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Saracen's Head
Wolterton
nr Erpingham

Aylsham
Norfolk

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Now well into our twentieth year, The Saracen's contiues to delight with scrumptious food and a relaxing, arty country house feel The Blackboard changes daily as Robert and his team cook up many a 'wild and tame' treat, constantly mixing new ideas with the Saracen's more traditional favourites.

And it's not just the food and drink that appeals. People journey from both near and far to stay overnight at the Inn! Robert's daughter Rachel has worked hard to draw out the beauty of this Inn, built in 1806 and modelled on a Tuscan Farmhouse; by combining influences from her own time spent in Tuscany, and the great character of the downstairs areas that her father has created over the years, to create en-suite bedrooms with a colourful, comfortable and arty feel, very much in keeping with the quality of the food and service downstairs.

Weekend Breaks: Min 2 night stay, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast only £280 for two people.

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Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: £90
Twin: £85
Single: £45
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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