The Wheatsheaf Inn

About the Wheatsheaf

 

The Wheatsheaf Inn is at the heart of the beautiful flint downland village of Willingdon. the first of a chain of such villages stretching the length of the south downs. Originally two flint cottages, the pub has over the centuries been modified and extended to give us the old English pub, full of charm and character that is enjoyed by so many today.

 

With good quality, hearty pub food served in a warm and friendly environment, you can really make a night of it at the Wheatsheaf Inn. The staff are chatty and always happy to engage in conversation, eager to make your afternoon or evening a real pleasure.

 

We regularly host live music events, don't miss the open mic night every Wednesday and look out for our Saturday night music and special events. We vary our diary with a veriety of entertaining events like Morris Dancing for May Day, Barrel Rolling on August bank holiday, Meat Raffle, Food Taster Days and other festivites. We host events in conjunction with St Marys Church at the end of the road and consider ourselves a good old fashioned village pub with a real sense of community.

 

We also have a great range of beer and ales of offer, not to mention an array of spirits and soft drinks. All at great prices. Come and join the community that is...... The Wheatsheaf Inn.

 

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Reviews

great food

Jackie Edwards

I spent a late summerís afternoon searching for a decent pub in Eastbourne.

Unknown

Very friendly atmosphere, you can come here and be guaranteed to see a friendly face.

Alexandra Stanley

The pub has a great feel with a vast selection of alcoholic beverages.

Dean Buckley

A lovely quaint little pub in a lovely little village.

Joanne Sansom

Always something going on at The Wheatsheaf! 10 out of 10 - Not a bad word to say!!!

Harry Gent

Great pub

Adrian Davis

Lovely pub

Rex Ward

We've found a great new place.

Frances Clark

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