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Highview Hotel
56 Belstead Road

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Highview House Hotel, is ideally situated to Ipswich Rail station, within 8 minutes of walking or 2 minutes driving distance. The trains run every 15 minutes to London Liverpool street and takes 40 minutes. We are well within walking distance to the city centre for shopping and the bus station. We are family friendly and pet friendly. We cater for all types of people looking for cheap accommodation, whether visiting family, traveling, or working in Ipswich we can accommodate all. We have just taken over the Hotel as the 2nd one in Ipswich for us, we offer good clean, spacious bedrooms, with tea coffee making facilities, TV's, wifi in public areas. The hotel serves good home cooked food along with bottled beers and wines. It is a warm relaxed atmosphere that we are sure all guests will find to their taste.

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