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Charlotte And Lesley’s guidebook

Charlotte And Lesley
Charlotte And Lesley
Membre depuis 2014
Charlotte And Lesley

Charlotte And Lesley’s guidebook

Sightseeing
A lovely insight into the Horse Racing history.
Horse Racing Museum
A lovely insight into the Horse Racing history.
Food scene
A lovely walk that begins just five minutes from the house that takes you to The Plough, a lovely countryside pub that does delicious hearty food.
Cheveley
A lovely walk that begins just five minutes from the house that takes you to The Plough, a lovely countryside pub that does delicious hearty food.
Nice food and only a ten minutes walk from the house, the walk is lovely and you can see some very old historical houses and a very old church on the way. The pub is also located opposite the village shop.
The Red Lion
218 High St
Nice food and only a ten minutes walk from the house, the walk is lovely and you can see some very old historical houses and a very old church on the way. The pub is also located opposite the village shop.
Neighbourhoods
Newmarket offers many different types of interest for visitors. Apart from the wonderful expanse of its training grounds and its world-class Racecourses, the town has many Grade II listed buildings within its streets. Numerous hotels, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants all offer abundant hospitality. All of these assets are clues to Newmarket’s very long, interesting and unexpected history. The town stands on a belt of chalk which is very free-draining and makes a superb terrain for horseracing. However, there is little surface water in the landscape.
High Street
Newmarket offers many different types of interest for visitors. Apart from the wonderful expanse of its training grounds and its world-class Racecourses, the town has many Grade II listed buildings within its streets. Numerous hotels, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants all offer abundant hospitality. All of these assets are clues to Newmarket’s very long, interesting and unexpected history. The town stands on a belt of chalk which is very free-draining and makes a superb terrain for horseracing. However, there is little surface water in the landscape.