If you are planning a romantic getaway then these gems will add to your Newmarket experience as far as your accommodation options are concerned.
The 4 red star luxury hotel, which last year was named Best Wedding Venue in the East of England for the second year in a row, is the perfect choice for those wanting to pop the question as part of their Valentines Day surprises or mark a special anniversary in romantic and elegant surroundings. Accompanied by three acres of secluded gardens, adjacent to some of the most famous paddocks and training stables in the world, this is a wonderful choice for any couple wishing for a long weekend that exudes romance.
The stylish surroundings of the AA 4 silver starred Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, full of character and charm could be the perfect choice for those looking for superb food from their award-winning Mill House restaurant where they can indulge in a tempting selection of local and international dishes. Opt for their exclusive four poster beds with whirlpool spa baths for an extra-special getaway full of romance.
This distinctive 17th century former coaching inn, nestled along the vibrant High Street, will take you back in time with its cobbled courtyard dating back to the reign of Charles II. Filled with original period features, this hotel has all the character and charm of Newmarket, past, present and future. Perfect for those wishing to stay within the beating heart of the town amongst some of the town’s rich history.
For those looking to stay on the outskirts of the town, The Packhorse Inn, in Moulton, the location of your three-course lunch during the tour, is a great option for those wanting to enjoy stylish bedrooms, exceptional service and atmosphere. Eight plush bedrooms filled offer the choice of double, king and super king beds, free-standing baths and peaceful surroundings.
With Valentine’s Day falling on a Thursday this year it seems the perfect opportunity to plan an escape to the country to take in the tranquil surroundings and enjoy some quality time with a significant other. Let Discover Newmarket take the hassle out of arranging things to do with our Hearts Racing Valentine’s Tour. Visit our Tours page to book your places for this exclusive VIP experience that sees you visit the opulent Jockey Club Rooms, the yard of a top Newmarket trainer and a tour around one of the town’s major Stud Farms. There will also be a sumptuous three-course lunch at The Packhorse Inn in the picturesque village of Moulton.
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