Rosery Country House Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

15 Church StreetExning

Rosery Country House Hotel, Newmarket

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Accommodation Description:

The hotel was originally a Manor house which was converted around 60 years ago. We have a large conservatory restaurant comfortable bar & lounge area and a patio area with a large traditional English Garden For the business travellers we also have meeting rooms availble to hire. All our bedrooms are a good size with en-suite and all have tea & coffee making facilities & tv s.

We have a large FREE car park and FREE WI FI is available. The Restaurant serves good home cooked food and our bar has fine wines and beers at competitive pricesplease note that the Bar and Restaurant are closed on Sunday evenings . Situated 10 minutes from the Newmarket Racecourses we frequently host corporate events offering the perfect solution to your accommodation and restaurant needs.

Race days are exceedingly popular we therefore recommend that you book well in advance. Our latest check-in time is 10pm We do not accept check-ins after this time unless by prior arrangement.

 4 star rating

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