Set in a charming Cotswolds village, this stylishly decked out old coaching inn is a real hidden gem. In good weather, you'll want to grab a seat in the spacious gardens, but dining inside is no hardship. Choose between the cosy bar with its painted stone walls or the spacious main dining room with polished wood floors, rugs, open fireplace, button back leather banquettes, sturdy wooden chairs and some striking modern art. Heading up the kitchens is experienced and talented chef Anthony Ely, formerly of The Square and U2's The Clarence in Dublin who uses local seasonal produce from the best suppliers to create unpretentious rustic and delicious dishes.
Where is The Wheatsheaf Inn located?
Nestled deep within the quaint village of Northleach, the historic coaching inn may feel a million miles away from it all, but they're actually just a stone's throw away from some of the top places to visit in the Cotswolds.
What cuisine is on offer at The Wheatsheaf Inn?
The ever-changing menu features only the best of British ingredients in the current season, from delicately flavoured seafood and local games to the most decadent of puddings. Expect to see dishes like twice baked Cheddar soufflé with spinach and grain mustard and rump of Cotswold lamb with braised peas and lettuce and wild garlic pesto.
What makes a meal at The Wheatsheaf Inn unique?
The 17th-century coaching inn is more than just a Cotswold pub with rooms. Imagine roaring winter fires, beautiful gardens in summer and delicious seasonal fare, showcasing the very best the British countryside has to offer.