Mary's Place B&B

Ipswich

Authentic heritage charm and old-fashioned hospitality sum up Mary's Place, a peaceful Bed and Breakfast in central Ipswich.

This 1928 bungalow, located opposite the Ipswich General Hospital, is beautifully appointed with antique furniture, comfortable beds, quality linen, and service with a smile from the owner Mary. 

Mary's Place B & B Ipswich

Fancy a cup of tea in bed in the morning? Mary’s happy to do it. Or tea with chocolate before you head off to bed after a hard day’s sightseeing around historic Ipswich? Just ask and Mary’s happy to try and accommodate all tastes and desires. 

Mary's Place B & B Ipswich bathroom

Air-conditioned bedrooms are adorned with little authentic touches so that you can spend ages admiring the attention to period detail. Choose from two Queen-sized and one Double room, with an antique Queen Anne bed, Australian Colonial furniture, Laura Ashley wallpaper and beautiful rugs to help you feel like you’re somewhere special. 

Mary's Place B & B Ipswich

Mary’s Place can offer special arrangements for hospital patients and their families, with its close proximity to both the General Hospital and nearby St. Andrew’s Private Hospital. You can also book it out for private purposes such as wedding groups. There are tea and coffee making facilities, kitchen and laundry, plus a very pleasant breakfast room with views to the city and mountains beyond. 

And, for more great things to see and do in Ipswich, visit Discover Ipswich HERE.

Mary’s Place B&B

5 Court St

Ipswich 

3282 8392 / 0401 358 855

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5 Court Street Ipswich

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