Located right next to Gippeswyk Park and just around the corner from the Ipswich railway station we are 10 minutes walking distance away from a large list of attractions in the town. Convenientlylocated for access to the town centre, Cineworld cinema complex, Liquid nightclub, Ipswich Town Football Club, Ipswich Docks, Suffolk University and numerous restaurants to name just a few. We have a variety of rooms, both basic and en-suite to try and cater for all your needs.
Cherida is an avid race-goer. Here she is being congratulated, with the world's favourite jockey, Frankie Dettori, after his successful win of the European Breeders Cup, at Doncaster. Michael is anex-professional footballer, pictured here after the giant killing match of Colchester Utd v Leeds Utd in the 1972 FA Cup.
We are a 4 star accredited Guest House, close to Ipswich town centre and Waterfront, offering comfortable and affordable accommodation for business and leisure guests. Other local amenities includeThe Regent Theatre, Wolsey Theatre, University Campus Suffolk (UCS), ITFC at Portman Road, Museums and a wide range of restaurants, bars and cafes. Suffolk Show Ground and Foxhall Stadium are a short drive away.
Melverley Guest House is an elegant Victorian property offering it's guests a unique alternative to the larger chain hotels with it's own unique style & character. We are a friendly family run houseand offer bed & breakfast accommodation with the feel of a small independent Boutique hotel. Situated in a quiet location just 5 minutes walk from the historic Christchurch Park, with Ipswich town centre less than a 10 minute walk away.
Sidegate Guesthouse was built in the 1940s as a private home, with the owners gradually converting and extending it into guest house accommodation over a twelve year period. It still retains itshomely atmosphere, offering a very high standard of accommodation. We have just surpassed our first year and been awarded our own Gold Accolade and Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.
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