Aldeburgh Property & Services
The historic small Suffolk coastal town of Aldeburgh has a blended atmosphere of Victorian England and Cool Britannia. Already a home from home to some London commuters and a few glitter-arty, it still retains a close knit community with some excellent amenities.
Aldeburgh boasts some exquisite sea views enhanced by a small fishing village atmosphere and quaint historic, colourful architecture. The long, wide shingle beach is excellent for walking or hiking and roams south to Orford Ness and north to Thorpeness, Dunwich, Walberswick and Southwold. Walk along Aldeburgh seafront and you can pick up possibly the best fresh fish England has to offer at very reasonable prices or go to one of the superb fish & chip shops for a good old fashioned paper wrapped fish & chip lunch and a can of vimto!
Access to Aldeburgh is via the A12 north of Ipswich and Woodbridge. The A12 is the lifeline to the north Suffolk coast through which you can get good access from both Stanstead airport and the new Southend airport.
Train lines run from Liverpool Street in London (and both airports) up through Ipswich and on to Lowestoft and Norwich calling at Saxmundham which is only 7 miles outside Aldeburgh. Bring your bikes and you can have an invigorating few days exploring the many pathways and tracks around this little known gem of a town.