About Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
Holicong, PA 18928
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
As always, we find the Barley Sheaf an outstanding restaurant. We love the ambiance, the food is delicious and there are always new and interesting items on the menu. The waiter was very knowledgeable about every selection. You are never rushed at this restaurant and the setting is spectacular.
Great restaurant for special occasions or when you desire to treat yourself with a special experience. Menu is somewhat limited, but what you expect at a bed and breakfast inn. Food presentation, service and quality were all top drawer. Our first time, and we will certainly return soon.
This was my 4th visit to Barley Sheaf Farm. All of my visits have been absolutely delightful. It is my go to place for bringing out of town guests.
For this visit, my friend and I enjoyed our appetizers and entrees. All were perfectly cooked and nicely seasoned. My only small complaint was the black dishes which took away from the visual beauty and artful plating that was lost in the dark background.
The BYOB portion is also a great treat to bring a special bottle of wine to enjoy with the complex dishes.
Management was very attentive and friendly as was the service.
I look forward to many more visits to this Bucks County gem.
This is such a beautiful place. Great food and staff. Feels like you are on vacation. The ceiling is painted like the sky with little butterflies and birds scattered throughout the clouds. There is also a fireplace and an open kitchen. We thoroughly enjoyed brunch here and it's definitely firmly on our list of favorites. Highly recommend checking this place out.
This was our second time dining at Barley Sheaf Farm and just loved our evening. The ambience of the dining room is wonderful, the food selections are exciting...so much so that it's hard to make a selection. We'd love to say, "one of each," but could never eat that much food. The staff is knowledgeable and all made is feel welcome and special. We look forward to going back again.
This is the hidden gem of Bucks County. The food is of the highest quality and quite creative. The menu is small as it makes use of things that are in season, so don't expect any tomatoes or the like in February, because they couldn't do that well. So they won't. Think squash and beets in February. As I am a small eater, I forwent the first course for the octopus second course. Awesome. My branzoni was perfectly cooked (and filleted). The pudding cake dessert was rediculously decadent. And the unexpected dessert treats kept coming. Including this rediculously awesome vanilla salted caramel. So go and try this place!
My husband and I had a really good dinner at The Barley Sheaf Farm on a week day evening. My husband's birthday fell midweek and I didn't want to cook! Our food was very good, I had an octopus course and my husband had grilled romaine salad. For dinner I enjoyed a hanger steak and he had elk. We both thought our entrees were excellent. I have one suggestion for the restaurant. The food is plated on very, very dark plates. They looked black, maybe navy. The food isn't very eye-appealing on such dark plates in a dark dining room. My husbands entree had both prunes and beets with very rare elk. Imagine how that looks on a dark plate. Just an idea.
Very attentive, fiendly, helpful waite staff. Management/Owner(?) very caring about all guests. Food preparation, presentation and quality are tops. The menu is very limited yet, with the several added specails of the evenng, more than enough selection to satisfy any taste. A warm country, open kitchem setting with limited seating and efficient erseravtion times which permits the kitchen the proper time to prepare and servee the food.
Our most recent visit to Barley Sheaf was much like our other visits--phenomenal! The owners are extremely accommodating and attentive. They always make you feel like you're a regular there. The food is always fantastic. We've done dinner and brunch and even stayed over night. Every experience has been top notch. We will absolutely be going back for years to come!
We went for brunch to celebrate our anniversary. The food was delicious and plentiful! The atmosphere and service were lovely! We really enjoyed our meal and would recommend it to family and friends. We would also consider it as a gift for others, since this was a gift given to us!
The Barley Sheaf could be my now favorite restaurant. The menu was seasonal, creative and interesting. Every dish was fantastic! Perfectly prepared. The grilled octopus appetizer was a standout! Loved the open kitchen and comfortable setting in a historic inn. Service was impeccable. An amazing dining experience.
Barley Sheaf's brunch may seem pricey but the option of having as many items off the menu as you like is very enticing. They'll even prepare small portions of each item so you get a "tasting" experience. Lots of options (both breakfast and lunch items) and they're all fantastic.
Our experience at barley sheaf farm was exceptional. As a business owner, I actually learned a lot from the experience. The attention to detail was incredible. The service, the food, the atmosphere, and the innkeepers were amazing ! I'm not one to write reviews often, but I was compelled to write this one. My wife and I went for the first time, but we left customers for life. I now know and understand the word dining experience better.
This restaurant is an amazing gem. The atmosphere is country elegant starting with the long driveway with grazing deer to the lovely facility and ample parking. We brought some fabulous California wine (the restaurant is BYOB) and the food was a perfect match to the quality. We had heard about this place from friends and decided to give it a try. WOW! It was a superb dining experience. We have not enjoyed a new restaurant that much in years. The owner greeted us at the door and invited us to have a seat in the "living room." He had our wine opened and we enjoyed a glass while waiting for our table. The kitchen is visible from the tables and the food prepared to order. The cuisine is world class and the prices reasonable. Be sure not to mention that since we are planning to return often and we don't want them to jack up their prices! In any case, this was an amazing find and I heartily endorse it to you.
We love the venue -- especially when we get the small room all to ourselves. Service is professional and excellent (even when our server appears to be in high school). With a group of 6, the only complaints were "for $14, it would be nice to get more than a 4 inch strip of octopus", and two in our party ordered the duck breast. One thought it undercooked and very tough, the other thought it was overcooked and very tough. But pretty tough in either case. I had a special cod dish with a smokey bacon broth that was simply wonderful. And in most cases, I'd suggest ordering a side or two. Although a number of things are listed with most entrees, those are very minimal embellishments, not really sides.
Still, we LOVE it.
I have now dined at The Barley Sheaf for both dinner and brunch. Both times I was extremely impressed with the delicious & creative menu. I have had two wonderful experiences enjoying top shelf dishes at prices far less than those in Center City. In addition, as a BYOB, it is hard to imagine much better.
Having had a very memorable wedding reception on the grounds of the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm in October, 2015, we were familiar with the quality, professionalism and attention to detail that our hosts, Mark and Deena, had created with their courteous and knowledgeable staff. This first-year anniversary dinner reinforced our views that this jewel of Bucks County, PA is deserving of visits year round. The inventive, seasonal menus and idyllic, historical setting create the perfect backdrop for casual meals or larger, celebratory events.
Food is consistently excellent. Quiet, relaxed and unrushed environment in a traditional but beautiful setting. Open kitchen with a great chef and team. Every menu item has a flavorful twist. Stars this time: daikon radish with crab and harissa with the octopus. And the venison was pretty darn good. Best fine dining in the area.
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