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Holiday Inn Ipswich Orwell has a convenient location, with good access to the region's major roads. Been here loads times Staff are always nice and really helpful
The Ipswich Hotel is located in the village of Copdock, 15 minutes’ drive from the center of Ipswich. It has a large, walled garden with outdoor seating, a 24-hour front desk, and free Wi-Fi. room huge, bathroom great, bed comfy, breakfast excellent
This delightful hotel, located just off of the A14, is within easy driving distance of Ipswich town center. Rooms have free Wi-Fi, free mineral water, a TV and an private bathroom. The hotel the staff the NB hotel room an SSD breakfast £10.95 value for money
This stylish old dockland building is at Neptune Marina, on Ipswich's waterfront. The modern redesign includes a collection of art. There is free parking, free Wi-Fi and a boutique restaurant. Best night sleep had in long time,the bed so comfy.
Set in Ipswich, Mermaid, Ipswich by Marston's Inns features a garden and bar. The property is 1.2 mi from IP-City Center - Conference Venue and 2297 feet away from Portman Road. 5 minutes from park and ride which was great. Food in pub very good
Milsoms Kesgrave Hall is a charming boutique hotel set in beautiful grounds in the Suffolk countryside, just outside Ipswich. This beautiful property has a restaurant, large terrace and elegant rooms.... The hotel is set in a beautiful location. The restaurant and bar are first rate.
A 21st century haven of comfort and friendly professionalism within a grade I listed Elizabethan manor house, Hintlesham Hall is to be found nestling in 175 acres of rolling Suffolk countryside. A royalty and luxury feel from the minute you walk in to the minute you leave.
a mixture of old and new facilities are available at Portman Road, much in keeping with the rest of Ipswich. Ipswich supporters fail to generate much atmosphere however, despite their team winning.
My wife and I went to visit our aunty and uncles grave in Halstead on the Saturday plus we walked along the foreshore as we used to the scenery looking across the stour was breathtaking and then we had a drink in the bakers arms in which serves traditional ales and great food.