A charming country pub near Salisbury
Nestled in the Woodford Valley between Salisbury and Stonehenge, the Wheatsheaf is the epitome of a traditional English country pub.
Ideal for walkers, the pub not only has its own pub walk, but is only two miles from the original Salisbury Cathedral, which was was located on top of Old Sarum, as well as just a few miles up the valley from Amesbury, which is one of the oldest known human settlements in England, due to the river Avon, which never freezes even in the harshest winters.
Starting life as a modest valley farm house in the mid 1600’s, the original building has been extended at least five times and now boasts roaring log fires and oak beams, ideal for those long winter evenings, as well as a beautiful garden, which comes into its own during the summer.
Monday to Saturday: 11am to 10pm
Sunday: 12 noon to 10pm
“You’ll remember me when the west wind moves upon the fields of barley. You’ll forget the sun in his jealous sky as we walk in fields of gold”
Fancy trying a Ginger Spritz or even a warm G&T this Winter? Or perhaps you’d like to stick with a classic such as Mulled Cider. Whatever your tipple, we’ve got you covered.See drinks menu
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