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Holiday cottages in Aldeburgh, Suffolk

TM4656 : Fisherman's hut and boat, AldeburghTM4656 : Milestone in the main street, Aldburgh, SuffolkTM4656 : Aldeburgh; King Street leading to the High StreetTM4656 : Aldeburgh beachTM4656 : Post Office PostboxTM4656 : Aldeburgh High Street
Aldeburgh can be the perfect destination for a staycation because it is a charming beach-side town surrounded by a picture-perfect rural landscape. There are some good options for rental property in this area, and a holiday cottage might be just the thing to make this holiday an unforgettable experience. A break in Aldeburgh is sure to strengthen your conviction that you don’t need to go abroad in order to relax in a refreshing and beautiful environment.

Aldeburgh has been a popular seaside resort since at least the fifteenth century. The whole town used to be made up of Tudor buildings, but a significant part of the old town has been lost to the sea. The name ‘Aldeburgh’ means ‘old fort’. This part of Suffolk continues to attract many visitors who want to enjoy the sea-air, and there is a good selection of guest houses, hotels, and self-catering accommodation in the town – you are also going to be able to find cottages to rent.

The main attraction in Aldeburgh is the Blue Flag shingle beach. One of the oddest features you’ll probably notice is a large sculpture in the sand known as ‘The Scallop’. There is also an attractive four-storey windmill on the southern end of the beach. Other notable attractions in the Aldeburgh area would include the World War II tank trap, the Martello Tower, and Leiston Abbey.

Aldeburgh is a seaside resort so fish and chips is always going to be on the menu, but there are lots of other options if you fancy something different. There is a good selection of restaurants in the town such as The Beach House, Brudenell (a good option if you want something fancy), and The Lighthouse.

TM4656 : Aldeburgh High Street

UK cottages are going to mean you get to enjoy some traditional accommodation that is perfectly suited for the Aldeburgh environment. It means that you not only enjoy walking on the beach, and visiting the local tourist attractions, but you also have somewhere special to come back to at the end of the day. It is usual for these cottages to come with all the usual modern conveniences, so you definitely won’t be roughing it.

TM4656 : Aldeburgh High Street: Co-op Daily