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The Saracens Head Inn, Symonds Yat East - pub details

Saracens Head Inn
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Address: Symonds Yat East, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6JL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21061) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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other pubs nearby:

Olde Ferrie Inne, Symonds Yat West (0.1 miles), Wye Knot, Symonds Yat West (0.7 miles), Crown Hotel, Whitchurch (1.2 miles), New Inn, Shortstanding (1.7 miles)

user reviews of the Saracens Head Inn, Symonds Yat East

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5 most recent reviews of 21 shown - see all reviews

As others have said, an idyllic setting. Welcoming staff. Good ale selection, I had Butty Bach and wonderful food. Glad I visited this pub. Food and drink is at a premium but well worth the extra cost.
wirraldrinker - 14 Nov 2016 11:10
Ah, that's better. The river Wye is reassuringly a bit further away than the last time I called.

It's as excellent as ever too.
eddybeer - 26 Aug 2016 09:51
The half-dozen or so real ales I found here were in top form. So far I've only tried the Bespoke Brewing's "Saved By The Bell" at 3.8%, and the Wye Valley HPA at 4%, but I'll be trying a few more in due course.

The setting on the river's bank in the wooded, steep sided Wye Valley is magnificent.

The staff are charming and helpful.

The accommodation is top-notch, reasonably priced, and with free parking and wi-fi for residents.

The restaurant is very popular with its apparently well-heeled, convivial and genteel customers.

The warm, modern amenities don't spoil its C16th period features at all.

There's walking, canoeing, and boating etc. to be done, and enterprises offering these are right next door.

The pub atmosphere is friendly, informal, and supported by a well-balanced mix of ages.


eddybeer - 13 Dec 2015 17:51
Re last posting - my ale of choice was Wye Valley's "Butty Bach". Obviously having a senior moment.
5thearlofwimbourne - 25 Jun 2010 13:40
Paid a recent visit accompanied by my "gentleman's gentleman" for a weekend in the Forest of Dean. This is a lovely pub on the banks of the River Wye where you can sit and watch the swans and ducks, in addition to the large number of canoeists paddling up and down the river - a rather novel way to commit suicide, if you ask me!

The service was very friendly and efficient, with several jolly good ales on offer, although I did not partake of solids on this occasion.

An idyllic location in which to sit on a beautful sunny day, quaffing a pint, smoking the old Bent Apple Billiard, and simply watching the world going by!

Marvellous! 7/10.

5thearlofwimbourne - 24 Jun 2010 16:00

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