Aldeburgh Cottages

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    A charming end-terrace cottage in Peasenhall. Original features with private lawned garden with furniture. Close to amenities. Saxmundham 5 miles. (Ref. 17093)

    7 nights from £271

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    Comfortable and spacious modern barn conversion with hot tub, near Woodbridge. Ideal cottage for exploring the Suffolk Heritage coast and excellent for walking, cycling, kayaking and nature lovers alike. A couples retreat. Woodbridge 3 miles. (Ref. 940428)

    7 nights from £273

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    A charming, detached cottage in the scattered village of Ubbeston Green. Cosy welcoming Suffolk cottage with three bedrooms, woodburner and a pleasant garden. (Ref. 4027)

    7 nights from £320

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    Cosy Suffolk cottage, a compact but welcoming studio. Ideal romantic retreat, quality accommodation in lovely setting. Woodbridge 4.5 miles. (Ref. 4493)

    7 nights from £238

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    Cosy Suffolk cottage with comfortable, quality accommodation. Lovely setting, own garden and shared grounds. Great Suffolk base. Woodbridge 4.5 miles. (Ref. 4494)

    7 nights from £270

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    Attractive 19th century detached cottage in centre of Wangford, boasting exposed beams. Welcoming village with nearby local pub serving homemade food. Southwold 5 miles. (Ref. 1936)

    7 nights from £270

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    Wonderful three bedroom semi-detached cottage for up to four guests with exceptional, far reaching countryside views. Close to the village and a short drive or cycle from the popular Suffolk heritage coast. (Ref. 936205)

    7 nights from £339

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    A lovely semi-detached property located in the peaceful hamlet of St Michael South Elmham. Historic, beamed cottage. Woodburning stove. Enclosed garden. Bungay 4 miles. (Ref. 22136)

    7 nights from £368

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    Fabulous period cottage. Charming and characterful interior with heavy beams, inglenook fireplace, warming woodburning stove. Spacious and comfortable accommodation. Surrounded by beautiful rural countryside. Bungay 4 miles. (Ref. 24120)

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    7 nights from £586

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    Beautifully presented coastal cottage just a short walk from the wonderful sandy beach at Kessingland and a short drive from the popular seaside town of Southwold. Excellent walking from your doorstep and a great base for exploring the coastline. (Ref. 934012)

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    7 nights from £299

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Just Show Me Aldeburgh Cottages

Take time out on East Suffolk's Heritage Coast in one of our Aldeburgh cottages - perfect for a quiet, relaxing break by the sea.

Picture an old-fashioned prom edged with pastel-painted houses. A pebble beach linedNorfolk Visitor Guide with fishermen's huts. A high street made for browsing and all sorts of places to eat and drink from posh nosh to fish 'n chips. Look out for the Lifeboat Station and also Moot Hall, an imposing timber-framed building housing an interesting local museum.

Stroll along the beach to see Maggi Hambling's controversial 'Scallop' sculpture. Continue on to Thorpeness, a former fantasy holiday village associated with Peter Pan, featuring mock Tudor and Jacobean architecture as well as a boating lake.

Aldeburgh cottages and fantastic festivals

Composer Benjamin Britten spent most of his life here and founded the renowned Aldeburgh Music Festival, an extravaganza of classical concerts performed every June in the splendid grand hall of Snape Maltings. (Should you stay at a different time, the Maltings is still a wonderful place to visit, with shops, eateries and lovely walks across reed beds.)

If culinary master-classes and sampling mouth-watering local produce are more up your street, time your stay in an Aldeburgh cottage around the Food and Drink Festival, highly popular and attracting a string of leading chefs.

Or opt for the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival and enjoy workshops with respected writers and rising talent.

What else? River trips, sailing, golf, cinema - entertainment to suit every mood. And as all our Aldeburgh cottages nestle amid an AONB, expect amazing scenery and outdoor activities all around.