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WHAT WE LOVE...

The Salthouse Harbour exudes chic from its spot on the quayside, overlooking the masts and motor boats of the town's swanky marina. It is quirky and contemporary with its slick, high-spec rooms, fabulous marina views and an excellent destination restaurant, and would suit anyone who wants to give Ipswich a chance for a weekend break.

THE DETAILS

Location

The hotel has such a confident sense of style, and there is so much to do nearby within walking distance.

Located in Neptune Marina, this stylish old dockland building sits right on the modern Ipswich Waterfront.
By car: London is 2 hours 15 minutes away, Cambridge 1 hour 20 mins and Norwich 1 hour 30 mins. There is limited free parking at the hotel.
By train: Ipswich Train Station is a 15-minute drive or 20-minute walk from the hotel. Trains run to London Liverpool Street, Cambridge, Lowestoft and Norwich. thetrainline.com

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Style & Character

Originally converted from one of the quayside warehouses, but with a modern extension attached, The Salthouse Harbour blends the town's maritime feel with a unique modern style. The best hotels create their own bubble of activity - and this one doesn't do a bad job at all.

Service & Facilities

The hotel really comes into its own in summer, with the quayside and the terrace busy with people enjoying an almost Mediterranean vibe when the weather's fine.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Afternoon tea
  • Children's menu
  • Vegan menu
  • Wine nights
  • 24-hour room service
  • On-site parking
  • Access to local spa
  • Marina views

Rooms

Rooms at The Salthouse are perfect for sitting in a big bathtub, gazing out over the boats of the marina and imagining you're in Antibes.

Salthouse Rooms, Marina Rooms, Contemporary Rooms, Penthouse Suite
Facilities include: double bed, balcony with marina views, work desk, flat screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, temple Spa toiletries, cafetiere coffee, luxury teas and hairdryer

Food & Drink

Try to order fish or seafood, it's always good, and they also serve an excellent Sunday Roast. The ham hock and game terrine is a standout dish.

The Salthouse Eaterie: fresh, seasonal ingredients, local produce, Suffolk Chef of the Year 2019. Open every day for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner overlooking the harbour. Mains £15-£28.

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