Details of all these hotels in Aldeburgh and last-minute deals are can be found on the hotel homepages. An attractive thatched Tudor town and port, Aledburgh is famous for having built Sir Francis Drake's ships Greyhound and Golden Hind. Find cheap hotels and guesthouses in Aldeburgh for Martello towers, Moot Hall, the Scallop and the Aldeburgh Festival.This is a small and increasingly fashionable coastal town with a Blue Flag shingle beach and dozens of award winning restaurants and bistros.
Wentworth Road Aldeburgh Suffolk IP15 5BD
The consistently strong reviews of the Wentworth Hotel on various online travel sites should be reassuring and its enviable location just off Aldeburghs blue-flag shingle beach make it something of a no-brainer for families and couples coming to the town on holiday. Its a traditional property, maintained by the same family for nearly 100 years and has a great reputation for food: the unfussy home cooking something of a rarity thesedays. Guests at the hotel can look forward to a break ...
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|White Horse Hotel||3.6||Aldeburgh||12||55.00|
|Thorpeness Hotel Leiston||1.7||Aldeburgh||36||125.00|
|White Lion Hotel||0.6||Aldeburgh||38||115.00|
Pubs with rooms might not be to everyones tastes but these two hotels in Aldeburgh are among some of the more affordable. The Westleton Crown Located between the beautiful seaside town of Southwold and Aldeburgh, this charming rustic inn is enormously popular with locals who dine reguarly at its restaurant. The pub boasts 25 stylish bedrooms and features a 24-hour front-desk. dating back to the medieval period, guests can look forward to roaring log fires, a tasty selection Real Ales and award-winning menus. Located in the peaceful village of Westleton, close Minsmere and Dunwich Heath, The Westleton Crown was selected as County Dining Pub of the Year by The Good Pub Guide 2008, and Suffolk Pick of the Pubs by The AA Pub Guide 2008. Ideal for visiting the Suffolk Heritage Coast National Nature Reserve. Hotel rates from £80.00 per room.
The Thorpeness. You will find the hotel just North of Aldeburgh on Suffolks stunning Heritage Coast and Nasture Reserve. This quirky and distinctive-looking hotel benefits from a seaside location and lies within easy reach of Snape Maltings and the Aldeburgh Music Festival. Thorpeness village was originally built in the early 1900s as a holiday spot for coloniels home on leave from the colonies and it still retains the traditional and surreal seaside atmosphere of a time gone by. Sample first-class traditional and contemporary dishes from a variety of unique menus, either in the restaurant or in the Patio Bar. Several of the bedrooms boast views over a popular 18 holes golf course, whilst others have views of the Meare and gardens. Hotel rates from £125.00 per room.Take a peek at the Aldeburgh Tourist Board Website for a further reading or call the Tourist Information Centre on +44 (0) 1728 453637. Room4U takes on a number of last-minute unsold rooms we can get huge discounts on Aldeburgh hotels and cheap late deals.