A delightful welcoming pub in the centre of Midhurst
Located in the picturesque village of Midhurst, the Wheatsheaf dates back to 1621, with parts of the pub formerly the Squire’s Chapel of a Catholic church (now a function room for private hire). The warm and relaxed atmosphere, outstanding hospitality and superb food and drinks make this characterful local the perfect spot for a traditional pub lunch, a great evening out, or a private party in the Chapel Room.
The attractive interior boasts open fires, comfortable sofas and slate flooring, whilst the pretty courtyard garden is ideal for enjoying a refreshing drink in the warmer summer months. With tasty and traditional pub food, delicious Sunday Roasts, award-winning ales and great cocktails, the Wheatsheaf offers excellent value and is a village pub of the highest quality.
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