Ipswich Hotels and Accommodation
(Ipswich, Suffolk, England, UK)
There are many different places to stay around the town of Ipswich, ranging from small and cosy guest houses, to considerably larger brand-name hotels. Further accommodation in Ipswich includes a number of self-catering apartments and cottages, as well as farmhouse and pub B&B lodging, which is generally very affordable.
Those looking to stay in the centre of Ipswich will find that there are lots of hotels and guest houses to choose between. The modern Novotel Centre enjoys a well-placed central location and three-star accommodation, and lies off Franciscan Way, being just a relatively short walk from Princes Street and Portman Road, where the famous football stadium resides.
Where to Stay
If you favour Best Western accommodation, then you will be pleased to find no less than three hotels within easy reach of the town, all of which offer excellent value for money.
These are the White Lion Hotel in the nearby village of Aldeburgh, which stands on the Market Cross Place and alongside a popular shingle beach, where it boasts views of the beautiful Heritage Coast. The Best Western Claydon Country House Hotel in the neighbouring village of Claydon is to be found on Ipswich Road and is just a ten-minute drive from the town centre. Finally, the Best Western Gatehouse Hotel is situated on the outskirts of Ipswich, on Old Norwich Road, within the appealing conservation area of Whitton.
The Ramada Encore Ipswich is another good accommodation option and is situated on Ranelagh Road, next to Gippeswyk Park and conveniently near to the town's railway station. Another familiar brand name in the town is the Holiday Inn Ipswich Hotel on London Road, which features a large indoor pool and resides on the outskirts of town, off the A12 / A14 interchange.
For a spot of luxury accommodation, consider the plush lodging available at Hintlesham Hall in Hintlesham, the Swan at Lavenham, or the contemporary Salthouse Harbour Hotel on the Neptune Quay, which came to prominence in 2003, when it was transformed from a historic waterfront warehouse.