Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Aldeburgh Suffolk

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The Beach

Aldeburgh Suffolk - Beach - Snape Holiday Cottages Suffolk Aldeburgh Suffolk is a charming and sedate seaside town, which grew from an old medieval fishing and shipbuilding centre. The wide High Street has attractive Georgian shop-fronts. Historic buildings include the Moot Hall (c.1520) and the 15th c. church. With a shingle beach where fishermen still ply their wares, it has remained relatively unchanged for many years. The famous music festival is held in June.

The Moot Hall

The Moot Hall, Aldeburgh´s oldest building dating from the 16th Century. It is still used for town council meetings today and houses the town’s museum. The Moot Hall Aldeburgh - Suffolk Holiday Cottages


"Scallop", by Maggi Hambling - Aldeburgh Beach - Snape Holiday Cottages Suffolk "Scallop", by Maggi Hambling, was built by Peggs ironworks of Aldeburgh in memory of Benjamin Britten. It is situated on the beach at the north end of the town.

Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival

The Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival is now being planned for 2015. This years festival weekend will take place on the 26th & 27th September with fringe events running until 11th October at Snape Maltings, Suffolk IP17 1SR followed by two weeks of fringe events throughout East Suffolk

The 2014 Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival weekend was a huge success with visitors commenting on the wonderful location of Snape Maltings, the quality of the producers, the range of food available and the variety of things to do whilst at the event.

Not only were there over 90 exhibitors showcasing their food, we had three demonstration stages in operation with inspirational demonstrations from some of our local chefs as well as from visiting chefs including Valentine Warner, Angela Hartnett, Sarah Raven, Henry Harris, Jeremy Lee and Tommi Miers.

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Aldeburgh Events

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In Suffolk there are always many exciting places to visit and interesting things to do. Visit our 'What's On' page to find out about events and activities our try our 'Places To Visit' page to understand more about our local villages, beaches, forests and beauty spots.

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