Telephone: 01726 860352
The Blue Anchor is an open-hearted and friendly pub at the centre of its community. The pub caters for everyone. There is a large "L"-shaped bar with fruit machines, a juke box, TV, pool table and darts. At the other end of the pub there is split-level drinking and dining area.
Popular with locals and visitors alike, it is renowned for its delicious freshly, prepared and locally sourced food and range of fine traditional ales. The pub is listed in the "Good Beer Guide".
The Inn is a popular choice for functions and family celebrations, includings weddings and christenings. We can provide a variety of buffet choices.
Our large car park and convenient location make us an ideal choice for coaches and also campervans. Coach parties can stop for a lunch or evening visit and holidaying-visitors are welcome to park overnight. Please contact us for more information.We look forward to welcoming you. Steve Brown and Pam Deaves.
Monday - Friday
Bar open: 12:00 - 2:30, Evenings: 6:00 - 12:00.
Food served 12:00 - 2:00. Food: 6:30 - 9:30
Bar open: 12:00 - 12:00
Food served: 12:00 - 2:00. Evenings: 6:30- 9:30
Food is served from 12.00 noon - 2.00pm and 6.00pm - 9.30pm everyday.
We cater for all children's needs.
All food is locally bought and freshly prepared.
We cater for all dietery needs and supply light bar snacks.
The Blue Anchor is in the history books for being on the Trafalgar way. The Trafalgar Way is the historic route used to carry news of the Battle of Trafalgar overland from Falmouth to the Admiralty in London. The first messenger in November 1805 was Lieutenant Lapenotiere, who reached Falmouth on 4 November. He then raced to London bearing the the momentous news of Lord Nelson's victory and death in the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805. Lieutenant Lapenotiere made the second stop of his 37 hour (271 miles) journey, here at The Blue Anchor.
Nightclubs in Newquay only 8 miles away and in St Austell only 6 miles away.
Fishing is available only 3 miles away. At one end of the bar we have fruit machines, juke box, TV, pool table and darts.
Gardens: We have a beer garden at the rear of the pub and in the summer we hold regular BBQs.
Walking: Lots of walks in the area.
Main access routes: The Blue Anchor is centrally situated in Cornwall. We are off the new A30 in the village of Fraddon,only 7 miles from Newquay and 8 miles from St Austell Bay. The main access road is the A39, the nearest railway station is St Austell only 8 miles away. The nearest airport is Newquay only 9 miles away.
Telephone: 01726 860352