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The Follies Cottage B&B - The Follies Cottage, Aldringham IP16 4LU

1.2 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Set half a mile up a track in beautiful countryside, quiet and friendly. Location great to visit Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Minsmere for Bird watching. Lots of walks from the cottage to the sea, dogs accepted. Double/family room ensuite overlooking the garden, twin room ensuite overlooking Thorpeness golf course. Off street parking, great cycling. Breakfast focuses on local produce and home made preserves.

Thorpeness Hotel - Thorpeness Thorpeness IP16 4NH

2.2 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £105.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The hotel located on the edge of this unusual and quirky seaside village is only a few minutes from the beach and adjacent to the famous Thorpeness Meare. Built in the 1920's as part of an Edwardian holiday village the hotel offers recently refurbished facilities incorporating 36 en-suite rooms, two bars and a restaurant, drawing room, library and snooker room. The atmosphere is in keeping with the traditonal and original concept but with modern facilities and 3 star standards. Some bedrooms overlook the well known and challenging 18 holes golf course, and several the Meare and gardens. The terrace is ideal for al fresco dining or a pre dinner drink during the warmer months. Menus feature fresh local produce either for full dining in the restaurant or for a lighter menu in the Patio Bar. Wines and beers are supplied by Adnams of Southwold who are well know for quality, including local Suffolk cider, Broadside Beer and award winning wines. The hotel offers excellent golf, and cycle hire all year round and in the Summer rowing boats. The fashionable seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold are well worth a visit, or browse the home and gardens shops at Snape Maltings, home of the Aldeburgh Music Festival. We look forward to welcoming you to Thorpeness.

The Bell At Sax' - 31 High st, saxmundham IP171AF

3.4 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £100.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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With the East Suffolk Heritage Coast all around us, The Bell At Sax' makes a great destination from which to explore the beautiful landscapes, cultural delights and beaches in this beautiful part of East Anglia. One particular place to visit a short drive away is Snape Maltings, home to Aldeburgh Music and a great shopping emporium for gifts, fashion (and the lovely things you hadn't realised you needed!) alongside its concert halls and antique shops. A lovely eye-catching Victorian building, The Bell has the lovely wooden floors, flagstones and high ceilings you would expect along with open log fires, squishy sofas and a hotchpotch of tables and mismatching chairs, befitting a relaxed shabby-chic property as we are. We have two lovely intimate dining rooms serving our trademark relaxed good food, locally sourced and passionately prepared by Owner and Head Chef Jonathan Nicholson. Jonny in his early days was Sous Chef for Marco Pierre White at his first restaurant, Harveys in London's Wandsworth as well as Executive Chef for Sir Terence Conran at his Bluebird Restaurant and Club on Chelsea's Kings Road. At The Bell, we have a lovely mix of vistors and residents along with locals popping in for a drink or a bite to eat. In our bar, we have draught local ales a well-stocked array of spirits and a short but interesting Liberty of London wine list. Our ten rooms upstairs come in a range of sizes but all are full of character, spacious and en-suite. All the rooms come with tea and coffee-making facilities and Freeview TV; a full cooked breakfast is included in all our room rates. The present Bell Hotel, as it is painted above the front door (we are definitively a laid-back restaurant-with-rooms now but the frontage is listed!), as built in 1842 on a site which had been occupied by an inn for centuries and it originally had stabling for 40 horses and six acres of pasture. King George II stayed at the Bell in January 1737 en-route by carriage from Lowestoft to Londo

Toll House - 50 Victoria Road, Aldeburgh IP15 5EJ

3.4 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £90.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Toll House is a converted Victorian property which has been run as a guesthouse for over 30 years. Conveniently located within walking distance from the beach and town centre, and with a supermarket nearby, it is a perfect base for a relaxing forget-the-car stay. Toll House has been refurbished throughout in 2004. There are two twin rooms and one double on the ground floor, should you need easy access. Further four double rooms are upstairs, on the first floor. All are en-suite, with showers. All rooms have flat-screen TVs with in-built DVD/CD player, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Free WiFi is available throughout. We welcome children to Toll House, and can provide a travel cot for babies. Breakfast is prepared to order, and served in our conservatory dining room. We are happy to cater for any dietary special needs if requested. We have a wide selection of homemade preserves which are also available to buy. Parking is available along side of the property, off the path leading towards the King's Field and the fire station ( last exit off the roundabout coming into town ).

Wentworth Hotel - Wentworth Road Aldeburgh IP15 5BD

3.6 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £150.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Located on the unspoilt Suffolk coast in the quaint but flourishing town of Aldeburgh with the beach just 20 metres away. Offering free Wifi, ample on-site parking, 2 AA Rosettes for food and just a short drive to Southwold and Felixstow. The hotel value tradition, Wentworth has been owned by the same family for more than 85 years which is why there is a continuous thread linking the past to the future, making sure they are constantly meeting the changing requirements of today’s guests. In many ways Wentworth is everything a seaside hotel should be – a perfect blend of the traditional and contemporary. Many of the bedrooms have views over the beach and the sea, and all with en suite bathrooms. Seven of the rooms are in Darfield House, an annex building opposite the main hotel. These rooms are particularly spcacious and well appointed. For those guests who find stairs difficult there are five ground floor rooms. The bedrooms are regularly refurbished to a high standard and are bright, cheerful and welcoming. Start your day, as you should while away from home – with a hearty breakfast. Fresh fruit salad, yoghurt, cereals, porridge, locally smoked kipper or a ‘full house cooked breakfast’. At lunchtime the terrace bar menu has a wide choice depending on how hungry you are. From a fresh crab sandwich (in season) to traditional cod and chips. In the evening the elegant candle lit restaurant offers a daily changing menu with fresh local produce. There is a smaller dining room which can seat up to 22 persons. This room has French doors opening on to a delightful garden and is ideal for family parties or special occasions. During those times when you are not out and about exploring the countryside and beaches of Suffolk, the two spacious and attractive lounges provide ample room for you to relax in. There are a wealth of comfortable chairs and sofas, sunny spots in the summer, and open fires in the winter. There are two sea facing gardens in which you can sit and enjoy the sun and the seaview. Morning coffee, light lunches and cream teas are served in these gardens. Darfield House, which is opposite the main hotel, also has a delightful courtyard garden. The area has something for everyone: sports and arts; stately homes and castles; country lanes and cottages; heathland and gardens – all bounded by the unspoilt Suffolk coastlines. Aldeburgh lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has a championship golf course, excellent sailing on the River Alde, many country and beach walks and a number of bird reserves close by.

The Brudenell Hotel - The Brudenell Aldeburgh IP15 5BU

4.1 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £232.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Situated on the glistening Suffolk coast, the Brudenell Hotel refurbished in 2010 is a haven of peace and relaxation - a perfect escape from the pressures of daily life. The hotel's contemporary and relaxing décor is full of vibrant colours and stylish furniture. Our 44 luxurious bedrooms are decorated in calming colours and most have views of the sea or the River Alde and the surrounding countryside - some of the finest in Suffolk. The light and airy bar and restaurant have fabulous panoramic sea views which blend effortlessly with indulgence and informality. The emphasis is very much on flexibility and informality and our kitchen team uses fresh seasonal produce to create dishes which are simple and unadulterated, yet bursting with flavour. During the Summer, what could be nicer than dining al fresco on the Brudenell's sea-facing terrace, the perfect location to savour the very finest of Suffolk produce, just a pebble's throw from the beach. Aldeburgh is a quiet seaside resort that has retained the charm and genteel atmosphere of a bygone age, with brightly-coloured fishing boats lining the shingle beach. It is a perfect base to explore Suffolk's 50 miles of breathtaking coastline, rich in history, culture and nature and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Westleton Crown Inn - The Street,Westleton Westleton IP17 3AD

4.2 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £180.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The Westleton Crown is a traditional Coaching Inn with origins extending back as far as the 12th Century. Located a few miles from the Suffolk Heritage Coast. It retains the character and rustic charm of its heritage whilst offering guests the sophistication and comforts of contemporary living. All thirty four rooms are individually furnished and well appointed, some with four poster beds but all are luxurious, peaceful and relaxing. Whether a hearty breakfast, lunchtime snack, relaxed or formal meal, the 2 AA Rosette-awarded Restaurant serves varied, innovative food created from passion alongside a comprehensive wine list.
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