The Wheatsheaf is the perfect venue for romance this Valentine's Day. Join us and enjoy a special Valentine's Menu in our stylish restaurant.
Make it that extra bit special and stay overnight in one of our elegant boutique rooms.
Be at ease in our relaxed and comfortable environment. Our interior has been professionally designed to offer the perfect ambience for a calm and easy experience. Chill out with a glass of champagne or a taste bud tingling cocktail in our bar. Take a comfortable seat at your table, sit back and soak up the atmosphere. The only thing that should trigger your adrenaline, is the anticipation of the fabulous food experience to come.
Our Executive Head Chef, Les Wassall, believes passionately in using the very best local produce. He prefers to have long term partnerships with local producers and wherever possible, visits farmers, fisheries and gamekeepers, to ensure that the highest standards of animal welfare are maintained. Free-range is a prerequisite. We also believe in working together with producers to develop products that enhance our menu and, by paying fair prices for what we buy.
A former coaching inn built in 1890, The Wheatsheaf in Hightown, Sandbach has been acquired by The Pear Family, who own Pecks Restaurant in Congleton.
The Pears have breathed new life into the historic building. Following an extensive refurbishment and restoration, The Wheatsheaf in Sandbach has become 'A Quintessentially British Gastropub'.
We aim to make the Wheatsheaf your regular haunt, appreciated for outstanding food quality, great beers, wines, cocktails, friendly engaging service, and perhaps most importantly, superb value for money.
Our team are well trained and completely focused on enhancing your experience. We will not be intrusive, but always on hand to help and serve you. Operations Director, Jake Pear, is hands-on and dedicated to your enjoyment of the Wheatsheaf. Our locally renowned Executive Head Chef, Les Wassall, aims to bring his fine dining skills to the relaxed gastropub environment that is, the Wheatsheaf.