Newmarket hotel

A thoroughbred hotel just two miles down the road from the thrills of Newmarket Racecourses
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Fred Archer Way, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 8NY
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Directions: Exit A14 at junction 37 and turn onto Fordham Road (A142). Continue forward for 1.7 miles, going straight over two roundabouts. At the end of Fordham Rd, stay in the right hand lane and take the right. Hotel is situated on the left hand side. No onsite car parking, there are a 28 allocated parking bays on level 2 of the short stay carpark opposite the hotel at the Guineas shopping centre. Height restrictions apply at 2 meters. Please contact the hotel for further info. Parking bays on a first come first serve basis.
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Transport and local information: Newmarket Train Station 0.5 mile
Newmarket Racecourse 1.7 miles
The Guineas-Shopping Centre 0.1 mile
Anglesey Abbey 9 miles
Links Golf Course 2 miles
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Hotel Parking:

There is no on-site parking at this hotel. We have 28 allocated parking bays on level 2 of Guineas Shopping Centre car park opposite the hotel. These bays are free for hotel guests and are allocated on a first come first serve basis. The car park can't accommodate coaches, trucks or trailers. 

Additional, chargeable parking is available on levels 4 & 5 of this car park. Charges apply 9am - 4pm, with free overnight parking. Max 60p/hour or 2.50 all day. 

Height restriction of 2m applies.

Hotel description You'll know you've picked a winner with Premier Inn Hotel Newmarket. Set in the heart of the horseracing world, you'll wake up in a leading position for business destinations around Newmarket, as well as all the thrills of race day. Watch your favourite horse come in at the July Racecourse or the Rowley Mile Course. Spot a future champion at the National Stud. Or look back to where it all began at the National Horseracing Museum. Then get on the home straight back to a hearty meal in our restaurant, and hit the hay in your extra-comfy bed.
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