The perfect holiday home for both the winter and summer months in the popular seaside town Aldeburgh!
The ground floor comprises of two spacious reception rooms with fabulous log fires and an outside terrace, this property ticks many boxes. It also boasts a well equipped kitchen / dining room. the high street only a 1 minute walk away, this property couldn't be more suitable for groups looking for accommodation in Aldeburgh. A particular benefit is that this lovely holiday home has an outside terrace area, perfect for a summer bbq or breakfast outside
Aldeburgh is a pretty coastal town on the river Alde and enjoys breathtaking views both seawards and following the river Alde inland towards Orford. Its name comes from 'Alde Burgh' meaning "old fort" and the town’s history is closely linked to the changes time and Mother Nature have wrought to the coastal map.
Aldeburgh was once an important Tudor port and its shipbuilders were responsible for Francis Drake’s ‘Golden Hind’. But over time the River Alde silted up taking its toll on the town’s fortunes, and coastal erosion swept away the heart of its old town. Some historic buildings have survived the centuries, such as 400-year old Moot Hall (pictured above), the Norman Church and a Martello tower.