KINGS
formerly MARLBOROUGH CLUB


Location:- Kingston Passage




On part of the site of King James I's Palace. www.newmarketshops.info has detailed history of that era.

click here to go to the Newmarket Shops website for more details

A lot of Newmarket history went when the remains of the palace were demolished and this building and the adjacent Toy Store were built in the 1830s.
During WW2 the premises were used for a wartime operations centre. After the war,they were purchased by the Marlborough Club, whose premises on the High Street were destroyed by bombing on 18th February 1941. In 2012 Marlborough Club Ltd was incorporated and trades as King's Restaurant and in 2016 planning permission was grant to convert much of the building into up to 26 letting bedrooms.

click here to go to the Kings own website

KNOWN LICENSING HISTORY
Year Licensee Owner source
1-11-2007 to 6-10-2009 James Thomas O'Neill licensing register
5-11-2012 Luke John McCarthy " "


Marlborough Club about 2007



about 2013



2014 by David Rippington - new conservatory restaurant on left,
and in background the wall of the old Subscription Rooms




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