Holiday Inn Ipswich

A Hotel in Ipswich, Suffolk

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Holiday Inn Ipswich, Ipswich

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The Holiday Inn Ipswich is the perfect base for visiting unspoilt Suffolk. Lavenham and Constable Country are a short distance away. Woodbridge and Felixstowe are both approx 15 minutes away and a little further up the Coast you will reach Aldbrugh/Southwold.

The hotel is 1 hour from Cambridge/London, and 45 minutes from Norwich. The hotel offers full restaurant and bar facilities, Spirit Health Club onsite and ample free parking.

3 star rating

From: £32.50

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