Aldeburgh is an old and historic town on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. The local area is unspoilt and gives you a chance to explore the beaches and beautiful countryside. There are facilities for golf, sailing, bird watching or enjoying a walk in the Suffolk countryside. The town contains restaurants to suit most tastes, pubs that serve Adnams Ales, brewed in Southwold, Associated with the Aldeburgh Festival and Benjamin Britten and is convenient for the Snape Maltings Concert Hall.
Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station and the village of Thorpeness with the House in the Clouds and the Meare boating lake are all worth a visit
The lost town of Dunwich, Orford and Framlingham castles, the National Trust sites at Orfordness and Dunwich. Tel: 07885 543618
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