The local area
Aldeburgh is a colourful, old English town along the beach front of the North Sea and along the River Alde. Quintessentially British beach huts line the iconic pebble beaches providing an array of freshly caught fish to purchase. Thanks to Benjamin Britten, the founder of Aldeburgh Festival, this little seaside town has become a world-renowned, iconic location for a quick rendezvous to the beach.
Despite the smaller size of Aldeburgh, there are an abundance of places to explore and things to do within the town and surrounding countryside. Nestled along the Suffolk Coast, Aldeburgh occupies an incredible spot within this Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Filled with Balamory-themed buildings, antique book shops and boutique clothes shops line the colourful streets with The Cross Keys conveniently placed at the heart.
If you fancy learning the history surrounding this seaside town, The Martello Tower is one of the most historic landmarks within the area. Dating back to 1808, this incredible tower is the largest of the 103 English defence towers built to resist the looming Napoleonic invasion.
The three bedrooms are not dog friendly and dogs will only be allowed within the bar and restaurant areas.
No private car parking is available, however there is a public car park less than 30 steps away.
Extra beds are available in the rooms for children under 16 years of age.
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