Located on the Surrey, Sussex, Hants borders, one mile north of Haslemere, The Wheatsheaf Inn is a country pub in a distinctive 1900 Edwardian building, maintained to the very highest standard.
Tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished throughout, there is a cosy, traditional bar with separate restaurant and patio areas.
Ken, Di and their staff offer customers efficient service in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere allowing you to enjoy any occasion. Take pleasure in Cask Marque certified quality real ale, from brewers local and afar, or taste some New and Old World wines from our comprehensive list.
Our chefs, Adam, Paul and Pedro, take pride in delivering freshly cooked, award winning food, ranging from traditional pub fare to àla carte dining.
You can choose to dine with us in the traditional bar, in our air-conditioned restaurant or on the patio area.
We welcome group bookings and can cater for parties of up to 45 people with a tailor made menu to suit your event, please contact us for details.
We offer an extensive menu to cater for all tastes and regularly update our Specials Board to offer our visitors an exceptional dining experience.
A tasty childrens menu is also available and we also have a take away menu offering the best take away menu in the area including beer battered hake and O’Hagan’s sausages.
The New Wheatsheaf Hotel was opened in 1904 by the Surrey Public Trust Co. Ltd. Before this the old Wheatsheaf Inn had been across the road for at least 150 years at what is now a private house called Hawks Stoop.
It was here Lord Tennyson is reputed to have sometimes joined the locals for a glass of ale having walked from his home in Blackdown.