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Situated in Ipswich, this apartment is within 1 mile (2 km) of St Peter's by the Waterfront, The Witchbottle Theatre and Custom House. Cardinal Park and Ipswich ...
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Situated in Ipswich, this apartment is within a 5-minute walk of St. Helen's Church and Ipswich Regent Theatre. University Campus Suffolk and Ipswich Waterfront ...
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Ipswich Waterfront is a vibrant part of town, boasting a mixture trendy bars and restaurants, hotels and historic buildings. Located around 15 minutes from the centre of Ipswich, the waterfront area is great place to go for a relaxing walk along the marina, a drink, or a bite to eat in a lovely setting. There are lots of great hotels located close to Ipswich Waterfront, and wherever your Suffolk hotel happens to be, it's a charming location for a great day out with the family.
Ipswich Docks has a long history which dates back to the 7th Century, when Ipswich was part of the Kingdom of East Anglia. Later, during the reign of Edward III, the docks became an important harbour for the wool trade, which was Britain's main export at the time. Since then, the docks have remained an important port, and today much of the dock's history is still evident in the beautiful waterfront architecture, notably the Grade II listed Old Custom House.
Whilst Ipswich Docks are still operational, the Waterfront area has been redeveloped as a vibrant hub filled with various trendy bars and restaurants, hotels and tourist attractions. Why not explore the River Orwell on board the 'Orwell Lady', with regular river cruises departing daily? If you're looking to stay on the waterfront, the four-star Salthouse Harbour Hotel boasts views over the marina and a convenient location close Ipswich town-centre and in easy reach of many eateries, bars and shops.
With lots of top-quality hotels in Suffolk in easy reach of Ipswich, it's definitely worth stopping by this vibrant county town. Ipswich has more than its fair share of attractions, including many beautiful buildings which grew up off the back of the busy docklands. Today, Ipswich is a forward looking, cosmopolitan town, particularly along the waterfront area - which looks out over the River Orwell and towards a bright future. Ipswich is served by Ipswich railway station and the A14 and A12 roads, with plenty of parking available around town.