Aldeburgh is a great location to base your holiday in Suffolk. Whether you plan to stay local and just enjoy the excellent facilities offered by these Aldeburgh hotels or just use the hotel as a base to explore what Suffolk has to offer.
If you can't find what you are looking for in Aldeburgh then you can always widen your search to other towns for hotels in Suffolk.
The White Lion Hotel - The White Lion is a traditional hotel opposite Aldeburgh's shingle beach, where wooden huts line the shore. Some of the cosy, inviting rooms have far-reaching sea views. The privately owned hotel offers excellent service and fresh Suffolk produce served from delicious menus. Dine in the informal beach-facing bar with Real Ales, or the light and airy oak-panelled restaurant with an AA Rosette. With its warm atmosphere, log fires and good food, The White Lion is a wonderful seaside hideaway. In the area are: Snape Maltings concert hall, walking trails and RSPB and National Trust reserves. Tennis at the Country Club and golf on the established James Braid course can be arranged at nearby Thorpeness.
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Wentworth Hotel - Located on the unspoilt Suffolk coast, the Wentworth Hotel is just 20 metres from the beach, and offers free Wi-Fi, private parking and an award-winning restaurant. The family-run Wentworth Hotel features bright, traditional rooms with en suite facilities. Many rooms offer impressive sea views, and all have a TV and radio. The restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes, and serves daily specials using fresh local produce. A full English breakfast is served in the elegant dining room. The Wentworth Hotel features 2 cosy guest lounges, with open fires and comfortable sofas. There are also 2 sea-facing gardens, offering views of the beach and cream teas in summer. Wentworth Hotel is just a short drive from Southwold and Felixstowe. There are a number of shops, restaurants and bars close by in Aldeburgh centre.
The Brudenell - Located on the Suffolk coast, the newly refurbished Brudenell Hotel is peaceful and relaxing, and boasts a sea-facing bar and restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes. The Brudenell Hotel now has a colourful and stylish d
If you would prefer more space or the flexibility of a self catering holiday in Suffolk then why not have a look at the large choice of cottages, apartments, lodges and holiday caravans available in Suffolk. If you are looking for a lower cost alternative to hotels then you may like to consider a Suffolk B&B or hostel..