The Tack Room, Palace Street, Newmarket, United Kingdom
The Tack Room, located within the grounds of the National Horse Racing Museum, is accessed via the large gates on Palace Street, Newmarket and is open to the general public as well as visitors to the museum.
Spacious seating is provided both inside, in contemporary surroundings, as well as outside in the beautiful King’s Yard that once stabled Charles II’s horses.
The Tack Room Restaurant, run by Dandelion Catering, features the Best of British showcasing seasonal and local produce wherever possible. Throughout the summer months the outdoor terrace provides the perfect space to dine alfresco and you will be hard pushed to find a more stunning courtyard setting. Whether it’s for a quick cup of coffee, a leisurely lunch or a glass of wine, the friendly team at The Tack Room will be delighted to welcome you.
The Tack Room gets its name from the original use of the building when Bruce Hobbs occupied it in the 1980’s. With views into the Rothschild Yard – stabling up to eight former racehorses in the flagship home to RoR, it is a unique and enchanting setting for a restaurant/café.
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