Aldeburgh is a well-known Suffolk seaside town with so much to offer its visitors. From famous fish and chips, to pebble dashed beaches, we at See Suffolk will guide you around the real Aldeburgh.
If you’re looking for a unique dining experience, it has to be Delphine’s Diner. Decked out as a 1950’s American restaurant with striking green decor and classic booths that’ll take you back to the rockabilly era. We recommend their delicious homemade burgers, yum!
For a traditional British experience, head for afternoon tea at Cragg Sisters Tearoom which has been in Aldeburgh since 1949.
After all that food, a walk by the sea might be the answer. Be sure to take a trip to the Aldeburgh Scallop, a stunning sculpture created by artist Maggi Hambling.
Built as a tribute to local composer, Benjamin Britten, it is also pays homage to those that have lost their lives to the power of the sea.
Aldeburgh offers a number of popular high street brands, including Jack Wills, Joules and Fat Face. But if you’re after an individual Suffolk shopping experience, you’ve come to the right town.
River Alde is a See Suffolk favourite, with quirky home accessories, shabby chic furniture and unique gifts, perfect for picking up a memento of your visit to Aldeburgh.
Collen & Clare is the ultimate shopping experience for those of you designer fashionistas. Featuring brands such as Mulberry, Ugg and Barbour, you’ll be sure to get your fashion fix at their second Suffolk store.
Aldeburgh Emporium is the town’s premier vintage offering. Hidden away on the outskirts of town, the Emporium will take you back in time to the fashions of past eras.
So get out there, and See Suffolk!