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The Saracens Head Inn
38 Whielden Street
Amersham
Buckinghamshire
HP7 0HU
(01494) 721958
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The Saracens Head Inn  

The Saracens Head Inn, situated in Amersham Old Town was built in 1530 at Number 38 Whielden Street, formerly known as Union Street when Amersham Hospital was known as The Workhouse.

The pub is steeped in character and was built from timbers removed from old ships. The building surrounds a central courtyard which was originally a travellers coaching inn. The original stables have been converted into two function rooms which overlook a secluded garden and patio / barbecue area.

The bar area boasts a large open log fireplace surrounded by ornate horse brasses and large wooden beams. The pub offers delicious home-cooked food lunchtimes and evenings from an extensive menu, with a daily specials board.

The real ales are from larger regionals, but are well kept and served.

Rumour has it, two ghosts roam the building, one is supposed to be a young serving wench from the 17th Century. The other still remains a haunting mystery.

There is accommodation here some of which is wheelchair accessible.

For the summer there is a beer garden.

Not far from the station for rail and tube.


 

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b&b, beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, no smoking, music, kids, vegetarian, train 

 

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Greene King IPA
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