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The Hope and Anchor crowned Pub of the Year at Destination Lincolnshire Tourism Awards

Traditional charm meets modern excellence in North Lincolnshire's beloved pub
Ellis Karran

Ellis Karran

The Hope and Anchor crowned Pub of the Year at Destination Lincolnshire Tourism Awards

The Hope and Anchor in South Ferriby, North Lincolnshire, encapsulates the quintessential British pub experience while adding its unique flair. Set in a 19th-century building, the pub is helmed by Chef Patron Slawek Mikolajczyk who brings an unmatched zeal for quality and flavour to the table. His menus combine British classics with innovative culinary techniques, all backed by fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. But it's not just about the food; with a choice of local ales, a wide-ranging wine list, and bespoke cocktails, the pub also serves as a sanctuary for those looking to unwind. 

This exceptional establishment is deeply rooted in its community, offering more than just a place for a pint and a bite. From couples and families to corporate events, The Hope and Anchor caters to a diverse clientele, delivering a genuinely warm and welcoming atmosphere. Easy motorway access has turned it into a national gem, drawing patrons from across the country. The establishment's ethos revolves around four key pillars: quality, added value, staff welfare, and sustainable practices. This is apparent in everything from the customer service to the focus on reducing waste by using 100% of whole animals in their culinary offerings.

The pub is also committed to growth and improvement. Whether it's adapting to digital trends with a user-friendly website, investing in staff training, or adopting eco-friendly practices, The Hope and Anchor continually sets the bar high in the hospitality sector. Its impressive bedroom occupancy ratio and dedicated team of 42 staff members reflect its operational excellence.

So, whether you're a local or a visitor, The Hope and Anchor offers an experience that combines quality, community, and conscience, making it a deserving winner of the Pub of the Year award.