About Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
Please join us at our restaurant featuring delicious contemporary American cuisine - fresh farm to table - prepared by our Executive Chef Josh Homacki. The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is a hidden gem in Buckingham and features seasonal menus for dinner and brunch. Remember - we are also a BYOB!
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
On Site parking is available for guests.
Banquet, BYO Liquor, Farm to Table, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm Ratings and Reviews
First time guest at the restaurant. My ...
First time guest at the restaurant. My wife and I planned a nice anniversary dinner. We had a fantastic experience. Food, service and ambience all exceeded expectations. The staff were courteous and knowledgable. The coziness of an 18th century farm house makes for a great environment. We both had a scrumptious main course one pork tenderloin and the other New York strip. The apps of corn soup and octopi were both delicious. We will be back
Sensational place with great Bucks Count ...
Sensational place with great Bucks County chic vibe. We still can't believe the minimal cost of an exquisite brunch with so many options. Private room, complimentary mimosa, gorgeous day. Marvelous service. And I live ten minutes away.
We brought our fourteen month old granddaughter and between courses, she saw her first butterfly while strolling on the grounds with Grammy. Oh, if these walls could talk and recall the days of Moss Hart, George S. Kaufman & Co. what stories they could tell!
Delicious birthday brunch! We tried this ...
Delicious birthday brunch! We tried this b&b inn with a coupon but will definitely be back for more brunch and dinner. We were seated in the sun room/ dining room and were immediately served our free mimosa in the all inclusive menu. BYOB meant we could continue the mimosas ( with freshly squeezed orange juice) with our own champagne. We enjoyed the tast starter of smoked salmon plate and an arugula salad and went on to the delicious and filling entrees of avocado tomato toast and bacon and the birthday boy had cinnamon French toast. Then we were surprised with the fact that it was unlimited entree choice! We managed to squeeze in a round of crepes and the special of beef sliders. All were well prepared and though we wanted to try dessert we had no room! Of course the basket of fresh baked blueberry and apricot muffins and another basket of croissants did not help! Service was attentive if rather serious . The view of the gardens delightful. We will be back!
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is classy but n ...
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm is classy but not stuffy. We went there for dinner. Our young server is very attentive and informative. The food is well prepared and presented elegantly. We not only feast on the food, we also feast our eyes on the flower in garden. At the end of the meal, we were offered 4 pieces of different candies made by the chef. Once again they are presently neatly on a plate. Before we left, we were given two little cinnamon donuts to take home. I normally do not like donuts. But these are delicious. All the little gestures add to our pleasant dining experience.
Duck and fish were perfectly prepared, n ...
Duck and fish were perfectly prepared, nicely presented and accompanied with an assortment of tasty and interesting selections. Service was attentive and friendly. A good city type restaurant tucked into a beautiful country setting.
My husband and I didn't know what to exp ...
My husband and I didn't know what to expect and Barley Sheaf exceeded all of our expectations! The ambience was warm and cheery. The service exceptional and the food truly gourmet. Our waiter was exceptionally knowledgeable and helpful. Each bite of food was an explosion of pleasure.
Food and service were outstanding. Own ...
Food and service were outstanding. Owner Mark went out of his way to make us feel comfortable and welcome. Menu is different, with unusual items (e.g. elk entree and squid appetizer) . BYOB keeps the total price reasonable.
We regularly dine at Barley Sheaf. It i ...
We regularly dine at Barley Sheaf. It is our favorite local restaurant and this time was no different. Mark and Dina, the owners are lovely, cordial and fun to be with and out server, sean is the best. Food is always great and I love that it is a byob.
My husband and I went to Barley Sheaf fo ...
My husband and I went to Barley Sheaf for brunch for our anniversary.
The setting is charming and the woman at the front desk graciously shared
much of the history of the Inn with us. The brunch was lovely with a complimentary
mimosa,three courses, and unlimited requests from the menu. Our smoked salmon
plate was quite good and nicely presented and our entrees, although small
portions, were delicious. We were invited to order more, if we wished. The dessert
was a peanut butter mousse;however, I ordered the plum crepes instead. My husband
enjoyed the mousse; I found the crepes rather plain. The gratuity was included in the brunch price, and that was a pleasant surprise. Because they were a hosting a wedding that day, we were unable to dine outside. We were able to walk the grounds and that was delightful.
It was my first visit to the Barley Shea ...
It was my first visit to the Barley Sheaf. I will absolutely be returning and will be sharing the wonderful experience that I had with all. My palate was satisfied with each course up to and including dessert. How I wish I had discovered this hidden gem sooner.
too little food for too much money
This place came with a review of being one of the most romantic restaurants in the country. We were celebrating our anniversary so we went for romance. The noise level was such that we could not hear each other speaking from across the table. The lighting was very bright and the menu was so contrived as to make us have to ask what nearly everything was. I am a world traveler and while I don't speak all languages, I can navigate a menu in almost any country but not in this place. The portions were so very very small that we needed to stop on the way home for more to eat. And the final straw was when the dessert arrived, it was unrecognizable. It looked as though someone had taken a very large bite out of it, dropped it on the floor, swept it up and dumped it on the outer 1/3 of a dinner plate. There were even two random food bits on the plate that didn't belong, and this dessert was delivered by the owner.
Fine dining gem
Cozy indoor atmosphere, relaxing outdoor patio dining (if you are lucky enough to be there on a warmer night). Our wait person, Sean, was most accommodating and knowledgeable and the food was delightful and thoughtfully put together. Nice touches throughout the evening made it a special evening.
This is everything you want and have not been able to get elsewhere. You are greeted at the door by a warm and friendly host. As you wait in a lovely sitting room, you are served a glass of your wine. The atmosphere is lovely, and inviting. The food is "always" delicious, and the menu changes frequently. The staff is courteous, and friendly - but not intrusive. A taste of heaven! Thank you for all the effort that went into making this dining experience "a night to remember."
birthday dinner with dear friend
Although we are both residents nearby, neither of us had the pleasure of dining at Barley Sheaf.
We were impressed with the ambience, service and food selections. This was our first visit and
we do plan return visits as well as recommending the Farm to friends.
I do plan to return for a weekend brunch one day soon.
One was made to feel very welcome and comfortable immediately.
Wonderful food and beautiful setting
This was our 2nd visit and although the food was delicious and the setting beautiful, we had a very unpleasant waitress, who was very pushy and seemed more fit for a cheap diner than a high end Bucks County restaurant. I would go back but request another waitstaff member, as her demeanor soured our experience. She inappropriately approached the table within 2 minutes of us being seated & asked if we were ready to order, we were not - she then said if we were ready to order appetizers at least. Very brusque, and this same attitude continued through out the meal.
It was very easy to make reservations with Open Table and we were seated promptly upon our arrival. The grounds of the inn are lovely. The dining room was beautiful and the brunch was excellent. Service was efficient, friendly and helpful in making selections. Worth every penny. I plan to bring more friends here.
Re-evaluating this charming restaurant
Our second trip to Barley Sheaf and we were treated to one of the best meals we've ever eaten. Starting with the Sweet Pea Soup (out of this world) creamy with a touch of tarragon, sour-cream and lemon. y wife had the grilled lettuce, which I started grilling on our deck grill, as I enjoyed it on our last visit. Our main courses were , Lamb Loin and the Lancaster Ribeye. Both were cooked to perfection complemented by an assortment of mouth watering vegetables and fingerling potatoes. As always the desserts were to die for, brown sugar tart with lemon curd and the caramelized banana layer cake with peanut butter ice-cream were savored by my wife and I. For our trip home, Mark, one of the owners presented us with 2 cinnamon sugar donuts, a gift from the Chef. Needless to say, Barely Sheaf is on our regular calendar of great restaurants.
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