It’s been 12 weeks but we are delighted to announce that we are open & look forward to welcoming you all back inside. We would like to thank all our loyal customers for their support during this tough time.

Take a look at our Fantastic New 360 Virtual Tour and see what we have done to protect our customers & staff.


The Wheatsheaf  is hosted by Nik Cobley and Rob Helliwell – both have extensive experience in the trade and are proud to be able to offer a delightful venue in which to relax, enjoy a delicious meal or a drink , or a stay in one of the newly refurbished en-suite bedrooms. The Wheatsheaf is the perfect base for your relaxing break or your business trip

The nineteenth century Wheatsheaf Inn is situated on the B2184 on the edge of the historic village of Cuckfield.
The mainline station of Haywards Heath is a short distance away and offers an excellent service to London in under an hour.
Gatwick Airport and the South Coast resort of Brighton are within easy access, together with the City of Chichester and many famous local attractions including Hickstead Showjumping, Wakehurst Place, Glyndebourne Opera House, Ardingly Showground and both Goodwood Racing Venues. We are central for both coastal and countryside excursions.

WiFi access is available to all customers upon request.

Our Opening Times are:

Monday – Thursday 7.30am – 10pm

Friday 7.30am to 11pm Saturday 8.30am – 11pm

Sunday 8.30am to 5pm

Food Served:

Monday – Thursday

Breakfast 7.30am- 11am

Lunch 11am-2pm

Dinner 5pm-8.30pm

Friday Breakfast 7.30-11am Food Served till 9pm

Saturday Breakfast 8.30am-11am Food Served till 9pm

Sunday Breakfast 8.30am to 11am Roast Lunch 12 – 5pm

We are following Government Guidelines to ensure the safety of both our Staff and Customers. Throughout the pub we will be operating a one-way system, only allowing limited numbers in. Social distancing is the key to us opening, so there will be no bar stools or moving of chairs. We will have hand sanitising points around the pub for your use.We look forward to welcoming you all once again and would ask that you please respect these new rules. They are for the safety of everyone.