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Best Western Heath Court Hotel | Hotel

The Best Western Heath Court Hotel is a 3 minute walk to the main High Street, and a 5 minute drive to the races. We welcome you with style and warm traditional Suffolk friendliness. All of our forty-one en suite, centrally heated, bedrooms offer first- class accommodation and include satellite television, dvd player, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and trouser press. Quality toiletries in all luxury bathrooms. The hotel has its own restaurant with a wide selection of dishes, Tipsters Bar, and conference and banqueting rooms. Newmarket is famous for its horse racing: the Rowley Mile with its recently developed stand and the July Course. Newmarket is also known as the centre of British horse racing. The Hotel is situated adjacent to the farmed heath where some of the town's 3000 racehorses can be seen training every morning.

Hotel booking InformationHotel Availability

Number of Rooms: 41
Type: Hotel
Rooms from: GBP40

Please ring the hotel directly for dinner reservations during December.

Address

Best Western Heath Court Hotel
Moulton Road


Newmarket
Suffolk
CB8 8DY

Eating & Drinking

Bar Facililities available
Restaurant available
Room Service available

Transport

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

Pampering



Guest Services

Front Desk open 24 hours a day

Sports & Fitness












Business Facilities

Meeting and banqueting facilities

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

Family




For guests with disabilities


Best Western Heath Court Hotel

The Restaurant at Best Western Heath Court Hotel

The Bedrooms at Best Western Heath Court Hotel







The Bedrooms at Best Western Heath Court Hotel
The Bedrooms at Best Western Heath Court Hotel








 

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