Isaacs On The Quay is a local landmark set on the Ipswich waterfront

Bride and groom standing in front of a few boats
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ISAACS ON THE QUAY, IP4 1AS
01473 284 000 | www.isaacsweddings.co.uk


Isaacs On The Quay is a local landmark set on the Ipswich waterfront, ideal for those all-important just-wed photos. Full of character and charm, the venue boasts a rich history spanning centuries and was once a wool merchant’s home and workplace. The Grade I and Grade II* listed building has been lovingly restored and now provides a charming setting for weddings. Some of the oldest parts are thought to date back to between 1430 and 1550, and there are original features throughout, including exposed beams and vaulted ceilings, with exhibits from the building’s industrious past on display.

Celebrate in style
Formally known as the Sale Room, stone steps lead into the timber-framed ceremony room. Once used for storing wool cloth for exporting, it’s now a magical place to tie the knot and celebrate afterwards.

There’s a variety of other spaces for the wedding breakfast and reception, including the Crossways or Barley Room, ideal for intimate affairs.

For larger parties, the Top Floor comes complete with its own bar and beautiful views over the marina and can accommodate up to 80 loved ones for the wedding breakfast and 150 for the reception.

During the spring and summer months, the private garden is also an idyllic spot for a chilled barbecue.

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The on-site Merchant House, dating back to 1636, is ideal for getting ready on the morning of the wedding, and there’s accommodation available for up to 14 guests with four double rooms and a romantic wedding suite.

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