Self catering holiday cottages in Aldeburgh
Suffolk’s unspoilt Seaside town…
“..If you want to stay in a lovely cosy historic cottage, near the sea and with plenty of walks right from your front door, then these are the perfect cottages for you.”
Antique furnishings, 4 poster beds, open log fires and wood panelled walls are just a pick of some of the lovely features that our accomodation in the Aldeburgh area provides.
The Grove Cottages: Winners of The 2018 Rose Award by VisitEngland in recognition Of Service Excellence.
Self-catering Accommodation in Aldeburgh – A coastal paradise…
Our self-catering accommodation in Aldeburgh features three character filled and romantic cottages: Cissy’s Cottage, Laundry Cottage and Queenies. They are all pet friendly and offer the best coastal retreat to Aldeburgh for both yourself, and your pet pooch.
Aldeburgh is often regarded as Britans nicest seaside town – and I couldn’t agree more. The beautiful pebble beach where the fisherman’s set their huts selling the daily catch is my personal highlight. There are some fantastic places to eat such as The Regatta, The White Hart and my favourite The Lighthouse Restaurant; a romantic cuisine selling locally sourced food.
The other holiday cottage that is included are only a short drive away from the lovely Suffolk coastal town of Aldeburgh – seen by many as England’s best seaside town. Our accommodation in Aldeburgh is truly delightful and you are unlikely to find such a traditional seaside break anywhere else.
Aldeburgh is widely pronouned for its equisite restaurants, with some delicious, fresh food on offer at The Lighthouse Restaraunt and The Regatta – both very popular with guests for their well know fish menus.
There are a range of biking routes avaliable from our accommodation in Aldeburgh to beautiful places such as Tunstall Forest, Orford and Snape; home of the Snape Maltings from which Benjamin Britten founded the Aldeburgh Festival. This festival is held every year in June. See more on the website for the Aldeburgh Music festival website
Our self-catering accommodation in Aldeburgh includes some fantastic features such as magnificent antique oak four poster beds, gorgeous wood panelled rooms and antique working kitchen ranges. Because of this attention to detail, our eye for design and style is recognised nationally – Laundry Cottage in Aldeburgh is featured in the Sunday Times ‘Coolest 100 Cottages’ list.
Four local pubs are all within walking distance from our holiday cottages in Aldeburgh:
The Golden Key at Snape – A dog friendly pub offering reall ales and some delicious food.
The Crown at Snape – A 15th Century smugglers inn with beautiful old beams, old brick floors and a spacious garden.
The Plough and Sail at Snape – A relaxed atmosphere with great customer service offering great seasonal food from local produce.
The Ship Inn at Blaxhall – A traditional country pubb with homemade food and real ales in a beautiful location. Often has live music and events
The Friday Street Farm Shop which is within a short walking distance from our self catering Aldeburgh accommodation, and is full of a mouth watering range of excellent homegrown and locally made produce. A welcoming cafe restraurant on the site offers some home grown quality food, as well as their own farmlands providing the farm shop and the cafe with delicious fruit and vegetables. Freshly caught fish can be bought from here and also on a Saturday a local cheese producer is on site – look no further for your groceries!
Wren Cottage, just a short drive from the Aldeburgh coastline (15-20 minutes) is set in a stunning picturesque village which is Wickham Market. Wren Cottage is a pretty little 16th Century cottage and really is a charming little gem. Our other three cottages which offer accommodation in Aldeburgh back on to beautiful nature reserves from where you can simply walk to the seaside – purely delightful routes may I add!
Lots of exploring is on offer too, with museums, castles, interesting little shops and beautiful artwork such as Maggi Hamblings controversial shell sculpture. If you are planning on staying in one of our holiday cottages in Aldeburgh towards the end of September, why not check out the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival? This was started in 2006, and celebrates the delicious abundance of local produce which helps the people reconnect with the countryside and the food it provides.
Here is a further bit of information on the Aldeburgh cottages:
Cissys Cottage – Located next to Queenies and Laundry, this is a really special historic cottage dream available to rent in Aldeburgh. A very romantic 17th Century Millers Cottage which includes a wood pannelled room and an ancient working kitchen range.
Laundry Cottage – This cottage is available for up to 5 guests to rent in Aldeburgh. The beautiful holiday cottage is perfect for a getaway in a really beautiful part of Suffolk. Aldeburgh is known as one of Englands most untouched seaside towns and this cottage is a perfect base to enjoy yourself and explore the surrounding area.
Queenies Cottage – Queenies is a very romantic holiday cottage which is for couples who are after a more luxurious cottage. With beautiful antique furnishings, authentic character and of course a very cosy log burning stove.
Wren Cottage – Wren Cottage; part of our selectionof self catering cottages in Aldeburgh is a delightful 16th Century cottage 50 yards away from the centre of Wickham Market. Only 15 minutes away from the lovely seaside town of Aldeburgh, Wren Cottage is in an idyllic location.