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Wheatsheaf Inn

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Certificate of Excellence2017 - 2018 Winner
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Special Occasion Dining, Romantic, Groups, Bar Scene, Business meetings

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About
The Wheatsheaf Inn is a friendly, traditional pub and restaurant at the heart of the Woodhouse Eaves community. The inn dates back to the 18th century and used to be a meeting place for the local slate miners, when it was know as the 'Slate Splitters Arms'. The character of the building and courtyard can still be felt today - the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere still hold true too. Its rural location on the edge of the village makes it the perfect place for friends, families, dog walkers, riders and visitors from near and far to share a hearty meal or a cooling drink. We can sit groups of many sizes and our spacious interior has a wealth of cosy corners to escape into. There's nothing quite
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner
CUISINES
Bar, British, Pub
FEATURES
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After visiting Bradgate Park, on recommendation, we found the Wheatsheaf Inn at Woodhouse Eves for a light lunch. We arrived slightly later than the lunch time rush (it gets very popular and booking is recommended). There was a warm welcome from all staff, an open...More

Date of visit: March 2019
Thank MarionD781
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Sunday roast beef can vary so much but this was great quality, succulent and tasty. Freshly roasted potatoes, not frozen. Gluten free gravy and yorkshire puddings available. A pot of mixed vegetables per person, perfectly cooked including wonderful cauliflower in sauce. The fussy eater with...More

Date of visit: March 2019
Thank Rose2009_9
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to the Wheatsheaf for a small family celebration. The food was really tasty with some really nice specials on the menu. Very knowledgable staff - good understanding of beers and even samples to make sure the one you chose was right for you....More

Date of visit: February 2019
Thank romancrimeblogger
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Excellent service - we hadn't been to the Wheatsheaf for a while and glad we came for a an evening meal and met the new Landlady. I said we'd send a positive review after enjoying a lovely fish pie / beef pie meal last Friday...More

Date of visit: February 2019
Thank RogW2018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I picked the Wheatsheaf Inn for a birthday lunch with my husband because it has a good selection of real ales and plenty of options to make meals gluten-free. It didn't disappoint. The service was excellent. The beer was good, my husband had a pint...More

Date of visit: February 2019
Thank pattersa
Reviewed 4 February 2019

The staff welcome you back like you are close friends but we don't go there all the time - we like to spread our favours. Such a friendly and welcoming group of staff. The food was really good, tasty, well cooked and enjoyable. Good value...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank Jay W
Reviewed 3 February 2019

Do you want a pub that serves quality beer, serves good food & retains its character of a pub? Look no further! The Wheatsheaf has been able to achieve that Holy Grail of being an establishment one pops into for a beer without feeling ostracised...More

Date of visit: February 2019
Thank stevegibbons48
Reviewed 28 January 2019 via mobile

A large group (18 people) of us had a day of walking through Swithland Woods, Bradgate and Woodhouse Eaves. We had booked into the Wheatsheaf Inn (Bradgate room) and sat down to some lovely food and great service by very attentive staff. Well done everyone...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank hells60
Reviewed 24 January 2019 via mobile

After a great walk at nearby Beacon Hill we went to The Wheatsheaf for our lunch. We hadn't booked a table but the helpful bar staff found us one. My friends wanted for a traditional roast. I fancied a roast too, but meat free. This...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank Acw55
Reviewed 16 January 2019 via mobile

Second visit to this lovely country pub and same result, ignored at the bar until locals arriving after us were served. Ordered 2 meals which were acceptable but nothing special for the price paid. A group of locals using foul language very loudly were the...More

Date of visit: January 2019
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I had a delicious cold seafood platter last Sunday which had prawns in it as well as potted crab mackerel smoked salmon & crayfish
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Hi, We were there in June 2014 -visiting from Canada - sent an email to head chef ahead of time re vegan and vegetarian options. Was surprised and impressed to receive a quick response telling us that it was not a problem... More
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