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The Wheatsheaf Inn, Burn - pub details

Address: Main Road, Burn, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 8LJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5356) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Selby (2.9 miles), Hensall (3.8 miles), Whitley Bridge (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.6/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Swan Inn, Brayton (1.3 miles), Jug Inn, Chapel Haddlesey (1.7 miles), Fox, Thorpe Willoughby (2.0 miles)


user reviews of the Wheatsheaf Inn, Burn

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Previous positive comments are stil valid for the York CAMRA Pub of the Year 2014. John Smiths Cask and one from Timothy Taylor's (Boltmaker) are still the regular ales with Theakston's Cresset, Caledonian's Flying Dutchman, Daleside's Blonde and Goose Eye's Blackmoor the guest ales on Friday (although the last three had been changed for different offerings by Saturday evening). All the pints I tried over my two visits were in excellent condition. Food was excellent with large portions at good prices and the welcome was very friendly. An excellent pub.
paul_d102 - 31 Mar 2014 21:08
High quality pub. 4 consistently well kept guest ales plus 2 permanents. A wide choice of other drinks for the non-real ale drinkers. Food three nights a week is good value and enjoyable in a pub grub style. The pub is nearly always busy and illustrates if you offer the right thing then the pub trade is still viable. Well worth a visit if you've never been.
coverpoint - 27 Apr 2010 11:19
i will always love this pub, if you are in the local area its a must visit a british pub at its best
thetwococks - 17 Apr 2010 00:22
Excellent pub, great choice of beers and well kept. More pubs should be like this!
Dayoff - 1 Nov 2009 15:52
Extremely pleasant roadside pub on the A19 where it crosses the bland flat plain. Two rooms, one with a pool table and some seating, the other larger room with some bench seating and tables and chairs for dining although the food side is not too intrusive. Six handpumps serving “Locale” cask ales, John Smiths Cask, T. Taylors Best, and four guests, on this occasion Grantham Dark, Acorn Barnsley, Goose Eye Barmpot, and York Constantine, my Dark was excellent. Usual range of kegs: John Smith smooth, Carlsberg, Fosters, 1664, Stella, Guiness and Strongbow. The main bar is decorated with the traditional plates and pictures but has an interesting and eclectic collection of 'stuff'. There is a large collection of modern beer bottles but also drinking steins, mincers, woodwork tools, and more. There is a small library of Good Beer Guides and other books including the alluringly titled “Toilets of the World” and some children's books. The pool room has a small collection of RAF memorabilia commemorating crews stationed nearby during the Second World War. The staff and customers are friendly, and all the hallmarks of a good local pub are apparent here. 8/10

anonymous - 14 May 2009 18:29

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