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Newmarket is all about horse-racing, with various museums and attractions dedicated to the sport of kings (Charles II rode in races here), and of course its famous racecourse, though the carnally minded will perhaps think of its traditional sausages too... Read More

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Bedford Lodge Hotel

Bedford Lodge Hotel

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Set in three acres of well tended rose gardens, the Bedford Lodge Hotel, Suffolk Tourism awards 'Hotel of the Year', offers a warm, friendly environment for those seeking a relaxing short ... More | Double Room: 180 | visit website

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The Swynford

The Swynford

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Swynford Hotel is set in over 5 acres of beautiful grounds in an open park land setting. The Hotel's meandering entrance way is flanked by specimen trees framing the approach to the ... More | Double Room: 135

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Cadogan Hotel

Cadogan Hotel

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The Cadogan Hotel is a 19th Century building steeped in character and history. Just 500m from the High Street. Whether you're visiting Newmarket on business or pleasure you can look forward ... More

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Rutland Arms Hotel

Rutland Arms Hotel

A friendly welcome awaits you at the Rutland Arms where history combines with modern hospitality. With 46 en-suite bedrooms, an elegant restaurant and bar area, as well as the traditional cobbled courtyard, the Rutland Arms ... More | visit website

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Best Western Heath Court Hotel

Best Western Heath Court Hotel

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The Best Western Heath Court Hotel is a 3 minute walk to the main High Street, and a 5 minute drive to the races. We welcome you with style and warm ... More

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The Battle of Otterburn - 1388, The Samlesbury Witch Trial - 1612, Salem Witches Executed - 1692, Bonnie Prince Charlie raises standard at Glenfinnan - 1745, Storm Claims 100 Scottish Fishermen - 1848, The Hungerford Massacre - 1987
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