Salthouse Harbour Hotel, Neptune Quay,
Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 1AX
Tel: 01473 226789 | Fax: 01473 226927
Reservations: 01284 714014
There's something for everyone in Suffolk, whether you're organising on outing with friends, or getting colleagues together for business events. Moored on our doorstep we even have a luxury cruiser, yacht and crew standing by to take you where you want.
Here are just a few of the upcoming events...
You will get a real taste of country life in these two days where you’ll see show jumping, hounds on display, heavy horse turnouts, Shetland pony racing, cattle judging, proud goat owners, pedigree pigs and a host of fantastic local food and drink stalls. It’s not to be missed.
Following the success of last years event, the Taste of Sudbury Food & Drink Festival is back. You can sample local produce from Suffolk and Essex, and even learn how to cook delicious dishes at the cookery demonstration stage where local chefs will be cooking up a storm. There will also be plenty of stalls selling artisan gifts and local produce, and entertainment for all the family.
Following the success of last years inaugural Southwold Arts Festival, showcasing a mix of local and National talent, organisers are pleased to announce dates for the Festival's return this Summer.
More details coming soon...
Latitude boasts an eclectic array of acts spread throughough the grounds of Henham Hall in Southwold with all manner of unexpected pleasures hidden around every corner. The festival comprises elements of theatre, art, comedy, cabaret, poetry, politics, dance and literature.
Headliner acts to be announced soon...
Following the success of previous years, the Ipswich Maritime Festival 2015 promises to be another fantastic event for all the family, showcasing the best of maritime culture and history in the historic port. An exciting programme of events has been put together which includes the Ipswich Food and Drink Festival, Ipswich Beer Festival and late night fireworks to light up Ipswich's stunning marina.
Set in ancient parkland at Glemham Hall, FolkEast Festival 2015 is at the top of its Genre in Music Festivals. The weekend promises an amazing, eclectic mix of innovative artists representing traditional and contemporary folk music. Acts already announced include The Unthanks, Ten Strings and a Goat, The Peatdog Faeries and many more to be confirmed...