Pantiles, Aldeburgh (Sleeps 4)

Pantiles, Aldeburgh (Sleeps 4) - Jan 9, 2017

"It was a great place for 2 couples. We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely book the same property again." - January 2017 → goo.... read more

Red House Barns, Sternfield (Sleeps 10)

Red House Barns, Sternfield (Sleeps 10) - Jan 9, 2017

“We had a fantastic time and the cottages were so cozy and comfy. The beds were ridiculously comfortable. Loved the games room which we used throughout the weekend.” - November 2016 → read more

Dart Cottage, Aldeburgh (Sleeps 4)

Dart Cottage, Aldeburgh (Sleeps 4) - Jan 9, 2017

“We absolutely loved Dart Cottage. It was perfect and the location was superb. Aldeburgh was delightful and we will definitely return. Thank you.” - June 2016 → read more

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Britten’s Aldeburgh

The coastal Suffolk town of Aldeburgh is closely associated with the composer and conductor Benjamin Britten. Born in Lowestoft in 1913, Britten started piano lessons from the age of 7 and grew up on almost exclusively live music owing to his father’s refusal to have a gr...

by alice | Feb 8, 2017 |


Places to Eat this Christmas - Aldeburgh

This time of year, chances are you’ll be hoping to go out for a festive meal or two before Christmas. Whether you’re planning a work do, or simply looking forward to a night out with family or friends, you’ll want to book a table for a restaurant that can offer a wonderfully festive menu.

by alice | Dec 12, 2016 |


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Suffolk’s literary legacy is well documented in the forms of George Orwell and Charles Dickens, but most commonly overlooked is the great E.M. Forster. Author of the classic novels Howards End, A Passage to India and A Room with a View, Forster was best known for his ironic a...

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