Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh is not just about the music, fine though the Snape Maltings/Benjamin Britten tradition may be, as the seaside settlement has its shingle beach fishermen and Moot Hall to name but three other points of interest... Read More

Aldeburgh Events

June
Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts
September
Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival
October
October Britten Festival
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Hotels in Aldeburgh - 9 places to stay

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Wentworth Hotel

Wentworth Hotel
The Wentworth sits right on the edge of the beautiful Suffolk coast, looking out over Aldeburgh Beach. Since 1920, it has been run by the Pritt family and Michael Pritt, third generation and present owner, ... More | Double Room: From 182 | visit website
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Thorpeness Hotel & Golf Club

Thorpeness Hotel & Golf Club

The Hours Fly by Where Time Stood Still....... A genuine seaside 'hidden gem' near fashionable Aldeburgh, unique amongst holiday villages. Located adjacent to the Meare and gardens this hotel offers 30 large, well-decorated en-suite bedrooms, ... More | Double Room: From 112 | visit website

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Dunan House

Dunan House

The house was built by Newson Garrett, father of feminist pioneers Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Millicent Fawcett in 1893. It has a big garden and is situated in a private road in the quiet and ... More | Double Room: From 75 | visit website

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The Dolphin

The Dolphin
Situated in the unique seaside village of Thorpeness, the Dolphin Inn, a free house, has placed itself in the heart of the community. A short stroll takes you to miles of unspoilt Suffolk heritage coastline and we ... More | visit website

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