The Wheatsheaf Inn was
originally a public house but now operates as a fully licensed Guesthouse & Restaurant
offering more than its fair
share of warmth and character. The lounge and restaurant are
open to non-residents who are welcome to simply drop in for a quiet
drink and a chat or spend a pleasant evening dining. Our
restaurant will open outside of our advertised hours for advance
dinner party bookings of 8 or 10. These bookings must be
secured by a deposit at time of booking.
Tony and Stella, along with their two
young sons, look forward to welcoming you to enjoy the traditional
ambience offered at The Wheatsheaf all year round. We offer a
high standard of freshly cooked good quality food and aim to offer
friendly personal service to boot. Our 2008 Quality in Tourism
report states: "Guests can expect a warm welcome, with personal
service and hospitality offered throughout the stay from the
resident proprietors. Service is efficient and attentive,
guest satisfaction an obvious priority here at The Wheatsheaf Inn."
STATEMENT AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
Please scroll down for "the small print".
FOOD AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS DAILY
OR GROUP DINNER BOOKINGS
Monday to Thursday
Lunch - Closed
Evening - Open from 6pm
Lunch - Please book
EVENING - Open from 6pm
LUNCH - 12 noon - 3pm
PLEASE BOOK MEALS TO AVOID
on 01485 570282 or Email Us
Below are a few of the comments made by guests
following a stay The Wheatsheaf Inn Guesthouse & Restaurant
We had a
wonderful stay - the bedroom was beautiful and want the bathroom in my house.
Everyone we met were so friendly and kind and couldn't fault anything at all.
Will definitely come again and recommend to friends.
Karen & Lynn, Wigan
14 July 2021
were really clean, bright and welcoming. I
liked the fact taht we had fresh milk - a lovely
touch. Open friendly, relaxded and comfortable
atmosphere. Although we were only on a short
visit it didn't feel like we were only passing
through, but staying with people we knew rather than
at a hotel. Trout cooked to perfection!
Michele duSaire and Geraldine Shearer, Hertfordshire
14 July 2021
Excellent facilities -
especially child-minding! Your boys are lovely
young chaps and the enjoyment levels
for our young
ones and therefore ourselves was great.
Christine & Noel Cantwell, Hertfordshire
6 July 2021
Very spacious, well equipped rooms. Very
comfortable. You were quick to act on any
issues - eg door handle. Consideration shown -
eg in providing fresh milk. You have high
standards of cuisine.
5 July 2021
A very pleasant and comfortable stay with excellent food - recommendable.
Mr & Mrs J Darlow, Bedfordshire
29 June 2021
friendly service. Room lovely.
Breakfasts superb and evening meals also - both in
quality, quantity and presentation.
Nanetta Pearson, Surrey
27 May 2022
A friendly enjoyable stay. Food excellent. Room very comfortable.
Jack Harper, Warwickshire
27 May 2022
food and even greater service in a very relaxed and
friendly atmosphere. You come away feeling
more than just a guest.
Andrew Ward, Pirton, Herts
6 April 2022
Thank you for a relaxing and enjoyable stay we had on the 16th and 17th April - fantastic after a hard days spotting wildlife! We will be keeping your details for any future visits to Norfolk.
Andy and Amanda Crofts, West Yorkshire
17 April 2022
stay, great room and lovely food. Helpful
hosts and hospitable. Thank you.
"Ravensleigh" Grenfell, Australia, NSW
30 August 2021
Excellent stay - room, food and company all
fantastic. Thank you!
Jo & Steve Hancock
17 July 2021
host. Great food. Room excellent.
Very enjoyable stay.
Mike and Bernie Wilkins, Ipswich
10 June 2022
Payment, Cancellation &
card is needed to secure your booking. No payment is taken from
this card unless you ask us to, or the booking is cancelled
within the seven days leading up to arrival or you do not show,
or you use the card to pay on departure.
If you are unable
to secure the booking with a credit/debit card then we require a
cheque/postal order/bankers draft for the full amount of the
stay (cheques only accepted 14 days in advance of booking). We
will then send confirmation once the money has cleared. If a cheque used to cover payment is
returned, we will cancel the booking and seek recovery of bank
charges (£25). If the booking is cancelled in the seven days
leading up to arrival or you do not show, we reserve the right
to retain full payment.
We take all
bookings in good faith, but once a booking has been received and
confirmed the booking becomes a contract. As such we will seek
to recover the cost of the booking through the small claims
court and will also include the fee charged to us to pursue
payment if we cannot obtain payment from a credit/debit card or
cheque provided at the time of booking.
We are unable to accept
Children are welcome.
Your room will be
available from 4.00 pm on the day of arrival. Should you
require earlier access (ie to leave your luggage etc/make initial
contact) then please talk to us and we will do our
best to assist. You will be issued a set of keys when you
register on arrival. You have full responsibility of these keys for
the duration of your stay. Lost keys will be charged at £10 per set.
Please vacate your room
by 10.30am on the day of departure to allow us time to make it ready
for the next guests.
Damages and Breakages
We do not accept any
responsibility for loss or damage to guests’ personal effects or
property whilst staying at The Wheatsheaf Inn Guesthouse &
Restaurant. We appreciate that even on holiday accidents do
happen and we would request that any breakages or damage in the room
are advised to us. Where items are damaged in a manner that is
not through normal use, or items are stolen, then we will seek to
reclaim costs to replace the items.
Please note that we are
a Non-Smoking guesthouse. We reserve the right to seek
compensation (including consequential loss) for any damage and
additional costs of cleaning (such as curtains etc) caused by a
guest 'Smoking' within the guesthouse. Consequential costs may be
incurred where it is not possible to remove the smell of smoke from
a room prior to the arrival of the next guest who subsequently
demands compensation from ourselves.