Newmarket accommodation – Enjoy a retreat in Suffolk
You could start by visiting the Palace House which was built in the 17th century for King Charles II and it is soon to become the national heritage centre for horse racing and sporting art. It goes without saying that you can't avoid horse racing in this town, they have a multi-billion pound breeding industry and almost 1 in 3 jobs are based around horse racing here, so why not go and visit the horse racing museum while you are in Newmarket accommodation and explore stories and the history of the horses and the people behind it. The visitor won't be disappointed in Newmarket holiday cottages because there are races held between April and November so you can experience the high excitement atmosphere. The most notable races are the 1,000 Guineas and 2,000 Guineas which are held at the Rowley Mile racecourse and there are another 3 British Champions Series races which are held in the town every year. Holiday cottages Newmarket are an ideal location for visitors to explore further afield too as the town is only an hour away from London and just a few minutes away from other popular towns such as Cambridge, Mildenhall and Bury St Edmunds.