Aldeburgh Lookout is a fabulous holiday let in a wonderful Georgian building located on Aldeburgh's quaint High Street and with some of the very best unrestricted Sea Views In Aldeburgh !2015 NEWS ****4 star Tourist Board rated with GOLD star status level awarded 5 years in succession, excellent customer reviews.We are in a conservation area, very close to the 16th Century Moot Hall, and only a few minutes from the Lifeboat station, Aldeburgh Parish Church, the children's yacht pond, Cinema, based on the High Street.Free Parking within 100 yards.Short stroll down the wide High Street which has attractive Georgian shop fronts, discover some of the fantastic restaurants café's and Adnams pubs, something to suit everyone. Cinema and local Pump house theatre, an array of attractive shops and boutiques await you, and of course those famous fish and chips.Free Wi Fi with BT BroadbandSorry but No Pets, and the Aldeburgh Lookout is a no smoking building.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 en suite and 1 shower room|
|Nearest beach||Aldeburgh 100 m|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Saxmundham 6 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (1), Single Beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
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We have owned Aldeburgh Lookout since 2005 and just completed another refurbishment. We have many repeat customers and that is our best advert, we are proud of our excellent reviews on trip advisorWe have had many family self catering holidays of our own and we have tried to use all the best parts from our experiences for our Aldeburgh property to ensure you have a very special holiday .We are very confident you will enjoy your stay and will do everything we can to make that happen.
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Aldeburgh Lookout is the place to stay if you want a luxurious apartment with incredible Sea Views in a brilliant location right on the High Street, 4 **** Star Gold Tourist Board.Beautiful quaint private courtyard, a perfect sun trap which also offers secure storage of your bikes or buggies.We will have a welcome hamper for you on arrival, the fridge will be chilled , the freezer will be ready and the heating will be pre warmed if necessary. Please do advise if you need shopping ready for your arrival, our aim is to please and make your stay as pleasurable as we can.
From the courtyard there is an area which is secure on the ground floor for storage of bikes and buggies and golf clubs.
We have always lived in Suffolk and love this area, as soon as you turn off the A12 to travel the 5 miles along the road to the coast at Aldeburgh you switch into holiday mode.. Whoever you are, whatever you want to do, you'll be delighted to discover the wealth of magical places tucked away in our special part of Suffolk. Beautiful beaches, unspoilt countryside, traditional towns, historic sites and charming small towns it's easy to see why Suffolk is a holiday hotspot. Picture-postcard Southwold ( do try and combine with a visit to the renovated pier), Dunwich are all uniquely wonderful , nearby Walberswick is home to the annual British Open Crabbing Championship fun for all the family, and for quirkiness of a different kind you mustn't miss the ‘man made village’ of Thorpeness with it’s large but not deep boating lake, take out a rowing boat, a canoe or Kyak or sit on the bank with a fishing rod !Other cultural attractions include the Maltings Concert Hall at Snape, famous for its Benjamin Britten connections and venue for the annual Aldeburgh Festival. Suffolk is full of recreation sites to explore, from rivers to forests and from mills to meadows and coastal beaches.
A very fashionable destination for a special holiday, to just relax, sail go walking or cycling. Although the secret is out and Aldeburgh gets busier each year it remains largely the same as it has been for decades. In Summertime there are many local events such as the Aldeburgh carnival and Thorpeness Regatta but all year round there is an ambience and atmosphere ever present in this charming seaside town. Fishermen still sell their daily catch from huts on the beach, and will always be pleased to share a story with you when you visit them, be early for the catch of the day..The High Street boasts a number of award-winning restaurants and bistros, and you are literally only five minutes away....book early to get the tables and times you prefer, or call us and we will gladly attend to it for you. Famous Adnams beers in lovely pubs and Aldeburgh fish and chips are a must do !Our property overlooks the famous 16th century Moot Hall which served as the Council Chamber and prison and was also the focus for the town market, today it is home to a fascinating museum and has is an iconic Aldeburgh building, loved by visitors and residents alike. Another possible future icon is the Scallop by Maggie Hambling and made by local engineers Pegg and Sons, situated on the beach to the North which is controversial for the design and location, you are invited to make your own mind up when you visit.We have Snape 4 miles away and is best known as the venue for the Aldeburgh Festival and for other events throughout the year held in the Maltings Concert Hall. However, the pretty village, at the head of the tidal estuary, is a popular holiday venue in its own right and central for exploring the unique area of the Suffolk Heritage Coast - the tidal estuary and network of footpaths are one of the most interesting areas of Suffolk for exploring on foot. There is easy access and more to explore at Framlingham and Orford with their respective Castles. The burial treasures at the world famous archaeological Sutton Hoo, near Woodbridge, should not be missed also.Endless paths make Suffolk a good place to explore on foot or cycle, and the RSPB’s flagship Minsmere Nature Reserve is a must for wildlife lovers just 20 mins drive..Do come and see for yourselves and stay at our Gold star award winning property.