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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September
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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.

It has a fascinating history ... More | Double Room: From £110 | 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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Belstead Brook Hotel

Belstead Brook Hotel

The Belstead Brook Hotel sits in nine acres of tranquil gardens, alongside a willow-lined stream. The original 16th Century hunting lodge is still very much at the heart of the hotel, housing our restaurant, bar ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn Ipswich-Orwell

Holiday Inn Ipswich-Orwell

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The Holiday Inn Ipswich Orwell is 10 minutes' drive from the centre of Ipswich, with easy access to both the A12 and the A14. This Holiday Inn is well placed for Ipswich ... More

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Best Western Claydon Country House Hotel

Best Western Claydon Country House Hotel

This delightful hotel, situated just off of the A14, is within easy driving distance of Ipswich town centre.

Our beautifully furnished bedrooms offer relaxing comfort at the end of a busy day. The hotel is fully ... More | Double Room: £89 | visit website

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Salthouse Harbour Hotel

Salthouse Harbour Hotel

History meets design at the Salthouse Harbour Hotel.

Originally a warehouse, the independently owned Salthouse Harbour Hotel has been transformed into a contemporary styled seventy bed roomed hotel with dazzling views across the marina.

Luxury accommodation is ... More | Double Room: From £100 | 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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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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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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Gatehouse Hotel

Gatehouse Hotel

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A hidden Gem set in Three acres of gardens, nestling on the outskirts of Ipswich, yet only 5 minutes from the centre of town.Ample free car parking, 13 excellent en-suite ... More

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