The Wheatsheaf


A honey coloured seventeenth century coaching inn clad in wisteria and vines & nestled in the Cotswolds hills in the historic market town of Northleach.

With 14 beautiful bedrooms, stunning tiered cottage gardens designed by Max Asknew, a treatment room and private rooms for meetings and hideaways.

Finalist Mr and Mrs Smith Awards

Best of British Tatler Restaurant Awards

Top 101 Hotels in the World Conde Nast Traveller



“This is a secret Tardis of coolness in the Cotswolds, a blast of professionalism dressed up with bags of character…”


14 beautifully decorated rooms are designed for comfort, blending a traditional coaching inn with modern luxuries. All have the key ingredients for a good night’s sleep with beautiful cotton linens by Three Thieving Magpies, Hypnos beds and power showers complete with heavenly-smelling, organic and naturally scented bath salts and lotions from 100 Acres.

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The Times | Gardens
One of the 'excellent' rooms at the Wheatsheaf Inn in Nortleach, Cotswolds
30th May 2012
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Eat & Drink

“Atmospheric coaching inn, with fantastic local food, a good bar with a roaring fire and comfortable rooms.”


Our menus are all about great quality, locally sourced, simple rustic food. Wherever possible we use local producers, supporting rare heritage breeds and farmers that care about what they’re doing.

From 8am every day we serve our guests and locals alike French Press coffees and the finest English breakfast.

At lunchtime pop in for a quick pie and a pint by the fire or sit back and relax with a bottle of red wine at supper.

With a private dining room for up to 20 guests, feast like there is no tomorrow with large sharing pies and whole cuts of meat served family style at the table.

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Parties and hangouts

The Wheatsheaf has two private dining rooms available for everything from small intimate hangouts to large suppers or business meetings.

The private room accommodates up to 20 guests, and can be used as a boardroom with the wall-mounted LCD TV and flipcharts.

The poker room is a semi-private room next to The Snug, which is ideal for informal meetings and has a capacity of 6 guests.

Please enquire by phone 01451 860 244 or email

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Find us

The Wheatsheaf Inn, in the quintessentially English village of Northleach is the perfect spot to explore the glorious Cotswolds countryside from. In the village itself, there is a butcher, a baker but no candlestick maker and then a little further afield, some of our favourite things to do:

Cheer on your favourite horse at the Gold Cup at Cheltenham Racecourse, waterski backwards at Cotswold Water Park, do the doggie paddle in Cheltenham Lido, roar with the lions at Cotswolds Wildlife Park, watch Polo at Cirencester Polo Club, visit the home of one of Henry VIII’s wives at Sudeley Castle

Shop in Cheltenham at the Union Project, Olive, Keith Scarrott or Pink Vintage

Oggle at the art in Cheltenham’s The Wilson Gallery and Paragon Gallery

Shoot clays with Olympic coach Ian Coley, cheer on the players at Gloucester Rugby Club

Collect seeds from Stanway House Gardens, run naked through Chastleton House Gardens or Hidcote Manor Gardens or climb the adventure playground at the home of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace

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