The Wheatsheaf Inn
About The Wheatsheaf Inn
Lynne and Graham moved into the Wheatsheaf on the 6th of October 2008. The Wheatsheaf has stood at the heart of the Wetheral community since the beginning of the 19th century. The Wheatsheaf Inn was open for much of the 19th century, surviving when many other public house in Wetheral where closed. The Wheatsheaf came under state control in 1916 until its sale in 1973.
The Village Of Wetheral
The Village of Wetheral is just a couple of miles from Carlisle in the north of Cumbria sits the thriving and rather affluent village of Whetheral. less than that from the A69 Carlisle to Newcastle route, and has a station on the railway line linking those two cities – it is not surprising that Wetheral, while still nominally a village, has evolved into a commuter town for Carlisle.
Wheatsheaf is about value for money, your need to escape, to relax and enjoy,somewhere where the food is traditonal and comforting, all home on site using nothing but fresh local produce.