays/white lines or paying for 2 bays :-). It would be awful to loose this overnight stop so my request is please don't abuse it.
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Review by: mumju
Visit date: Mar 2017
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Stayed on the grass area. Beautiful spot by the Abbey. Paid £3 which was taken off the bill in the pub but it can also be taken off your bill in the tea rooms. Public toilets are open to use. Probably wouldn't want or be able to stay overnight in the summer or would have to arrive when the car park is empty. Lovely walk by the river and the village.
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Review by: cleaky
Visit date: Feb 2017
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We stayed here for the night and were made.to feel really welcome. The food is very nice and reasonably priced. The public toilets are clean stay open all night and have running hot water
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Review by: jod404
Visit date: Oct 2017
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Plenty of parking, free after 6pm but gets really busy during the day,we stayed early October sun was out the place was very busy! Good atmosphere in pub/ cafe. We redeemed our £3parking charge in pub but food was not value for money, we had Sunday roast and were disappointed at the lack of vegetables, quite
important when you're vegeterian...ice cream parlour opposite was nice. Be prepared to be woken up by dog walkers and coach loads of people. Nice spot though,lovely walks and a good day out
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Review by: simonp
Visit date: Sep 2016
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We've stayed here twice, very friendly welcome and excellent food & beer. Free parking (fee refunded with purchase at the inn) in the adjacent car park. Right on the doorstep of Tintern Abbey ruins, a fascinating place to visit. Scenic walks a-plenty. Can get very busy during the day in the summer, but shouldn't have trouble finding parking overnight.
Public toilets nearby open 24hrs.
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Review by: bigcats30
Visit date: Nov 2016
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8.5
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Cracking spot to stay for a night or two, quite busy in the day (Even for Nov) but at night its perfectly quiet. Cafe, Pub and things to see. Parking is £3 but get the money back in the Pub.....Lots of signs saying no over night parking but Pub (who own the Carpark) say ignore. Public toilets are open all night. Wifi is a bit hit and miss (on 3)
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Review by: bats
Visit date: Jan 2015
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We rang the Anchor public house beforehand and made sure it was ok to stay overnight on the carpark. We booked a table in the restaurant and quite honestly its one of the best meals we have had for a long time. Excellent food and terrific value for money.
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Review by: admin
Visit date: Jun 2014
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Not an official motorhome stopover but overnighting is tolerated if using the local facilities. Parking is in the pay and display car park that is shared between Tintern Abbey and the Anchor Inn and overlooks the River Wye. The charge is £3 from 08:00 to 18:00 but this is refunded against any purchase at either the Anchor Inn or the Visitors centre. There is a public toilet block adjacent to the car park that is also open during the day. 
We arrived near 7pm on Friday evening and the car park was virtually empty part from one other MH and a few cars. As there were no signs of the car park becoming busy we parked in two bays. We went for an evening meal at the Anchor and asked if it was ok to stop over night and they assured us it was fine as were using the facilities. Meal was lovely and reasonably priced. Night time was really quiet with no road noise. In the morning we moved the van to one of the few spots suitable for larger MH's where you can park and still occupy one bay. 
There are some great walks from Tintern and the views are fantastic of the valley and Abbey ruins.
There is limited GPRS mobile, but free Wifi is available in the Anchor Inn. There are also a few BT with FON spots but unfortunately we were unable to connect to any of these even using the wifi booster. 
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