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Cadogan Hotel
Newmarket, Suffolk

 

 
Description
 

The Cadogan Hotel is a 19th century building steeped in character and history, just 500 metres from the High Street. Whether you're visiting Newmarket on business or pleasure, you can look forward to a comfortable stay. The hotel offers 12 en suite rooms with complimentary breakfast. In 1895, a gentleman of a rather dubious nature known as Gordon Chetwynd sold what was known then as Rutland Cottage to the 5th Earl of Cadogan. The Earl numbered amongst his closest friends Edward Price of Wales, later to become King Edward VII. Rumour has it that the King himself became a frequent visitor to the hotel and was known to have entertained the beautiful Lilly Langtry. Secret passages are said to exist between Cadogan Hotel and the King's quarters at Palace House. Kevin and Julie Reed have owned the Cadogan since October 2002 and have undertaken a continual improvement programme. The bedrooms, bar and restaurant have been upgraded with further improvements planned. (These do not take place whilst guests are staying). Guests staying at The Cadogan Hotel may also use the facilities at The Edge Leisure Centre at The Bedford Lodge Hotel for an additional 5.00 GBP per person per day. This is a family-run hotel offering a friendly service to all our customers. Kevin and Julie look forward to welcoming you in the near future.

 
Rooms From
 
£49
 
Number of Rooms
 
12
 
Contact Details
 

Fordham Rd
Newmarket
Suffolk
CB8 7AA
England

 
 
 

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