Wheatsheaf Inn - Open Again
Due to COVID-19, we have had to make some changes to how we serve food and drink. This means that the pub building is currently closed and we have had to move operations to outside. Scroll down to find out more.
Due to COVID-19, we have had to adapt the way we operate to ensure everyone is safe.
We've relocated to the garden where there is plenty of space to enjoy our food and drink safely in the sunshine.
Staff will serve you at your table from our new outside bar and our chefs will prepare a limited range of food from our new outdoor servery.
We are open on Friday and Saturday from noon. Come and see us.
Our food and drink
Our outdoor bar has a limited range of drinks which we'll serve at your table. You'll always find a locally brewed cask ale, a lager, a milk stout, a local cider and a selection of wines.
We'll happily serve your drinks in a large jug to cut down on contact and save you waiting for a top-up. This isn't advisable for wine and spirits (!).
There's always a drinks menu on hand so do pop in and see what's on offer each week.
We are currently open on Friday and Saturday for drinks only between 12.00-15.00. Food is available Friday and Saturday evening between 18.00 and 21.00.
Our garden menu offers a selection of burgers to enjoy. Our fish burger is a speciality. There's always a vegetarian option on offer as well. Your food order will be taken by a member of staff from your table. The menu opposite is a sample and will change from time to time and may feature some specials.
We recommend booking a table in advance, ring 01934 712346 to book. In order to maintain social distancing, we are taking orders and serving food and drink all at your table. We will also ask you to pay at your table, with card only. We are not able to keep tabs, so this may mean you will have to pay multiple times if you order more than once.
The changes we have made due to COVID-19
We are using the toilets in the pub, however, it is a one out one in policy. Please make sure you wash your hands thoroughly and avoid contact as much as possible when going to and coming from the toilet. There is also hand sanitiser available outside the toilet.