The Lord Byron at the Saracen's Head
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Owing its present name to the story that Charles I was beheaded by a Saracen's sword, The Saracen's Head Hotel has welcomed guests both royal and common throughout its 800 year history. The hotel's old-fashioned oak-panelled dining room is a welcoming space for breakfast or a leisurely lunch, with early bird menus accompanying the modern British à la carte in the evening. Al fresco dining in the courtyard.
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