Visited for pub lunch. Nice garden so nicevtobeat outside. Reasonable choice on menu & quality & quantity good.
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The Wheatsheaf has been open since the 1700s, and the most recent landlords are giving it a lot of love and attention. They have several independent ales on tap, which is a big plus factor. We've had a vegetarian ploughman in the past which was...More
Lovely pub with a great garden, a large group of us visited on a Saturday evening to celebrate a birthday. Most of us required food but unfortunately were told that most of the food on the menu had run out. The only explanation given was...More
We gave driven through Maids Moreton over a hundred times over the past 40 years and never even noticed this pub. We only discovered it when a nearby pub we stopped at was not serving lunch and gave us the recommendation and directions. Its less...More
I thought the pub look rustic and full of village life promise. Certainly looks the part and has a nice beer garden to the rear. Also dedicated dining room. Interesting beers, good service, friendly staff but a bit on the pricey side.
Popped in to save cooking but will not be going again and at £40 for two mains and two drinks it would have been nice to be able to finish one of the plates of food
Had a superb lunch on Mothers Day in the conservatory. We had the belly pork roast with amazing crackling, and gorgeous veg. Will definitely visit again!
This pub is absolutely stunning with its oak beams,uneven floors and thatched roof the staff are excellent unfortunately I didn't try the food so cannot comment on it but I would love to come back here again