Cadogan Hotel

The Cadogan Hotel is a small family run business. only 500 metres from Newmarket High Street this 19th Century building is steeped in history and character.

Before it became one of the Newmarket hotels King Edward VII often visited the Earl of Cadogan, when the hotel was then his Newmarket home. It is rumoured that underground passageways linked this property with the King Palace; part of which can still be seen today.

In 2002 Kevin and Julie Reed took over the hotel and have continually maintained and improved the building to bring it up to today's standards, whilst keeping the character and charm of the building. All of the rooms are different shapes and sizes, some still have original features.

All rooms are ensuite and are equipped with a hairdryer, an iron and ironing board, and complimentary beverages.

The Hotel offers FREE parking without any height restriction, and FREE WiFi. Each morning you can watch the racehorses pass by the front of the hotel on the way to the training gallops, whilst enjoying a freshly cooked full English breakfast.

Whether visiting Newmarket for the races, on business or pleasure you can look forward to a warm, welcoming and comfortable stay at the Cadogan Hotel.

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