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The Benefield Wheatsheaf
Upper Main Street
Upper Benefield

Oundle
Northamptonshire

PE8 5AN | View map

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The Benefield Wheatsheaf Country Inn and Restaurant is located in the picturesque heart of the Rose of the Shires, favoured with unspoilt views of the Northamptonshire countryside. The Benefield Wheatsheaf aims to provide guests with the perfect rural hide away, delicious food and impeccable service. The Inn and Restaurant is open every day.Getting it right the first time matters to us as much as it does to you. From light lunches to short breaks and conferences to weddings, our staff will be there to help you prepare and manage your time at the Benefield Wheatsheaf.The Benefield Wheatsheaf is near both Oundle and Corby, and is ideally situated for both business and leisure guests visiting east Northamptonshire. The surrounding area is rich in attractions, walks and events including historical sites, horse trials and motor racing.We are confident that our food is amongst the finest in the area. Our ingredients are of the finest quality and are prepared by our exceptional chef. Fine wines and freshly baked bread are available to compliment your meal. And what better way to enjoy them in our purpose built Garden Room Restaurant, overlooking beautiful, uninterrupted Northamptonshire countryside.

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