Situated in a commanding position next to the village green and right in the heart of the picturesque village of Croston, the new management team of Jon and Becky have totally re-furbished the Wheatsheaf, and transformed it into a modern and contemporary pub and restaurant. The Wheatsheaf prides itself on sourcing its food from local producers, and only the finest ingredients are used to prepare your meal in our kitchen. Our menu changes with the seasons, so you can always be assured that our food is tasty and fresh. And, as it’s sourced from local producers, it doesn’t have to travel very far to reach our kitchen either. Whether you prefer to eat in our restaurant or in the bar area, you can choose between our more formal a la carte menu, or one of our range of tasty and filling sandwiches, or even share some nibbles with friends over a few refreshing drinks.
Croston, Lancashire , PR26 9RA
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