Traditional charm, modern opulence or boutique style, whatever your preference the hotels on The Suffolk Coast are sure to make a memorable bank holiday stay.
Situated right on the beach in Aldeburgh, The White Lion Hotel
offers peace and tranquillity, with sea views as far as the eye can see. Head to the Bar and Brasserie Bleue
for an evening meal consisting of locally caught fish, or for morning coffee with homemade cakes and pastries.
Serving guests for over 350 years, The Swan Hotel
in the heart of Southwold
is the ideal place to stay for those seeking historical charm. Each of the 42 bedrooms are unique with views over the gardens or bustling market place, and the drawing room serves afternoon tea, whilst guests read the papers and sit by the open fire.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and close to RSPB Minsmere,
home to BBC Springwatch, The Ship at Dunwich
provides cosy accommodation, perfect for families, couples and those travelling with their four-legged friends.
On coastal heathland and opened in 1922, Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel
has 36 rooms each with a view over the over the Meare or golf course. Ideal for golfers or those simply wanting a weekend of art deco opulence, you can enjoy relaxed meals in the patio bar and evening meals in the restaurant.
Perfectly placed on the banks of the River Waveney, The Waveney House Hotel
provides a peaceful setting for a stay in the historical market town of Beccles.
With 12 uniquely furnished rooms, many with views across the river and countryside, there is plenty of parking available for your motor, or if you fancy arriving by boat, you can moor up right outside!
Steeped in history, The Crown and Castle Hotel
features a hostelry which has been on site for eight centuries! The Inn was originally built into the walls of the C12th Orford Castle. Today, the hotel features 21 uniquely themed rooms and a lively bistro serving locally sourced food. See our full hotel listings on The Suffolk Coast