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Highlights in Aldeburgh
- Golf Club
- Classical music concert
- Canoe ride
- Gift shops
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Do you want to spend your holidays in a relaxing and sophisticated place at the same time? In Aldeburgh, a city in Suffolk, East Anglia, England, you will find historical monuments loaded with great cultural value, you can also have lots of water fun on the majestic beaches of the place and get great gifts in the best shops in Aldeburgh.Comfortable rentals with modern interior designs
The houses and flats you find in Aldeburgh have an interesting mix of old, contemporary and modern design. Some of its facades are traditional in style but inside you will find open spaces with modern designs and all the comforts you can imagine, from internet, washing machine, television, heating, parking, among others. Don't think twice, comfort and tranquillity await you in Aldeburgh!
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The area and getting around
This steel monument is an iconic symbol represented by two intertwined shells. It was designed by local artist Maggi Hambling, to pay tribute to the composer Benjamin Britten, who lived in this town for a long period of his life. On the back of this sculpture you will be able to read, engraved on the steel, a sentence that belongs to the letter of one of his operas. You can also take great photos of the landscape from there with the sea as a background.Visit another of Aldeburgh's iconic sites
The House in the Clouds is part of the symbolic buildings of Aldeburgh, it is an old water tower located near Thorpeness. The best thing about this building is that if you want you can rent it to spend the night there. You can see it from afar due to its immense height, and if you dare to stay there you will be able to enjoy wonderful views of the area.
Travellers and activities
If you are one of those people who like to see good films, you can buy a ticket to the Aldeburgh cinema What's so special about it? It is listed as one of the oldest in all of Britain. You will be able to enjoy the latest releases, and if your trip is scheduled for the beginning of November, you can attend the Annual Aldeburgh Documentary Film Festival. A show that you cannot miss!Aldeburgh for all ages
If your thing is classical music and opera, you cannot miss a concert at Snape Maltings, the famous auditorium where the Aldeburgh festival takes place and the Snape Proms, plus other artists perform every year. You must do not forget to see the art galleries and boutiques of the place.
The poet George Crabbe was born in Aldeburgh in 1754 and the town inspired his poems The Village and The Borough.
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This festival is normally commemorated in September. There you can find more than a hundred food producers from across Suffolk coming together for a wonderful food festival that includes the entire county. This is undoubtedly a holiday worth seeing and remembering.2. Go shopping in the shops on the main street of Aldeburgh
If there is something you will see a lot in Aldeburgh they are shops on the main street. Some, like Alde River and The Pug and the Pussycat, will fascinate you with the lovely gifts you can find. You can also visit the pleasant Aldeburgh Bookshop and the attractive One Five Seven Antiques & Interiors. If you want to buy more luxurious products, go to Snape Maltings and imbue yourself in the artisan shop.3. Enjoy a ride in Iken Canoe
This ride will be fun, safe and well organized, it is suitable for all levels. The canoes are flat bottom, so they are very stable and very easy to paddle. You will be able to see tons of birds, dragonflies and even a seal. The cleanliness is also first class. It is definitely worth doing this tour, but it is recommended that you book in advance.4. Make sure to visit the Aldeburgh Golf Club
You have to know this golf course that dates back to the year 1884, you will rarely be able to meet clubs from that time on the European continent, so it will be an honour for you to play green-fee in this place. The vegetation is much greener than in many other fields near the sea.5. Enjoy Captains wood
When you enter this forest you can take long walks, visualize deer and rabbits. You can also meet lots of birds. If you are lucky when you travel through the forest on the middle road you can have a buzzard sighting. You will relax walking through this spectacular forest. You won't regret it!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Aldeburgh
Aldeburgh is one of the most expensive cities in the United Kingdom! The price of a holiday rental is around £201.62 per night.
If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your visit to Aldeburgh, go there in March (£164.62 per night on average), April (£172.8), or May (£184.6) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Aldeburgh, the most expensive months are, in descending order, July, December and August with average prices per night of £247.92, £231.23, and £221.33, respectively.
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Aldeburgh, as only 18% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
The months when it's easiest to find free accommodation in Aldeburgh are January (the average amount of properties that are free reached 54% of the total in 2020), December (43.5%), and February (37%).
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Aldeburgh are, in order, September (with 0.75% of available rentals), August (1.2%), and October (2.4%).
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