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Saracens Head Hotel

219 Watling Street West, Towcester, Northamptonshire NN12 6BX - United Kingdom
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The Saracen's Head is featured in Charles Dickens 'The Pickwick Papers'. The same friendly atmosphere is still in evidence today, allied with modern standards of comfort. The resident's lounge and the lounge bar are both ideal meeting places in which to enjoy a glass of wine or real ale. Delicious bar meals are served in the lounge bar. The Victorian style restaurant offers well-cooked dishes using fresh, local produce. Complementing the food is an extensive wine list. There are 21 en-suite bedrooms and function suites for up to 100 guests.

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