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Newmarket

Newmarket

NEWMARKET This historic town is located within Suffolk and has deep ties with the British horseracing industry, with two of the largest horseraces in the United Kingdom held each year. The town is also the home of the now infamous Newmarket Racecourse, which holds a whopping 45,000 spectators. The town is centrally located, a mere 14 miles from the vibrant city of Cambridge. Visitors often enjoy heading to the Gallops, where you can observe jockeys and horses training, there is also an idyllic bar and restaurant scene in the town offering plenty to get up to in the darker hours.

We love Newmarket because...

  • Historic tales
  • Newmarket Racecourse
  • Bars and restaurants
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Rutland Arms Hotel, Newmarket
33 High Street, Newmarket CB8 8NB

A great base for exploring the surrounding area, Rutland Arms Hotel combines modern furnishings with a charming old building.

2 nights from
£ 80.00pp
Rutland Arms Hotel, Newmarket
33 High Street, Newmarket CB8 8NB

A great base for exploring the surrounding area, Rutland Arms Hotel combines modern furnishings with a charming old building.

In and around Newmarket

National Horseracing Museum – Palace House

This fascinating heritage museum takes visitors on a journey through the history of horse racing on the British Isles. The museum makes use of interactive and audio-visual displays and exhibits, with some of the most interesting artworks and relics on display.

University of Cambridge

Founded in 1231 and one of the oldest continually operating universities in the world, the university has well celebrated alumni including Sir Isaac Newton, Sir Francis Bacon, Charles Darwin, David Attenborough and many more. There are nine museums and collections open to the public, as well as the College chapels. Take a guided walking tour of the sites, or explore at leisure and learn the secrets behind one of the oldest, most successful and mysterious universities in the world.

Ely Cathedral

The site of this beautiful cathedral has been in use as a church since the year 672 BC, with parts of the current building erected in 1083 AD. The building was designed in the Romanesque style, although Gothic features were added in later years meaning that lovers of architecture can admire the many styles, as well as the outstanding collection of stained glass windows and intricately decorated interior.

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