Saracen's HeadMain Street
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A delightful ironstone building in a pretty village. The new owners also run the Bakers Arms in Bugbrooke. The bar is open plan but serves distinctly different areas of the pub. The floors are a mixture of flagstones and old wooden planking and a large inglenook with wood burner is an attractive cosy feature. Apart from the regular beer, there are three rotating guest ales, usually sourced from local breweries. The pub has two dining rooms off the bar; one is known as the "Gallery", where the local Art Group have a display of their contemporary artwork and the other is the "Library", the description of which will be self-evident! Horse riders are made particularly welcome and there is a paddock at the rear of the garden with a "horse-park", where you can leash your steed whilst you take refreshment! If the mobile signal lets you down, there is a red telephone box for your convenience inside the bar! Note the old etched windows at the front.