Pubs of Burnham-on-Crouch
The Railway Hotel - Station Rd.
Jenny & Colin Newcombe have owned the Railway Hotel for a number of years totally renovating and massively improving the pub making it into a thriving Hotel with bar and cafe downstairs.
01621 786 868
The New Welcome Sailor - Station Rd
The new landlord Kenny has been in the New Welcome Sailor a few months now and is making some good changes and is getting some life back into the pub with regular live music and poker on Sundays. (Of which I've forgotten about again)
"Alfred Parker, who had the pub built, was my great-grandfather. He was born in 1861 and died in December 1904 (the family story is that he died from injuries suffered while trying to throw a drunk out of the pub). Abigail Jane Parker was his wife who took over the business when she was widowed. She was born in 1864 and died in 1921 (these dates can be seen on Alfred Parker's gravestone in Burnham-on-Crouch Cemetery). On her death, the pub passed to their second son Jim (the eldest son having emigrated to Australia). I thought he kept it on until after the war, maybe up 'til the 1950s when he sold it to Ind Coop." Kim Parker
The Star Inn - High Street.
Andy and his company have owned the Star Inn for over 20 years and also own the Rio cinema in the town as well.
Ye Olde White Harte - The Quay
The Ye Olde White Harte is a 17th Century hostelry complete with original beams and fireplaces.
Located on the quay behind the high street and built in the 1600’s the White Harte retains much of the character in its public rooms and bedrooms.
John Lewis and his staff offer you a friendly welcome accompanied by excellent food and luxurious accommodation in historic setting.
01621 782 106
A famous pirate during the reign of Elizabeth I was "Fiddler the Pirate". After a successful career Fiddler was captured by the authorities whilst staying at the Ye Olde White Harte Hotel Inn, Burnham. He was later executed and hung in chains at land now known as Fiddlers Point.
The Anchor Hotel - The Quay.
The Anchor has new landlords and will be re opening soon it previously had a good reputation for its food and out of all the pubs has probably the best location but out of all of them was most in need of a revamp and lets hope the new landlords use its full potential.
The Queens Head - Providence Rd.
Jim and Lin Morton run the pub with there son Andy an avid Spurs fan, The Queens Head is a traditional real ale pub that has won numerous awards and holds a beer festival August Bank Holiday weekened.
Food is available at all times home cooked by the landlord and his wife. Darts and pool table available also dogs are welcome.
The Ship Inn - High Street.
Charlie has been in the The Ship Inn for coming up a year now and has had a mixed time with people who bought a house near to a pub that had been there for hundreds of years moaning about the noise give me a break you new where you were buying your house, the man's got to earn a living and it was 10x worse when the Indian lounge was in full swing.
The Victoria Inn - Belvedere Rd.
Nick and Irene Rogers have run The Victoria Inn for a number of years and it is the only real football pub in the town so if you want to watch the football at the weekend or weekday evening then The Vic is the place to watch it and for the bhigger games the big screen comes down in the larger bar.
Karaoke is on every other Thursday, live music on Saturday nights, quiz nights, Live Sky Sports, Pool/Dars teams.
Good home cooked food made from local produce is served everyday from 1200 until 1445 with a vast menu and included vegetarian options.