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Hotel The White Lion AldeburghMore
In a premier seafront position at the heart of this quaint old fishing town on the unspoilt heritage coast, famous for its festival and classical music concerts. Some four poster beds. Real log fires. Local fishermen supply our oak-beamed restaurant and bar daily. Golf, squash and tennis arranged nearby.There are two meeting rooms, the James Cable room can accommodate 50 delegates, boardroom style. The Abbey Beauclerk room which overlooks the sea can accommodate 20 delegates, boardroom style.
Hotel The Wentworth AldeburghMore
Located on the unspoilt Suffolk coast in the quaint but flourishing town of Aldeburgh with the beach just 20 metres away. Offering free Wifi, ample on-site parking, 2 AA Rosettes for food and just a short drive to Southwold and Felixstow. The hotel value tradition, Wentworth has been owned by the same family for more than 85 years which is why there is a continuous thread linking the past to the future, making sure they are constantly meeting the changing requirements of today’s guests. In many ways Wentworth is everything a seaside hotel should be – a perfect blend of the traditional and contemporary.
Many of the bedrooms have views over the beach and the sea, and all with en suite bathrooms. Seven of the rooms are in Darfield House, an annex building opposite the main hotel. These rooms are particularly spcacious and well appointed. For those guests who find stairs difficult there are five ground floor rooms. The bedrooms are regularly refurbished to a high standard and are bright, cheerful and welcoming.
Hotel The Brudenell AldeburghMore
Walking along the southern seafront of the picturesque Suffolk town of Aldeburgh, past the fishermens huts and the pretty pastel coloured houses, you will come to the Brudenell Hotel. You will enter a stylish hall, passing an open plan dining area, and take the lift to your light airy bedroom, which may have a sea view and possibly a separate lounge or dining area. The emphasis in the hotels AA rosette dining room is on flexibility and informality. The menu offers a variety of dishes using local produce complimented by a selected wine list. With seafood and grills a speciality, the Brudenell concentrates on wonderful food, simply prepared. With its striking yet relaxed dcor, friendly staff and mouth watering food and drink, the Brudenell is a place you will want to return to. The Brudenell Hotel is the perfect base to explore the unspoiled Suffolk Heritage Coast. Nearby attractions include Snape Maltings Concert Hall, RSPB reserve Minsmere, Dunwich, Southwold, Framlingham Castle.