New owners and aspiration for historic hotel in Newmarket

PUBLISHED: 10:15 06 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:15 06 April 2018

The Rutland Arms has been sold

The Rutland Arms has been sold


An historic hotel in Newmarket has been taken over by new owners who plan to refurbish the site over the next three years.

Review Hotels Ltd has acquired the 3-star Rutland Arms Hotel, located at the top of Newmarket’s high street.

Bosses bought the highly regarded former coaching inn for an undisclosed sum in March this year.

They also own Newmarket’s 4-star Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa.

Noel Byrne, chief executive at Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa, said: “Rutland Arms Hotel is an iconic part of Newmarket’s high street and is a great addition to our portfolio. The distinctive property is built around an attractive cobbled courtyard and dates back to the 17th century.

“Over the next three years we plan to embark on a significant refurbishment programme for the hotel, which will include extensive reparation works to the exterior and interior of the building.”

The Rutland Arms Hotel comprises of 46 bedrooms, a restaurant and bar, courtyard terrace, and conference and event facilities for up to 60 delegates.

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