The Saracens Head Hotel Towcester near Northampton sits in the heart of the historic Northamptonshire market town of Towcester, close by Towcester Racecourse and Silverstone Race Circuit with easy access via the A43 and M1 junction 15a. The history of the Saracen s Head Hotel, stretching back more than four hundred years, is featured in Charles Dickens first novel, The Pickwick Papers , currently blends into the atmosphere and splendour of this restored hotel. The Saracen s Head Hotel is today the centrepiece of modern life in Towcester, as it has been for centuries. Situated on the Roman Watling Street, the hotel is ideally placed for a day at Towcester Racecourse, generally accepted as the toughest National Hunt course in Britain. Silverstone, for racing of a different kind, is just three miles away. Also nearby is Stoke Bruerne, a canal village with cottages and colourful narrow boats. You will be assured of a very warm welcome and great hospitality, whether you are visiting for business or pleasure. The Hotel has a large car park.
From J15A of the M1 take the A43 into Towcester, signposted Oxford.
At the first roundabout, take the first exit onto A5 signposted Milton Keynes.
The hotel is situated on the corner at the traffic lights.
Turn right at the lights and left into the car park. We are located in Towcester town centre on the A5 Watling Street.
You can check in from 14:00. You need to check out by 11:00.