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Wheatsheaf, Bramley

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user reviews of the Wheatsheaf, Bramley

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Sunday lunchtime at Easter. Never been in before. Very unwelcoming. T V on showing football which attracted precisely 3 viewers. The pub had good seating and leather chairs and we could have stayed for Sunday lunch but had no interest in the football on large TV over what would have been an attractive fireplace if lit. They have completely missed a chance to attract new customers. Easter Sunday they could have sold a lot of food as there were cyclers and walkers in large numbers passing through the village. If it was Saturday at 3 & a large crowd was cheering on the football it may have created an atmosphere but Sunday at 12.30 was not the time for the football crowd. The decor was good Loos clean and well decorated. If they ditched the TV and slot machine, made an effort to be welcoming to new customers the could have a great pub.
KateB56 - 31 Mar 2013 18:25
Awesome village local.
JabbingJubbly - 28 Jan 2013 13:28
Agree with sonofalbert - I wonder if Tweedledum and Tweedledee from next door have been up to their tricks again? They're village idiots and intolerable snobs to boot
Scepticus - 16 Sep 2012 21:32
A group of us cycled to Bramley from Horsham and picked The Wheatsheaf at random. Beer fine, food very good value although nothing out of the ordinary. Thought some earlier comments a bit hostile and unnecessary
sonofalbert - 16 Jun 2012 16:26
Looked closed at lunch time today.

Heard of a pub with no beer, but this one had no staff - hung around for a few minutes, then walked out!

First impressions made me keep my money in me pocket.
hellodave - 21 Jun 2011 17:26
please please never stay here accomodation is vile -our floor was soaking wet, the room stank and the windows were open to try and rid the smell. Pub still open at 3am when we returned from a party and they couldnt even be bothered to get up to provide the cooked breakfast we booked for 930am on the Sunday morning- Maybe that was a blessing in discuise with hindsight.
A generator kept our friends awake on the ajoining room and access to the rooms is via a sideway piled high with rubble & an old mattress!!
avoidthisdump - 2 Sep 2010 12:39
Best pub in the village by far hic.

Pass me the joint
Noooooooooooo not the beef !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
anonymous - 23 Aug 2010 10:41
Used to be a great village pub - seems a little frayed around the edges now but still full of locals
GRS40 - 2 Aug 2010 18:06
We walked in and then we walked out, not for us this pub.
We have no rating for this pub.
Shanty - 22 Mar 2010 15:02
What a dump, dirty smelly overpriced flea pit. Just don't. Go to the jolly farmers down the road, much nicer AND CHEAPER
anonymous - 12 Mar 2010 18:00
below average village pub.
FAB1 - 17 Dec 2008 06:52
This place has just changed hands so will call in a few wks to see the change`s made
anonymous - 24 Dec 2006 14:45
The best pub in the village for an intelligent chat on football the landlord know`s Chelsea rule but just cant bring himself to admit it.
anonymous - 8 Jun 2006 18:40
Have to agree with Biker's comment if referring to the Guinness. Seems like a bit of a sports fans' pub at weekends. Good to place to stop off at on a walk
Will2 - 19 Apr 2006 19:30
Good clean accommodation with a superb breakfast. A truly original local village pub that is full of character and characters.
Good food but menu only basic although there was a good choice of specials on offer.
Spent an enjoyable night with the locals with only conversation, banter and alcohol as entertainment. IE No loud music or TV blasting away.
Will return next time I am in the area.
mikeuk - 6 Jun 2005 21:12
does accomadation .

sleep here during the night, and drink during the day at the jolly farmer about 30 yards away .
dan - 14 Sep 2004 12:14

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