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The Wheatsheaf Inn, Grayswood - pub details

Address: Grayswood Road, Grayswood, Nr Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 2DE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13841) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Haslemere (1.5 miles), Witley (3.2 miles), Milford (5.1 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 7.6/10 (rated by 14 users)
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White Horse, Haslemere (1.3 miles), Swan Hotel, Haslemere (1.3 miles), Inn on The Hill, Haslemere (1.5 miles), Crown and Cushion, Haslemere (1.7 miles), Devil's Punchbowl Hotel, Hindhead (1.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Wheatsheaf Inn, Grayswood

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Travel 2 hours by car and found the Wheatsheaf Inn easy on the main road and received a nice welcome. Accomodated my needs for food and drink and I stayed for just one night. The pub is large with a nice conservatory. The land lord is very welcoming and the staff provide a nice friendly atmosphere. Car park is large and my car was safe all night. I would return and recommend the Wheatsheaf.
Pennyfather - 16 Sep 2011 11:18
Pleasant enough place with reasonable food , beer and service without being outstanding in any department.
Psi - 8 Sep 2011 13:51
Nice enough pub, lots of room inside including a rather austere 'conservatory' type extension. Very friendly & helpful staff looked after 15 of us without any problems. Food good and fairly cheap too and a good selection of specials on. Doombar, London pride and Gales Seafarer on pump, I tried the Seafarer which was fine.
alan_From_SAWW - 20 Aug 2011 17:36
Recently called in on Saturday lunch time. Wasn't that hungry so just had the soup of the day which was celery and a cheese soup served with fresh bread and butter. This was very good but the apple & rhubarb crumble afters wasn't. Rather strange after taste to the crumble. However, my brother enjoyed his roast pork main course. The menu had a reasonable choice with specials of the day.
There is a separate dining area in a bright, glassed, extension to one side and probably as it was the weekend had family diners. I wondered why all the tables in the main pub bar area were also set for meals. A pub usually would leave a few unlaid for the ordinary drinker. The local and fairly mature (notice, I'm polite) customers who obviously all knew each other were congregated at the bar which one could describe as giving the pub either a nice community feel or being cliquey depending whether one is gin_and_tonic or not!
Overall, well worth a visit.
redbarrel - 15 May 2011 12:13
Overall a decent option if you're in the area. The food is decent and reasonably priced and the service very friendly (no idea what gin_and_tonic is on about - I couldn't fault the service and am in my twenties, there were also a bunch of lads in at the same time who looked perfectly happy!). My only criticism is that the building's fairly new, and whilst the owners have clearly made an effort to give the bar a bit of character, I still found the decor somehow a bit lifeless.
aaroncp - 29 Mar 2011 10:59

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