5 Awesome places to stay when you need more room…

Check out these 5 places to stay that should be on your radar...
Discover Ipswich, Staff Writer

Coming to Ipswich with family or friends and looking for a place to stay that is bigger than your average hotel room?

Here are five options to try around the Ipswich region.

Villa Modica

Villa Modica, Ipswich

Villa Modica is an eye-catching Mediterranean house high on a hill with views across to Queens Park and all the way to the mountains in the far distance. There are five bedrooms and this elegant house sleeps up to 14 with extra beds added plus there are multiple indoor and outdoor living areas, a roof top deck and plunge pool.  

Keira Farm

Keira Farm

Keira Farm offers a fully self-contained cottage but her charms continue outside with an outdoor tub and a large firepit plus camping facilities. It is the closest accommodation to the Ipswich Motorsport precinct – good to know if you’re coming out to the Swich for one of the big events that happen here throughout the year. 

Spicers Hidden Vale

Spicers Hidden Vale

Spicers Hidden Vale is a five-star luxury retreat at historic Grandchester  offers and range of beautiful accommodation options including two-bedroom cottages but if you’re looking for even more space you’ll be needing the four-bedroom cottage.  It is a beautifully styled house with timeless country styling and each bedroom has its own ensuited bathroom. Plus you’ll be just a sunset stroll to the hatted Homage restaurant

Tallavalley Farm

Tallavalley Farm B&B

Enjoy country peace and quiet with an entire house all to yourself in an idyllic spot at Talegalla, an ideal base for exploring the country towns of Rosewood and Marburg and the region’s many great walking trails. Tallavalley Farm B&B is a three-bedroom two-bathroom house is on a 50-acre working property and there’s a yard next to the house so you can even bring your dog and your horse!

Villa on Ferguson

Villa on Ferguson

Villa on Ferguson is a budget-friendly house in a handy location in North Ipswich. It’s an ideal option for those looking for an affordable place to stay that still has plenty of room. It’s also walking distance to one of Ipswich’s favourite family destinations, The Workshops Rail Museum.  

These are only a few of the accommodation options in Ipswich, click for more options.

Discover Ipswich Staff Writer
Rocky the Rock Wallaby is a Sagittarius who lives at the Ipswich Nature Centre and often contributes to Discover Ipswich in his spare time. When he's not busy showing tourists around, blogging or hanging out with his bestie Milly the Wombat, he likes to hit the gym for a leg session, graze on quinoa salad and ponder the possibilities of the universe.

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