There's nothing quite like waking up to a sea view, and these hotels on The Suffolk Coast offer you just that!
1. The Brudenell, Aldeburgh
The Brudenell is a beach front hotel which exudes beach chic; with an informal, relaxed atmosphere, you can enjoy a stay in one of the many rooms which offer a sea view or a view of the surrounding countryside and River Alde.
The seafood restaurant offers al fresco dining, so you can listen to the waves crash whilst enjoying the catch of the day. There's an impressive gin menu on offer in the bar too; the perfect way to end a day of exploring and paddling in the sea!
2. The Ship at Dunwich
A beer garden with sea views, complete with a 300 year old fig tree and cosy rooms are on offer at The Ship at Dunwich. The hotel is just a stone's throw from the beach, and sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the National Trust's Dunwich Heath right on the doorstep.
The restaurant serves delicious meals made with locally sourced produce and a range of local ales are available in the bar. Dogs are welcome in the hotel too, and will love an early morning walk along the beach to start the day.
3. The Clyffe Hotel, Lowestoft
Located opposite the award-winning beach in Lowestoft, The Clyffe Hotel Boutique Bed & Breakfast is a grand Victorian building with panoramic views of the golden sands and sea. Each of the 16 rooms have been individually designed, creating soothing and comfortable spaces, furnished with crisp white linens, fluffy towels and eclectic furniture.
The hotel is ideally situated for a beach holiday, close to the pier and just a short walk from the coastal villages of Pakefield and Kirkley.
4. The Wentworth Hotel, Aldeburgh
Owned by the same family for nearly 100 years, you can sit and watch the boats sail by at The Wentworth Hotel in Aldeburgh. Sleep soundly within a stone's throw of the sea, relax in spacious lounges or terrace gardens and enjoy delicious, locally sourced food in the restaurant or bar.
Each of the bedrooms is individually designed using distinctive fabrics, wallpapers and furnishings. Many of the rooms have views of the sea and some have their own lounge areas.
5. Chiltern House B&B, Lowestoft
A 2-minute walk from the glorious golden sands of Lowestoft beach, Chiltern House Bed and Breakfast
is a Victorian property with 4 bedrooms, each with an ensuite.
Oozing character and charm, there are sea views on offer, as well as a warm welcome from the owners Bob and Sally. It's not a hotel but the quality of service and rooms sing out making a great place for a holiday on the Suffolk coast!