At the bottom of Langley Hill and at the center of the High Street, the Saracens is the oldest pub in the village. In a listed building, with sections dating from the 16th Century, this was an important coaching inn on the King’s Highway from London to ?. For many years the landlord here welcomed cyclists, with a special entrance for MAMIL’s to the left-hand side of the pub, although now bricked up. Also, check out Dronken Lane, which runs to the left of the building – no prizes for guessing what happened here – but indicates that the punters had a good time at the Saracens Head!
The name Saracens Head comes from the religious houses catering for pilgrims and knights on their way to the Crusades in the Holy Land.
Serves classic pub food and Sunday roasts. Kids Menu. Sports events are shown.
Family-friendly. Outside seating.
The Saracens Head has low beamed ceilings, a large open fire, and a warm atmosphere.