Steeped in History, The Royal Saracens Head is located in the picturesque town of Beaconsfield.
Dating back to the 18th century, when it was originally a coaching inn, this intriguing pub, bar and restaurant with courtyard and garden, is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
Boasting an impressive menu of starters, mains, light bites, sharing platters, and desserts, as well as a great selection of real ales, lagers, and wines, when you dine at The Royal Saracen’s Head, you’ll be able to tuck into a delicious selection of dishes.
Perfect for brunch, lunch, dinner, or group dining, The Royal Saracens Head is also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along - they will absolutely love tucking into our dedicated children’s menu!
Located in the market town of Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire, The Royal Saracen’s Head sits 23 miles out of central London and 17 miles away from Aylesbury.
Transport links are strong in the area. The town is close to the M40 on junction 2. The A355 connects Beaconsfield to Amersham and Slough, whilst the A40 parallels the M40 from London to Oxford.
If you’re travelling by train, the town has its own train station, Beaconsfield, which offers services to Birmingham Snow Hill and Moor Street, as well as London Marylebone.
Situated in the heart of Beaconsfield, The Royal Saracen’s Head is surrounded by things to see, do, and explore.
The town has a great retail offering, with everything from sports equipment, musical instruments, and arts and crafts, through to fashion and millinery. It’s safe to say that there’s something for everyone!
In the surrounding area, you’ll also find a whole host of family friendly activities, including The Bekonscot Model Village, The Bucks Goat Centre, Abbotts View Alpacas, Coombe Hill and more. If you’re looking for an adrenaline boost, Go Ape Wendover will allow you to enjoy spectacular views of Aylesbury and Buckinghamshire whilst you fly through the skies!
With its spectacular grounds and fine collection of art treasures, Waddeston Manor is the perfect place to spend the day exploring. As well as the magnificent house, in the grounds, you’ll also find an aviary, stables, Windmill Hill, plenty of walking routes, and an abundance of activities.
Other attractions in the area include Wendover Woods, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, the Natural History Museum at Tring, the Canalside Reservoirs, and Chiltern Brewery, to name but a few. Once you’ve finished exploring, make sure you head to The Royal Saracens Head for a well-earned drink or a delicious meal in stunning surroundings.