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Surrounding Area

Aldeburgh is one of the most exclusive seaside towns in the UK and the tourist attractions on offer keep all holiday makers busy, which include the following:

Fishing – in the sea and River Alde

Golf – the town has an 18 and a 9 hole heathland course.
Tennis and Bowls in Aldeburgh.
Walking – many local walks including coastal and heathland paths.
Eating Out – local hotels, inns and restaurants.
Sailing – two local sailing clubs.
Aldeburgh Festival – attracts music lovers from all over the world in June.
Cinema – evening films and occasional matinees in Aldeburgh.
Bathing – the beach is just the other side of the promenade.

 


Places to Visit

Moot Hall Museum on the Seafront
Martello Tower at Slaughden – dating from the Napoleonic Wars
Snape Maltings – Concert Hall, Craft Shops, Wine Bar, Tea Rooms, Art Gallery, Countrywear and Healthfood Shops.
Thorpeness Meare (64 acres) rowing boats, punt, sailing boat and canoe hire.
Nature Reserves – North Warren (at Thorpeness) and Minsmere (4 miles north).
Windmill (and Heritage Centre) and House in the Clouds – Thorpeness.
Leiston Abbey, Glemham Hall, Orford and Framlingham Castles.
Ipswich – major shopping centre.