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The Wheatsheaf Hotel

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The Wheatsheaf is a delightful 17th-century coaching inn with a lively and vibrant traditional bar and dining areas. We serve the best of local seasonal produce and our menu has a great range of traditional pub favourites and a lot more. Great range of beers, real ales, wines and cocktails too. All rooms are en-suite and are cosy and comfortable. The Wheatsheaf has recently undergone a 'mini' facelift and received some much needed 'tlc'.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast Available
Non-Smoking Hotel
Room features
Non-Smoking Rooms
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Full view
81Good for walkers
Grade: 81 out of 100
76Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
10Attractionswithin 0.5 km
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Wow, what to say? Bar understaffed causing at least 20 minute waits for drinks. At one point, a regular punter went behind the bar to try and help out. !! When serving, they seemed preoccupied and distant. Obviously wanting to be elsewhere. The highlight of the evening to our
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We had heard that the service here was hit and miss with the bar staff being generally distracted by their mobile phones or leaving the bar unattended whilst outside smoking. However, upon trying this pub tonight (New years Eve) we found to our bitter disappointment, this to be
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Visited lunch on a Saturday. I was served last nights reheated beef burger, dry as hell In a flat bun. The wife’s crusty bread with her vegetable stew was a standard ten bob sliced loaf. So disappointing.
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I recently stayed for two nights in the Wheatsheaf Hotel in Newport on the Isle of Wight. What a lovely place to stay! Cosy, warm, historical and the open fire in the Bar was so inviting. The Breakfast cannot be faulted and the staff.. Well.. I can't say enough regarding the
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We visited The Wheatsheaf for lunch recently. It was a cold, windy day and the lovely log fire created a cosy ambience in this character establishment. The main lunch menu was reasonably priced at £10 for the main course. We chose fish, chips and peas, also Steak and Ale Pie
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Parking arrangements.
There is on street parking which is free of charge between the hours of 6pm - 8am. Across the road from us there is also a multi-storey car park which closes in the evening. Last but not least there is also a carpark which is a 2 min walk away from our front door where you are able to arrange by phone a permit which enables you to park 24hours for £5. Hope this information helps.
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Is there a menu for Sunday Carvery and do you need to book
We run alongside the Carvery our normal menu. It's probably a good idea to book.
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I would think it would be open. Btw IoW festival isn't far from the centre of town, walkable!
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"This hotel is not accessible to disabled visitors as all the rooms are upstairs"
"Rooms at the rear are quieter"
"Book elsewhere"
"If you want a good room, I suggest that you go to another Hotel"
"Make sure you see actual photos of the actual room you will getting before parting with your money."
US$62 - US$124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandIsle of WightNewport
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