Ipswich

Ipswich is a large port and county town, with many reminders of its history – various parts of its old walls can be seen, in Butter Market there is the Tudor Sparrowe’s House, and Suffolk’s favourite son Constable is celebrated at its Christchurch Mansion Museum, the building itself worth a visit... Read More

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May
Vesti-val
June
Ip-Art
National Childbirth Trust Baby Fair
Suffolk Show
July
Ip-Art
Suffolk Abseil
August
NASC Street Rod Nationals
September
Suffolk Autumn Garden Show
October
Robin Hood Country and Game Show
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Hotels in Ipswich - 36 places to stay

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Kesgrave Hall

Kesgrave Hall

Milsoms Kesgrave Hall is a contemporary gastro bar with fifteen stylish bedrooms Kesgrave Hall is a magnificent Grade II Listed mansion built in 1812 and set in 38 acres of park and woodland.

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Shipwrights Arms Hotel

Shipwrights Arms Hotel

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This hotel offers a prime location close to the railway station, town centre, Ipswich marina, West Bank Dock, the business center and many places of historical interest. The en suite bed and ... More

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Hotel Elizabeth Copdock

Hotel Elizabeth Copdock

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This hotel has a large car park and a restaurant. It is located just outside Ipswich and close to the A12 and A14. Hotel Elizabeth Copdock has a peaceful walled garden ... More

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Ramada Encore Ipswich

Ramada Encore Ipswich

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Opening in June 09 this brand new hotel near the historic Waterfront is located within walking distance from Ipswich Railway station. The Ramada Encore Ipswich offers 126 contemporary bedrooms, the ... More

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Bentley Tower Hotel

Bentley Tower Hotel

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Just a short walk away from the bustling town centre, this small 10-bedroom hotel is set within a wonderful Georgian building in the Suffolk town of Ipswich. For your comfort and convenience, ... More

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Cameo Hotel Copdock

Cameo Hotel Copdock

With peaceful gardens, you can be sure of a relaxing and enjoyable stay at this hotel. Famous Constable Country, captivating Lavenham, ancient Colchester and the Suffolk heritage coast are all within easy reach. Relax with ... More | visit website

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The Crown

The Crown Stoke by Nayland, an historic privately owned village Inn has a reputation for making everyone feel welcome - without pretension - simply a passion for good service, food, wine and real ale.

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Novotel Ipswich

Novotel Ipswich
In the bustling centre of Ipswich, Novotel Ipswich offers spacious rooms with large work desks and luxury rain showers. The stylish, modern rooms feature a 26-inch LCD TV and comfortable seating area, and all rooms have ... More | visit website
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Golden Lion Hotel

Golden Lion Hotel

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16Th Century Town Centre Hotel with a private car park, located in the middle of Ipswich Town Centre. Relax in the comfortable bedrooms of ... More

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The Riverside Hotel

The Riverside Hotel
Hotel Bar and Restaurant conveniently situated across the road from Ipswich train station. with meeting and conference facilities available and ample parking. riverside views to the rear of hotel. Ipswich football club five minute walk. ... More | visit website

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