Their single room comes with a shared bathroom, and has toiletries, fresh towels, TV, WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities. Hair dryers, an iron and ironing board are all available on request.
Type Pub B&B
£50 - £100 per room per night
Located in the heart of the village, this fabulous pub serves real ales, fine wines and home cooked food.
The Wheatsheaf is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is close to top attractions like Silverstone, Althorpe House and Warwick Castle and shopping destinations including Leicester, Milton Keynes and Birmingham.
All of their food is freshly prepared and cooked in-house, from classic pub favourites to daily specials. Their team of chefs use their passion and skill to create high quality meals using local suppliers wherever possible. Their bar area has a variety of seating areas, making a welcoming and sociable space to enjoy their wide choice of real ales, bitters and fine wines.
Extended in the Spring of 2016, this pub has 12 bedrooms (10 with en-suite bathrooms), each individually designed and are all well equipped to provide a comfortable, relaxed stay coupled with the friendly atmosphere that is unique to a thriving country pub. Their prices remain competitive all year round, with their best rates available by booking directly by phone, and mentioning Stay in a Pub.
The Wheatsheaf also caters for functions, so if you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary for example, the versatility of their restaurant space makes it a popular destination.
Crick is one mile from junction 18 of the M1, and The Wheatsheaf is on the crossroads in the centre of the village.
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