Join us for
- Great British food with daily changing menus. We use the best seasonal ingredients, locally sourced and freshly prepared.
Four Cask ales, at least two will be Hampshire ales
- An amazing 45-bin wine selection by the glass
- New relaxing area with comfy sofa and your favourite choice of coffees and teas.
- Large garden with wonderful views.
- Fabulous Loyalty Card scheme, giving you points whenever you spend with us, as well as a little something to help make your birthday and/or anniversary even more special.
The Wheatsheaf at Braishfield re-opened in September 2010 with David Gower, former Hampshire and England cricketer, undertaking the official opening on 7th October. This quintessential Hampshire pub offers outstanding Food and service as well as being the perfect village pub. Whether you are relaxing with the papers by the fire or sunning yourself in the extensive gardens, a local real ale and bar snack are always popular. Plans are under way to transform our half acre of land into our own vegetable and herb plot which will supply us and our sister pub, The Swan@Stoford, Salisbury.
Offers and Events
- Half price champagne/sparkling by the glass or bottle every Friday from 6pm
- Our wine club will meet on the 30th March - please join us for a great evening of tasting and comparing different wines with Patrick Pigny from Great Western Wine in Bath, whose knowledge and passion is quite amazing. There is no charge for attendance, just a great evening to enhance your wine knowledge!
We have a passion for fantastic food, quality and excellent service, and Simon Tear and Matthew Watts look forward to welcoming you to The Wheatsheaf at Braishfield very soon
"The Wheatsheaf at Braishfield (near Romsey) has recently been taken over under new management the pub retains its cosy, warm welcome, great beers and DELICIOUS FOOD!
I've eaten there three times in December & the menu changes every time I've been there. A small but good selection of dishes, using great ingredients, have been cooked perfectly. Amongst main courses, the cod with bacon and mashed potato was outstanding, and the trio of pork went down very well with my fellow diners. For chocoholics, the brownie and chocolate tart with raspberry ice cream are both to die for.
I would recommend this pub"