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The Waggon and Horses, Newmarket - pub details

Waggon and Horses

Address: 34 High Street, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 8LB [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Newmarket (0.4 miles), Dullingham (3.8 miles), Kennett (4.6 miles)

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user reviews of the Waggon and Horses, Newmarket

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Noisy, busy high street Greene King tied pub. 4,TV screens, all different channels, loud music, bland beers.
4 pumps, Morlands (Greene King) old speckled hen and old golden hen, last pump blank, so no guest beer, this town in a nutshell - no choice dominated by one "brewer" and publicans can't afford to buy in alternatives.
TonyMitch - 25 Jul 2018 21:40
The Euros was on when we went in here and was pleased to see that they had four TVs, two of which showed the football while the others screened racing and and very strange Irish football type game ;)
Good friendly atmosphere, plenty of ales and bottled beers.
Colourshifter - 19 Jun 2016 19:33
A good pub. good selection of lager but a bit short of real beer, it makes up for this with near perfect guinness. Only racing on the TVs though. came joint top with The Yard Pub.
davethomason - 14 Feb 2012 12:47
Definitely the best G/K pub in the whole of Newmarket. Six hand pumps and even a genuine guest available. Abbott Ale, IPA, O/S/H, Ruddles Best and Tanners Jack. What we were really pleased to see was Ossett Quick Silver. After many halves of IPA in other Newmarket pubs this was a very welcome site. Certainly a pint here and it tasted great. We certainly would have had a second if it wasn't for all the other pubs we still had to do. Quite an old building with a number of beams. A number of large screen TV's were available with the racing channel on. Two posts in the pub have become sign posts with Irish places on them as well as the race course. The landlord was friendly and is from Ireland. This pub was also in our top 3.
Love_good_ale - 17 Jun 2008 00:24
18 months ago used to be the best pub in Newmarket by a long way. Has turned into an Irish pub full of horse-racing people. There are enough of these types of pub in Newmarket already. There used to be at least 5 different real ales available, now only Greene King beers which are very average.
evian - 6 Dec 2005 17:54

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