In the affluent suburb of Barnwood on the outskirts of the cathedral city of Gloucester The Wheatstone Inn stands on the old Roman road Ermin Way linking Gloucester with Cirencester the Roman city of Corinium. Superbly located just one mile from the M5 this modern country pub restaurant is close to historic Gloucester the glorious Regency spa town of Cheltenham and the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds countryside.Named after the famous local physicist and inventor Charles Wheatstone born at nearby Barnwood Manor in 1802 The Wheatstone is the perfect gateway to Gloucestershire attractions and an ideal stop for longer-distance travellers on the M5 motorway. Set in attractive surroundings with the beautiful woodlands of Barnwood Cotswolds an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and one of England's best-loved destinations is just five minutes distant. With its gently rolling hills and broad valleys the Cotswolds has myriad attractions including museums galleries historic houses gardens and wildlife parks. Nearby Witcombe marks the edge of the Cotswolds where the remains of a grand Roman villa at Great Witcombe overlook the village close to the ancient Ermin Way.Built in 2001 The Wheatstone Inn is cosy on the inside with nooks crannies and exposed beams offering contemporary comfort with old world charm serving traditional pub food including sumptuous Sunday lunches delicious seasonal specials delectable desserts and an excellent choice of fine wines and cask ales. After a day exploring the Gloucestershire countryside unwind and enjoy traditional pub food and drink at The Wheatstone Inn.