The Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
West Perry, Perry, Nr. Huntingdon, PE28 0BX
A good breakfast is the only way to start a successful day - thankfully The Wheatsheaf serve theirs throughout, ensuring that both early risers and those partial to a lie-in are provided for and no-one has to miss out on their most important meal. Lunchtimes see baked potatoes, sandwiches and baguettes all prepared fresh for the hungry midday diners who come in search of a pick-me-up.

As the evening grows near, the enticing aromas of steak and ale casserole bubbling on the stove, herb scones baking and Lancashire hotpot cooking in the oven emanate from the busy kitchen, where the chefs have been hard at work creating traditional fare from scratch. The meals maintain a high standard without being fussy and are great value for money. A popular watering hole, The Wheatsheaf is proud of its well-kept, cleverly stocked bar. The range of good-quality real ales and large yet carefully selected wine list are among the many reasons locals keep coming back and travellers from across the country continue to drop by.

The Wheatsheaf stands just where you'd expect any great British pub to be: at the heart of a rural, picturesque village. It's well-positioned as a base for the many walkers and cyclists that Perry attracts, as well as the boaters and fly-fishers that visit for nearby Grafham Water.
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