The Wheatsheaf Inn

01666 575077


We would like to introduce ourselves to the village as the new owners of the Wheatsheaf Inn.

We are three families who live in South Cerney and who currently operate The Royal Oak, South Cerney,

Bakers Arms, Somerford Keynes and the Old George Inn South Cerney

We are very excited to be opening the Wheatsheaf on the 17th May.

We have given the pub a fresh lick of paint and have entrusted Matt Eddolls to head up the kitchen.

Matt has been with us for three years starting as head chef at The Royal Oak.

As owners we are very much hands on and believe that all our pubs are there to support the local community.

We are firm believers in giving all our guests a warm welcome, offering great food and service.

We are very much looking forward to meeting you all, and if you have any ideas please do not hesitate to contact us.

Look forward to seeing you soon,

Darren & Becky

Mike & Rachel

Mark & Jennie

The Royal Oak South Cerney, Cirencester, GL7 5UP ,

Tel : 01285 869700

The Wheatsheaf is a friendly and cosy cotswold pub, tucked away in the pretty village of Oaksey, a few miles south of Cirencester on the western edge of the Costwold Water Park.

The Wheatsheaf Inn at Oaksey offers great food and a friendly atmosphere. That is just what we do! We offer a delicious selection of homemade dishes made with only fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

We also offer homemade tea cakes and sponge cakes, freshly baked from our bakery supplier. Why not come in and try a fresh cup of tea or coffee with one of our delicious cakes.

Drinkers, diners, families, walkers, locals and dogs all very welcome.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

The Wheatsheaf Inn, located in the centre of the village, is a quintessential 600 to 700 year old Cotswold stone building that has a long tradition of serving as a public house. It is rumoured that, along with the witches’ Crosses, to ward off demons; there was also regular slaughtering of animals carried out at the Inn.

Inside the pub, along with its traditional charm and big beams, it has been very tastefully refurbished and brought back to its position as a locals’ pub; with cosy nooks, a great big log burner, great food and fine ales.

The Wheatsheaf also has a Skittle Alley.