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AboutThe Wheatsheaf Inn is probably the oldest public house in Wirral. Distinctive because of its thatched roof and black and white construction . Inside it offers olde worlde charm with its Inglenook fire places and general decor. It specialises in real ale offering a choice of at least 10.
The Chef Emma Wombwell has won Wirral's Chef of the Year competition 2 years consecutively and the restaurant has a comprehensive pub style lunch menu and in the evening fine dining from its A la carte menu and extensive range of international wines.
In the summer, because of its rural hamlet setting, it comes alive with the use of its beautiful garden and bistro patio area for alfresco eating and drinking.
It is ideally placed for all people from Wirral, Chester, Liverpool and North Wales because of its close proximity to the national motorway system. It is adviseable to book for the restaurant.
- Separate Bar
- Serve evening meal
- Serve lunch
Children & Infants
- Accept children all ages
- Garden/patio for guests use
- Al fresco dining
- In countryside
Map & Directions
|Open (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|