The Wheatsheaf at Brigsteer
The Wheatsheaf at Brigsteer is very much a “Warm Welcome Inn”, offering superb food and great real ale! Recently refurbished with considerable care and attention, the Wheatsheaf is tucked away in the picturesque village of Brigsteer, three miles from the medieval market town of Kendal.
The historic inn is situated at the foot of Scout Scar, with its stunning panoramic views and on the edge of the damson-growing Lyth Valley. Parts of the Wheatsheaf date back to 1762 and it originally was three cottages with a shoeing room for horses. The premises then became an alehouse and it was first licensed in the early 1800s.
The pub features cosy corners, log fires, comfy chairs, and a very inviting bar area which serves an excellent selection of local ales and brews.
Dining at the Wheatsheaf, Brigsteer
All tastes are catered for at the Wheatsheaf with old favourites, handmade pizzas and Cumbrian delicacies, including, of course, Cumberland sausage! Food is prepared using the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients and served in plentiful portions, with many traditional dishes and seasonal specials. Special dietary requirements are available upon request. You'll enjoy a very warm welcome, and a hearty plateful!
Dining from Monday to Saturday is from 12:00pm to 3:00pm and 5:30pm to 9:00pm - View Monday to Saturday Menu Sunday dining is from 12:00noon to 8:00pm - Sunday menu
The Wheatsheaf at Brigsteer, Near Kendal
Also see feature on the Wheatsheaf's sister inn The Masons Arms at Bowland Bridge
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Directions to the Wheatsheaf: Take the M6, exit at junction 36 then take the A591 towards Kendal for 3 miles then turn left signposted Brigsteer. Turn left at the T-junction and the Wheatsheaf is 1 mile in the village of Brigsteer.
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