Cadogan Hotel | Hotel

Housed within a 19th century building, steeped in character and history, this small famil-run hotel is ideally situated just 500 metres away from Newmarket's bustling High Street. 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, Prince of Wales, later to become King Edward VII. Rumour has it that the king himself became a frequent visitor to the hotel and entertained the beautiful Lilly Langtry here. Secret passages are said to exist between Cadogan Hotel and the king's quarters at Palace House. Since taking over the hotel in October 2002, Kevin and Julie Reed have undertaken a continual improvement programme. The rooms, bar and restaurant have now been upgraded, with further improvements planned to help the Cadogan enhance its AA 3-star small hotel award.

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Number of Rooms: 12
Type: Hotel
Rooms from: GBP65.0


Cadogan Hotel
Fordham Rd


Eating & Drinking

Bar Facililities available
Restaurant available


Car Parking available (charges apply)
Free Car Parking for guests


Guest Services

Sports & Fitness

Golf course nearby (within 3km)

Business Facilities

Internet Services
Fax and Photocopying Services
Wi-Fi Internet available in all or parts of the hotel
Free Wi-Fi Internet available



Cadogan Hotel

The Restaurant at Cadogan Hotel

The Bedrooms at Cadogan Hotel
The Bedrooms at Cadogan Hotel
The Bedrooms at Cadogan Hotel

The Bedrooms at Cadogan Hotel