Where to stay in Ipswich

Looking for a place to stay in Ipswich? Here's some options.
15 Dec 2020
Ashleigh Howarth, Freelance writer

Whether you are visiting Ipswich for business or pleasure, there are multiple accommodation options for single travellers, families or groups of people.

To help make your journey easier, here are eight businesses where you can stop and rest your head.

Cumquat House

Relax and unwind in the heritage city at this charming bed and breakfast.

Built in 1914, Cumquat House features six rooms, each with its own king or queen bed.

It is also positioned close to a number of eateries and city attractions, such as Pumpyard Bar and Brewery in the 88 Limestone Precinct, as all as the Ipswich Antique Centre.

Cumquat House is located at 10 Salisbury Road, Ipswich.

Spicers Hidden Vale

Located a short 30 minute drive from Ipswich’s epicentre, Spicers Hidden Vale has all the comforts of luxury with true country hospitality.

Featuring heritage cottages with one to four bedrooms, guests will have all the comforts from home waiting for them, not to mention their own verandah where they can view the stunning sunrise or sunset.

Diners will also be able to feast on an array of local ingredients at the award-winning restaurant, and enjoy activities such as bush walking, bike riding, swimming and croquet.

Type 617 Mount Mort Road Grandchester into your GPS.

Quest Ipswich

Quest Ipswich

With 64 serviced apartments, including one, two, and three bedroom apartments, as well as studio rooms, there is plenty of space and comfort for the whole family at Quest Ipswich.

Each room has cooking facilities, so you could make your own meals, or take a short drive or stroll into the Ipswich Central Business District to dine at one of the city’s fine restaurants and bars.

There is also an on-site swimming pool, complimentary WiFi, conference facilities and car parking.

Quest Ipswich is located at 57-63 Warwick Rd, Ipswich.

Oaks Ipswich Aspire Suites


Dive into the swimming pool, relax your muscles in the Jacuzzi, or pump some weight at the gym during your visit to Oaks Ipswich Aspire Suites

Guests can choose from a selection of comfortable studios, as well as one, two and three bedroom apartments, complete with full kitchens and spacious balconies.

The Top of Town Precinct is only metres away, and includes a number of unique retailers, music venues, restaurants and bars.

Get a good night’s sleep at 1 West Street, Woodend.

Ipswich Country Motel

Ipswich Country Motel

Having recently undergone a refurbishment, the Ipswich Country Motel offers comfortable and affordable accommodation in Ipswich, close to major highways, roads and amenities.

The motel is also able to cater for tour groups, and can cater for large vehicles including buses, trailers and trucks with its free off-site parking.

There is also a in-house restaurant perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a bar where guests can enjoy an afternoon drink.

Drive to 250 South Station Road, Ipswich.

Best Western

Featuring an array of modern rooms with kitchenettes, a laundromat, wireless internet, on-site restaurant, cocktail lounge and an outdoor pool, Best Western has everything a traveller could ever need.

Close to the beating heart of the Ipswich Central Business District, there are a range of amenities nearby, including eateries, takeaway food, medical facilities and walking tracks.

You can find them at 51-55 Warwick Road, Ipswich.

Woodlands of Marburg

Step back in time as you enter this recently restored plantation-style mansion, which was built in 1889.

Offering a range of accommodation options ranging from two room family rooms, right through to five star deluxe and executive suites, Woodlands of Marburg is ideal for short breaks or weekend getaways.

It is also a popular wedding venue for couples getting married, as it features exquisite botanical garden surroundings, and an authentic on-site 19th century chapel.

Head to 174 Seminary Road, Marburg.

For more places to stay check out our accommodation page.

Ashleigh Howarth Freelance writer
Ashleigh Howarth is a journalist with more than 12 years experience in the media industry. Her passions include travelling, dessert bars, cocktails and attending music concerts. She aims to inspire others to unlock their own sense of wanderlust to explore this beautiful big world, whether that be on a local or more global scale. You can keep up to date with her stories by following @journo_ash_ on Instagram.

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