The Wheatsheaf is a newly refurbished yet olde worlde inn that lies in the pretty hamlet of Little Gomersal, near Cleckheaton. The traditional stone-built building has a lovely, hidden beer garden at the rear and another area at the front. Inside, the refurbishment has brought the furnishings and fixtures up to date whilst retaining the original features of open fires, wooden beams and low ceilings. There are two rooms for dining and a snug for drinkers. Foodwise, the menus feature fresh locally sourced produce turned into classic British pub food. There are seasonal specialities, a constantly changing specials board and great-value prices make this a big draw for families and locals. The area is popular with walkers and cyclists who use the pub to eat in before or after exploring the countryside, Sundays are extremely popular with the traditional Yorkshire roast. Real ales, draught lagers and ciders and an interesting wine list add to the mix in this friendly atmospheric inn. Open for food Monday-Friday 12pm-2pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm, Saturday 12pm-4pm and 5,30pm-9pm and Sunday 12pm-5.30pm.