Woolverstone Marina is set in 22 acres of glorious parkland on the picturesque River Orwell with the Royal Harwich Yacht Club nearby.
There are a number of navigable estuaries close at hand, providing interesting sailing in sheltered waters. The adjacent River Stour is particularly scenic and there are numerous creeks in Walton Backwaters to explore. To the south, the Colne and Blackwater estuaries offer varied sailing, while turning north takes you towards the River Deben where you can cruise upriver past Ramsholt to the pretty town of Woodbridge.
Ipswich's first noodle bar. The noodle bar concept comes directly from the Far East, where people demand an extensive range of dishes served with minimal delay.
The most striking thing about mizu are the long wooden benches and tables that diners sit at. The simplest way to dine is all together, so that what you will find in all noodle bars. Tables vary in size from 4 to 18 seats, creating a very communal atmosphere.
From the wooden floor to the marble topped bar, to the maple topped tables, mizu is all about simple, natural materials that give diners a sense of peace and simplicity. The NON SMOKING policy means the only smells in the restaurant are those of the variety of dishes.
Fox’s Marina & Boatyard is an independently run marina and boatyard located on the River Orwell in Ipswich, Suffolk, providing 100 pontoon berths with easy access at all states of the tide, ashore storage for over 200 vessels, extensive on-site repair, refit and maintenance facilities and chandlery.
We manufacture and recondition propeller shafts and bearings as well as special fittings to customers requirements. We also recondition and repair deck and engine room equipment such as winches, pumps and valves. In addition to main engine or auxilliary engine valves and seats
Address: Old Boatyard Business Centre, Cullingham Rd, Ipswich, IP1 2EG
A 21st Century haven of comfort and friendly professionalism within a Grade 1 Listed Elizabethan Manor House, Hintlesham Hall is to be found nestling in 175 acres of rolling Suffolk countryside. The 16th Century building is distinguished by its Georgian additions, most notably the famous faÃ§ade, and by earlier Stuart interior embellishments.
Widely recognised as being one of the loveliest amongst the UK and Ireland's highest rated hotels, the Hall has 33 bedrooms and suites of varying shapes, sizes and styles enhanced by fine fabrics, works of art and antiques which abound throughout the hotel.
The accent is on friendly professionalism and the list of available activities is substantial although the heart of Hintlesham Hall is the opportunity simply to relax and perhaps wander around the grounds or countryside before enjoying Chef's latest menus and depleting our award winning wine cellar.
Health & Beauty and other specialist treatments and a newly equipped gym with helpful instructors now complement the pool (in season) which is small but perfectly formed. Adjacent is the associated championship size PGA golf course.
Welcome to Mumbai, we are the best Indian buffet in the Ipswich area, where you can eat as much as you like for a fixed price.
A fully licensed, air conditioned restaurant, providing the very best Indian dishes and services. We are a great place for the whole family to eat, ideal for any occasion. We are open 7 days a week for lunch and evening meal. Our lunch buffet starts from 12noon until 2.30pm and re open for Evening buffet from 5.45pm until 11.30pm. View our buffet section on our website for prices and dishes on offer.
Address: 2 Coachman Court, Old Market, Ipswich, IP4 1DX
From A14 follow signs for Ipswich Central and Docks. The hotel is situated opposite Foxes Marina, off roundabout at the bottom of the hill. Beefeater combines great food and service with a wide range of choice, ensuring there is something for everyone. Choose from our famous signature dishes or enjoy something lighter from our extensive pub menu.
This 16th Century Hotel is situated on The Cornmill, the Town Square in the centre of thriving Ipswich town.
A five to ten minute walk in any direction will cover most of the central business district, the retail district and the majority of the restaurants, cinemas, theatres, bars & clubs that make the busy nightlife of Ipswich Town.
The Golden Lion Hotel still has many of the original materials buried in its walls and floors. A hotel with a character of its own, that has served as the resting place of many historical figures, including Charles Dickens.