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Wheatsheaf Inn, Marsh Green

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user reviews of the Wheatsheaf Inn, Marsh Green

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Sadly, completely closed and no sign of re-opening! Another "good'un" bites the dust!
fellwalker - 30 Jul 2015 18:45
Now CLOSED for redevelopment.
lynx - 16 Jul 2014 23:23
Went here on a stormy Wednesday with 11 walkers, bar was deserted when we walked in and it was a while before anyone appeared to serve us. Larkins, Harveys and High Weald beers on, I had the Larkins which was excellent. Food was good and cheap. Building itself is in need of some serious TLC and they could do with some more staff but overall a nice pub.
alan_From_SAWW - 18 Dec 2013 16:52
Chav + chav dog and loud East London accents probably marred our visit. Whole pub stopped when my mate walked in. Interesting interior though and drinks were fine.
filf - 1 Sep 2013 20:25
What a cracking pub!
We popped in for a couple of pints and I didn't want to leave. I was drinking Harveys Lewes Castle Brown Ale which was superb. The building has a lovely, warm feel to it and a nicely tucked away sports bar for those of interest. This did not detract in any way from the rest of the pub. We chose to sit in the garden to the rear which is massive. The staff were very pleasant.
BiffoBeer - 22 Aug 2011 10:58
A traditional Kentish village pub, with a well-preserved interior comprising two bars plus a back room (together with a dining area in a modern extension). There is also a beer garden to one side plus a couple of benches out the front. Perhaps I was unlucky as only three of the nine handpumps were in use when I last visited, but my pint of the local Larkins (3.20) was first class (with Harveys and Westerham Summer Perle also available). NB - If walking from one of the stations in Edenbridge, there is a reasonable footpath (SR617) running between the side of the cottage hospital and the back of the green at Marsh Green which avoids the busy roads when the footways run out.
rpadam - 29 Aug 2010 21:13
Has many ales and cider, arguably the best range for miles.
But the pub looks mucky and the empty beer barrels and crud lying around outside for years puts off most people from stopping.
Only for the real ale anoraks, otherwise avoid.
qualityhound - 9 Jul 2010 11:46
A welcome return to a pub that is always a winner. Great range of beers and good food. Congratulations on receiving the 15 continous years in the Good Beer Guide certificate. it is one of the few pubs that I make sure I will have a real cider.
KentishScot - 11 May 2009 13:06
Our coach was refused an early entry to the Royal Oak in Crockham hill so I suggested the Wheatsheaf as an alternative. I have known the guvnor Neil for nigh thirty years, it was nice to see that he was keeping well. Six damn fine beers on pump, Knots of May ( Harvey's Mild) and the Roosters got the vote as being unsurpassably excellent. Brian the funniest barman in Britain has sadly left and has had serious health problems.
slerpy - 3 May 2009 19:00
Good food, good beer, nice welcome.

For God's sake though, don't walk back to Edenbridge down that main road after dark!

Get a cab.

Dan137 - 18 May 2008 01:00
20 minute walk from Edenbridge Town & watch yourself on Marsh Green Rd, the cars can arrive at speed. First impression was not particularly welcoming but that changed when the barman took time out to talk about their beers & even local micros (eg Larkins, Chiddingstone). Very much a local regulars haunt, very dog friendly, details showing nearby point-to-point in which one of the lady customers was due to ride. Attractive interior, light wood floor, real fire, good menu but too long (keep it short & freshly cooked). Now then - Harvey's Sussex, Mild, Porter, Everard's Tiger, Cotleigh Harrier Lite (3.5%) from Somerset, Westerham Freedom Ale, Biddenden's (8%) cider on draught. Shame they had to have Neighbours showing on tv in back room but mercifully inaudible in bar.
trainman - 29 Mar 2007 10:31
a delightful pub. excellent food, good staff, friendly atmosphere, cosy interior. an excellent example of what a pub should be.
karenbranagh - 6 Mar 2007 00:17
Good value, wide ranging menu. Good beers. Had a very pleasant Sunday lunch here.
Psi - 22 Feb 2007 11:52
Large selection of real ales.

Great food from snacks to meals lunchtime or evenings.

Quiz and poker nights

Beer Garden and large car park

Near Hever Castle and Lingfield Racecourse
planegaz - 15 Feb 2007 10:00

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