Pub 6 – Answer

Pub 6 : Ye Olde Saracen’s Head, Balsall Common

A 16th Century building which has been extended and renovated to a high standard, featuring snugs and cosy corners with dining areas. But still maintains a drinking area by the main bar

Religious houses during the time of Richard the Lionheart ran the earliest inns catering for pilgrims and knights on their way to the Crusades in the Holy Land. Numerous inns acted as stopover points for the Crusades forces and pub names which can be derived from this time include The Turk’s Head, The Saracen’s Head and The Lamb and Flag (the lamb representing Christ and the flag the sign of the crusaders)