The Wheatsheaf Inn is a two and three storey, Grade II Listed, late 18th Century property. The characterful accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall providing access to Public Bar, with ornate carved wooden servery and back bar, feature fireplace, beamed ceiling, wooden floor and fixed perimeter and freestanding seating; Lounge Bar/Restaurant with bar servery, feature fireplace, wooden flooring and beamed ceiling.
A rear lobby provides access to the rear garden and car park, stairs to first floor and Ladies and Gents WCs. The pub also benefits from a commercial catering kitchen, wash-up area to the rear of the bar and a basement beer cellar.
The first floor accommodation briefly comprises a separate function room with copper panelled bar servery, wooden flooring, beamed ceiling and part wood panelled walls; in addition the first floor accommodates 4 letting rooms with ensuite shower or bathrooms, manager's office and stairs to second floor.
The domestic accommodation is situated over the second floor and briefly comprises lounge, three bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
To the exterior the Wheatsheaf has a rear car park with parking for approx 20 vehicles, a rear paved area previously used as a beer garden, a beer garden laid to lawn and two brick built outbuildings.
The Wheatsheaf is situated in the village of Swineshead
approximately 7 miles to the west of Boston in Lincolnshire.
Swineshead has good communication links being just off the
A17 and A52, which provides good road links to the wider
Lincolnshire network. Approximately 2 miles to the North of
Swineshead is a train station that provides access to services
on the Skegness-Nottingham line. Swineshead is located
approximately 6 miles west of Boston, 13 miles east of