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4-6 Ancaster Road
0.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £44
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15 Duke Street
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £45
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55-61 Wherstead Road
0.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £50
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2.3 Miles from the centre

A comfortable Ipswich hotel with onsite You Fit Health Club, event space, restaurant and free parking.Holiday Inn® Ipswich hotel is only 10 minutes by car from the town centre.We’re conveniently located at the junction of the A12 and A14, a quick drive from Ipswich Station, offering direct trains to Cambridge, Norwich and London. If you’re exploring the local area you can take a scenic river cruise at nearby Ipswich waterfront, catch a stock-car race at Foxhall Stadium or visit Wolsey's Gate, a Tudor brick gateway that's reportedly haunted. For some fresh air, try a stroll through the walled garden and maze at lush Holywells Park. Our four well-equipped meeting rooms are suitable for events or parties, with space for up to 150 guests, and there’s a handy business centre in the lobby.At this hotel you can enjoy: free Wi-Fi, rooms with sofa beds for families, 24-hour room service.Work out, relax in the sauna or have a soothing soak in the Jacuzzi at our You Fit Health Club. Kids can burn off energy in the outdoor play area. Our comfortable bedrooms have satellite TV, a desk where you can work and a choice of pillows to help you sleep. You can enjoy a hearty breakfast or dinner in our Open Lobby or Junction Restaurant and kids stay and eat free.

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per night from £54
(price for Sun, 11 Jun)
1331 reviews by TrustYou
3.2 Miles from the centre

A comfortable Ipswich hotel with a restaurant and conference facilities. Just off the A14, Holiday Inn® Ipswich - Orwell hotel is right next to the Ransomes Europark business park.We’re only a 15-minute drive from Ipswich town centre, and buses run from outside the hotel. Ipswich Station offers direct trains to London. Our 6 versatile meeting rooms can cater for up to 160 guests and our dedicated conference host can help take care of all the details. We’re also a licensed wedding venue, with packages for all budgets. Head to nearby Christchurch Mansion to admire works by local artists Constable and Gainsborough in its Wolsey Art Gallery, or visit Ipswich Waterfront for bistro dining and boat trips on the River Orwell. The seaside town of Aldeburgh and the Sutton Hoo Anglo-Saxon burial site are both within half an hour by car.At this hotel you can enjoy: free Wi-Fi, free on-site parking, kids stay and eat free.Our comfortably furnished rooms all come with pillow menus and Smart TVs. Start your day with a full English breakfast buffet, and dine on international dishes in the Priory Restaurant. Keep fit in the Mini Gym. After a busy day, relax with a pint in the lounge or our leafy garden.

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per night from £60
(price for Sun, 11 Jun)
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213-215 Cauldwell Hall Road
1.2 Miles from the centre

Situated just 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Ipswich, The Harp Freehouse and Guesthouse offers free WiFi and free onsite parking and is located just 5 minutes’ walk from Derby Road Railway Station. With wrought-iron beds, each room includes a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suite shower rooms have complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. The Old Times Public House, located less than 5 minute stroll from the guest house, offers live sports channels, a pool table, dart board, juke box and a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits. The pub is happy for customers to take food into the pub to eat whist having a beverage purchased from the bar. The Harp Freehouse and Guesthouse is just over 2 miles from Sir John Mills Theatre and within 1 mile of the Regent Theatre and Corn Exchange. The beautiful Neptune Marina is an 18-minute downhill walk away. The University Campus Suffolk is also just 18 minutes’ walk away.

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per night from £60
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Burrell Road
0.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £75
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Belstead Road
2.1 Miles from the centre

Rooms at the Hotel Muthu Belstead Brook are traditionally decorated and feature en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, tea/coffee-making facilities, iron and ironing accessories. The hotel offers spa and beauty treatments at the leisure club, which must be booked prior to arrival. There's a large indoor pool, sauna, steam bath and solarium, as well as a fully equipped gym.

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per night from £76
(price for Sun, 11 Jun)
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Grey Friars Road
0.4 Miles from the centre

Make yourself at home in our luxurious 4-star Novotel Ipswich Centre hotel, just a few steps from the vibrant waterfront and city centre. The stylish, modern rooms will give you and your family plenty of space to unwind, relax and take in the scenery - and you'll enjoy delicious food fresh from the in-house Elements Restaurant. Complete with a multi-purpose gym, an indoor play area and pet-friendly facilities, you'll never need an excuse to leave!

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per night from £89
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Yarmouth Road
0.9 Miles from the centre
per night from £98
(price for Tue, 06 Jun)
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Ranelagh Road
0.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £114
(price for Tue, 06 Jun)

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Hotels in Ipswich

Set in a town with a rich history dating back to the Anglo Saxon period, Ipswitch Hotels offer access to ancient buildings, a beautiful waterfront, a range of galleries and museums, and a vibrant nightlife.


While the area around Ipswich was an important one during the Roman period, it wasn't until the Anglo Saxon period of the 7th and 8th century that the town took shape around what today is known as Ipswich Dock. During this time the area was an important port for North Sea trade and communication between East Anglia and the continent. The famous ship-burial at nearby Sutton Hoo is most likely the grave of King Rædwald. Ipwich was eventually granted its own town charter in 1200 by King John. In the centuries following this, the town became famed for its merchants.

Famous figures

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey was born in Ipswich and remains one of the town's most well known historical figures. The famous painter, Thomas Gainsborough, lived and worked in Ipswich during the 18th century. In the 19th century Charles Dickens stayed in Ipswich and also used it for the setting of The Pickwick Papers. Lord Nelson also lived in Ipswich, after moving there with Lady Nelson in 1797.


Contemporary Ipswich is a shopper's paradise. The Buttermarket Centre and Tower Ramparts Centre both offer a range of outlets, while St Peters and St Nicholas Street has an impressive selection of boutique shops, cafés and watering holes. Queen Street and Westgate Street are the place to go for big brands such as Debenhams, Next, H&M and TopShop.

The Waterfront

When the sun sets, Ipswich's Waterfront comes to life. The lights of the boats on the harbour water serve as a beautiful backdrop for strolls along the waterfront, before ducking in to one of the area's many bars and restaurants. There are also a number of river cruises available on the resident boats such as Sailing Barge Victor and the Orwell Lady.

Sutton Hoo

Arguably the most famous archaeological site in Britain, Sutton Hoo is the site of two 6th and 7th-century burial grounds. The wealth of Anglo Saxon artefacts, mainly held by the British Museum, are generally thought to be linked to the burial of King Rædwald, the ruler of the East Angles. The find was notable due to the sheer volume of preserved material that had been left relatively undisturbed. A visitor's centre on the site provides a detailed account of the history surrounding the discovery.

Museums and Galleries

Ipswich is home to a number of excellent museums detailing the heritage of the town. These include the wartime history of Clifford Road Air Raid Shelter Museum, The Ipswich Transport Museum, Norfolk And Suffolk Aviation Museum and the town's main museum, Ipswich Museum, which features a towering stuffed giraffe. In terms of galleries there is the Waterfront Gallery, the Town Hall Galleries and Ipswich Art School.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Ipswich

What are the most booked hotels in Ipswich?

pentahotel Ipswich, Novotel Ipswich Centre and Muthu Belstead Brook Hotel, Ipswich are some of the popular hotels in Ipswich.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Ipswich?

The cheapest price for a double room in Ipswich is £44, offered by Bridge Guest House.

What hotels are in the central Ipswich neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Ipswich, you can consider staying at Novotel Ipswich Centre, Salthouse Harbour Hotel and The Station Hotel.

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