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Think of the Wheatsheaf as a place to relax. For people looking for comfort to socialise where it is as much about drinking as eating think "The Wheatsheaf Inn".The Wheatsheaf is about value for money, your need to escape, to relax and enjoy, somewhere where the food is traditional and comforting, all homemade on site using nothing but fresh local produce. Enjoy the company of family and friends. Watch the latest sporting event on the large screens. It more than just a pub it is a time - honoured village pub at the heart of the local community
All reviews fish and chips fajitas lemon tart roast beef cumberland sausage salad king prawns the pub specials board football match friendly atmosphere roaring fire on spec excellent food sunday lunch good sized portions limited tables
We had a delicious dinner here, wish we had been staying longer in the village as there were other dishes on the menu we would like to have tried (steak pie at the next table looked so good). My husband had the steak and cleared...More
We stopped in Wetheral for a night on our way from the north of England to Glasgow, and decided to eat at the Wheatsheaf Inn. It was a cold night and we were given a table by the open fire. The staff and locals were...More
We have found this Inn quite a relaxed gem within the heart of Wetheral Village. Easy access when travelling in the area, away from crowds and traffic. Serving homestyle meals. They list meal also in smaller serves, which we especially find attractive at lunch time....More
This busy Inn is pleasant but a two course meal was very good and very poor. The first course, a soup, was first rate, but the second course, lasagne took too long in arriving on a cold plate and lacking flavour which was of Tmince...More
Last Sunday evening I ate at the Wheatsheaf. I had the roast beef special. This was one of the best cuts of beef I have ever had.
There were 4 thick slices of beef with gravy and Yorkshire pudding and a good selection of vegetables....More
Dined with a party of eight on a wet and miserable day in darkest December. The cheesecake was truly created by angels. Big slice, creamy, light in texture and really tasted like cheesecake. The salmon was fresh tasting and nicely cooked and the service was...More
We had the pleasure of staying in the village and found the Wheatsheaf a special place to visit - it will be a part of our travel memories for a long time. Happy and helpful staff, great local food, friendly service and we came back...More
While out with friends we had heard about the above being good,we decided to give a try.
Managed to get a table without booking and looked forward to meal.
The Soup was fantastic and thought things looking good our main courses came 30 minutes after...More
This is a public house with a limited number of tables and booking ahead is advised. The food was fresh, hot and well presented in a bar setting. On balance we felt the portion size of the vegetables was slightly short in the main meal...More