The Saracens Head Inn

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Amersham, Buckinghamshire

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38 Whielden Street
Amersham
Buckinghamshire
England
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The Saracens Head Inn, Amersham

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The Saracen's Head Inn is steeped in history and character and was built using timbers from old ships. The building surrounds a central courtyard which was originally a travellers coaching inn. It was built in 1530 at Number 38 Whielden Street which was formerly known as Union Street when Amersham Hospital was known as The Workhouse.

And rumour has it two ghosts roam the building one is alleged to be a young serving wench from the 17th Century the other one remains a mystery. The Saracens Head Inn nestled in the beautiful centre of Amersham Old Town dating back to 1530 offers 12 ensuite rooms to suit every need. From a four poster bed to the newly built rooms overlooking the cobbled court yard and the secluded garden to the rear.

Each room offers TV Tea and Coffee making facilities Hairdryer Free Wi Fi and Ironing equipment available. Our Chefs offer quality and seasonal food freshly prepared using herbs and vegetables from our own garden. Authentic Character Fine Wines Courtyard Caring Staff Traditional Good Food Real Ales Garden Extremely Accessible

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