As per the Government's guidelines Kings will be only offering a Bar & Garden Menu.

You will only be able to sit outside. Unfortunately if it rains you are unable to take cover inside
as this is not permitted until 17th May when we can once more reopen indoors. (toilets will be open 1 in 1 out policy).
If it's particularly cold or wet we reserve the right not to open, so please always telephone first to confirm.
There are a limited number of heated gazebos. We are unable to take bookings for a Saturday, this is on a first come basis.
We are however able to take bookings for any other day. Tables are limited to a maximum of 6 people.
Let's hope the sun shines and we can all enjoy a well deserved drink in our wonderful garden!

About us 



Kings Newmarket boasts a contemporary designed lounge and bar.

There are also a selection of well appointed rooms equipped with the latest technology including flat screen TV's and complimentary WIFI plus:  

* Microwave

* Fridge

* Kettle

* Toaster



Kings Hotel Newmarket is a magnificent Grade II listed building with a long and colourful history

dating back to the 17th Century.

Kings incorporates the remains of King James I and King Charles I racing palace. The ballroom and indoor tennis court are now the restaurant and bar. The garden dates back to 1606 with its original well sunk in 1616. 


Over the years Kings has seen service as a coach house, a courthouse, a logistics headquarters for the military and more recently a gentleman's club.


To learn more of our fascinating history check out the links below:


Image by Julian Simpson


Only 90 minutes from London by car, Suffolk offers everything one could possibly need for a staycation:

long, sandy beaches, lively towns packed with fun things to do, a fine selection of pubs and restaurants and, of course, Kings Newmarket.

It's often referred to as ‘Constable Country’, owing to its string of bucolic villages straddling the Essex border

that were famously painted by the English landscape painter, John Constable.

Make Kings Newmarket your base in Suffolk whilst you explore this ancient county. 

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KINGS NEWMARKET  OPENING TIMES: Monday-Thursday from 5pm
Friday & Sunday from 4pm
Saturday from 3pm