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This is a friendly Grade II listed historic roadside pub alongside the Tresillian River, with a thatched roof featuring a distinctive ship's wheel. The Wheel is believed to date back to the 14th century and was the HQ of General Thomas Fairfax during the Civil War. There are two cosy low-beamed bars and a third area used mainly for meals; brasses and lamps abound. The Wheel is well known for its friendly atmosphere and good, ‘down to earth’ food which features local ingredients. There are regular special offers such as a steak day, fish Friday, and two meals for the price of one. There is a covered area outside suitable for smokers; and picnic tables and benches at the end of the parking area, beside the river.