The hotels in Aldeburgh are situated in the heart of the town, the ideal place to rest your head after a day spent wandering around the cobbled lanes, absorbing the atmosphere of the nearby world famous Snape Maltings Concert Hall, or blowing away the cobwebs along the pebbled beach.
Offering panoramic sea views with beach chic styling, The Brudenell's rooms are individually decorated with colours that reflect the character of the seaside town. On an evening, book a table at the hotel's award-winning seafood restaurant, which serves locally caught fish and shellfish, and if you don't mind the bracing sea air, enjoy your morning coffee on the outside terrace.
With sumptuously decorated rooms, and views as far as the eye can reach, The White Lion offers relaxed refinement next to the sea. Take full advantage of the hotel's restaurant Brasserie Bleue, and enjoy afternoon tea, or a french-inspired three-course dinner, or head to Sea Spice; a vibrant restaurant combining Suffolk produce with exotic Indian cooking.
Owned by the same family for over 100 years, The Wentworth Hotel is just a stone's throw from the sea. It's the ideal place to relax with secluded gardens and a spacious lounge with sea views; where you can indulge in a delicious afternoon tea whilst reading the paper.
Or, if you prefer something a little more secluded, check out Five Acre Barn; a new contemporary bed and breakfast tucked away in five acres of tranquil garden and woodland, just outside the town in Aldringham, complete with five stunning 'Scandi' rooms - each with their own sitting room, bathroom and access to the garden.
If you're travelling with family and friends, there's a wide selection of self-catering cottages and apartments in Aldeburgh too. Dogs are very much welcomed in Aldeburgh, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to pooch-friendly places.