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Inns in Newmarket

Reindeer
62 The Street
Newmarket
Suffolk

CB8 9RS | View map
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In the village of Saxon Street a few miles south of Newmarket, off the B1061 or B1063, the Reindeer is a handsome country hostelry with a fine reputation for the quality of its food and accommodation. The Reindeer has four superior en suite bedrooms all finished to a high standard. The proximity of Newmarket makes the Reindeer an ideal base for everybody interested in Horse racing. Newmarket is the home of the world famous Tattersalls, the oldest blood stock auctioneers in the world, the national racing museum and Newmarket races. The area around the inn has many country lanes and picturesque villages to explore. The historic city of Cambridge and the cathedral city of Ely are within easy reach at just over 16 miles away. The Reindeer is within 5 minutes of the A14 giving easy access to Stansted International Airport, Bury St. Edmunds and all destinations in East Anglia and beyond. The Reindeer is in an idyllic location for guests travelling through or visiting the area on business or pleasure seeking good food and accommodation in a premier hideaway offering a discreet experience and superior hospitality.

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