Based in the countryside near Newmarket racecourse this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a nights accommodation.
An admission badge at the Premier Enclosure offers guests both second to none facilities and the finest views from the racecourse of both the track and the stage. Guests will also have wider access to a diverse choice of food and drink outlets as well as the Grandstand & Paddock and Family Enclosures where the bookmakers are located. A strict dress code applies to the Premier Enclosure, requiring gentleman to wear a collared shirt and this is outlined in more detail below.
White Horse Stables is an impressive Grade 11 listed country house and is a fine example of the Arts and Crafts Architecture enjoying stunning and far reaching views. The property is situated in the fashionable village of Stetchworth, three miles from Newmarket, the home of British Horse Racing.
Formally the Old White Horse Inn it was commissioned in 1905 by the 3rd Earl of Ellesmere, a racehorse enthusiast of the day and designed by Charles Voysey the celebrated English architect. Charles was a leading figure in the Arts and Crafts movement and one of the pioneers of modern architecture. Before the Second World War, it was a coach house which doubled as a small hotel and it is reputed that HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother stayed here whilst visiting Newmarket races.
Until recently it was the much loved home of Frankie and Catherine Dettori, their family and four legged friends.
Previous residents also include the legendary Irish Gambler and ex Race Horse Trainer Barney Curley who lived at White Horse Stables until 1997.