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Wheatsheaf at Bough Beech

Hever Road Bough Beach, Edenbridge, TN8 7NU +44 1732658740

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Excellent all the way.

Loraine Silcox 20 February 2017
from Chelsfield

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An age-old watering hole dating back to the 14th century, The Wheatsheaf in Bough Beech is a beautiful countryside retreat benefitting from both Georgian and Tudor architecture. Maintaining its traditional charm, the dining space is complete with exposed brickwork, comfortable sofas perched next to crackling open fires and solid oak floorboards; the exposed-beam bar undeniably the focal point.

A classically-British menu serves up delights such as slow cooked pork belly with butternut puree and black pudding, and marinated rump of Kentish lamb with purple potatoes and local baby vegetables. Seasonal and locally-sourced produce features heavily on the Wheatsheaf menu, with a selection of cheeses coming from all over the UK, such as Stawley from Somerset, St James’ from Cumbria and Appleby’s Cheshire from Shropshire.

An al fresco dining area and gardens makes it the perfect venue for soaking up the Tunbridge Wells sunshine with a pint of locally-brewed ale from the nearby Westerham Brewery.

A contemporary country pub in classic surroundings, The Wheatsheaf in Kent sits 5 minutes’ drive from Bough Beech train station.

Wheatsheaf at Bough Beech

Hever Road Bough Beach, Edenbridge, TN8 7NU

Contact +44 1732700100
Reservations +44 1732658740

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Customer reviews for Wheatsheaf at Bough Beech

4.4 (((() (based on 21 reviews)
95% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • dinner (15)
  • lunch (15)
  • romantic (5)
  • al fresco (4)
  • private dining (4)
  • afternoon tea (2)
  • business (2)
  • child friendly (2)
  • value (2)
  • trendy (1)
  • views (1)
  • ((*** 18 April 2017 by Simon Douglass from Tonbridge

    Rather disappointed. Surroundings and staff were excellent but food was poor in both quality and quantity. Risotto was like tasteless porridge, lentil soup was watery and bread was only sliced loaf. Starter of 4very small fish cake balls was inadequate. Tea and coffee was served about 10 minutes before the deserts. In view of he cost we felt far from satisfied. We used to use the Wheatsheaf regularly but have not been for some time - it has changed for the worse.

  • ((((* 18 April 2017 by Derek Cozens from West Wickham

    Friendly and efficient service, good menus choices, very tasty food and good wine selection. Noisy babies/toddlers a distraction for part of the meal until they left.

  • ((((* 26 March 2017 by Alistair Fraser from Edenbridge, United Kingdom

    Great food and service. We had a small wait for our table which and considering it was 8.45pm made eating a little late. Would recommend!

  • ((((( 20 February 2017 by Janet from Sevenoaks

    Excellent food and atmosphere. Good choice of draught beers.

  • ((((( 20 February 2017 by Loraine Silcox from Chelsfield

    Excellent all the way.

  • ((((( 14 November 2016 by David Graham from Limpsfield Chart

    Fantastic food, service and atmosphere.

  • ((((* 25 October 2016 by Melanie Commandeur from Edenbridge

    Food was great - menu excellent, warm and inviting atmosphere. Service impeccable.

  • ((((* 18 October 2016 by Ian Attwell from Reigate

    Sunday lunch with family. Very pleasant and polite staff. Menu interesting and the food was of a very good standard. Would definitely go again.

  • ((((* 6 October 2016 by Tim Loynes from London

    The setting in a timber-beamed Henry VIII hunting lodge was fantastic. The service was attentive and very good (we were dining with four children all under the age of three). The food was good and despite a short wait when the meals arrived everyone enjoyed them. The roasts were a popular choice on the Sunday afternoon we visited. I would highly recommend this country pub.

  • ((((( 28 September 2016 by Robin from Royal Tunbridge Wells

    I had the excellent chicken liver starter which went very well with the gooseberry (chutney). My wife had the crab salad and her comment was 'delicious'. My main course was the superb lemon sole, prepared to perfection. I also commented on the flavour of the new potatoes which, I learned, were fresh from your garden. My wife had the breast of lamb which she enjoyed.

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