skip nav  
 

The Wheatsheaf, Shrewsbury - pub details

Wheatsheaf

Address: 50, High St, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 1ST [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20352) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Shrewsbury (0.4 miles)

Are you the Licensee? Click here.

> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 31 users)
> Hotels nearby: Search
> Log in to rate this pub or upload a picture of it.
> Post a comment > Mail a friend

other pubs nearby:

Golden Cross Hotel, Shrewsbury (0.0 miles), Old Post Office, Shrewsbury (0.0 miles), Three Fishes, Shrewsbury (0.0 miles), Cromwells Bar, Shrewsbury (0.1 miles), Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Wheatsheaf, Shrewsbury

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

5 most recent reviews of 29 shown - see all reviews

Proper pub, traditional & comfy; does not have a smoking area but tables placed out front. Landlord was ok. 6 ales on, I had the Batemans ''Texan Triple Hop'' [nice hoppy beer].
alehippy - 17 Sep 2017 18:17
First review for a few years and I have to say the staff were anything but bored. Only had one pint here but it was a pleasant atmosphere and if I'd had more time I'd have definitely stayed longer.
manontrain - 14 Feb 2017 15:29
Was recommended The Wheatsheaf by a local. Regretfully a poor suggestion. Beer average, staff bored and uninterested. Reasonably comfortable place, but there are better.
PhilE - 3 Oct 2013 18:49
Having lived opposite this pub for months, the unfortunate truth is that its a place to avoid at night. They have bands (or acts) on Wednesday through to Sunday who are invariably as low brow as you can imagine and very noisy. You wouldn't be able to hear yourself think never mind talk to each other. Imagine trying to talk to someone over a pint while a man in his mid-fifties is straining at the top of his voice to sing 'American Pie'. Yes, it's really that bad. The bands occupy half the pub and as so many of them are acoustic acts that would be hear easily, it's a mystery why they have to be amplified to 11.
tinyclaw - 31 Jul 2013 22:15
Reasonable selection of real ales but somewhat limited in that all from the Marstons 'stable' so usual suspects such as Sneck Lifter and Cumberland Ale represented. None of them bad ales by any means but all a little predictable. Friendly comfortable pub though and on the night we visited we were treated to top quality live music from a local blues band.
Dag_Grevin - 5 Apr 2012 21:51

see more reviews
 

got anything to say about this pub?

Please read our reviews policy before posting.
Only registered users can post reviews. Please log in. If you don't have an account yet, register here.