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Bay Tree Cottage at Bay Tree Cottages, Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Bay Tree Cottage at Bay Tree Cottages
Benhall Green
Aldeburgh
Suffolk

IP17 1HX | View map

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In a pretty Suffolk village just 4 miles from Aldeburgh, these two individual properties offer delightful accommodation whatever the season one an ultra modern and stylish lodge, and the other a pink, three hundred year old, Grade II listed thatched cottage. One of a pair it was formerly part of the Benhall Lodge estate. At nearby Aldeburgh, vistors can buy the day's catch from local fishermen on the beach, and this charming little seaside town also boasts interesting shops and excellent restaurants as well as famously good fish and chips.

The Suffolk Heritage Coast offers many attractions within a short drive including Southwold with its pretty beach huts and pier, Orford's famous smokery, Woodbridge and its historic harbour, and crabbing at the pretty seaside village of Walberswick. RSPB Minsmere, Dunwich Heath and Sutton Hoo (N.T.) are also easily accessible as is Framlingham Castle. Fishing, riding, golf, walking, and cycling on quiet rural lanes are all enjoyed locally. Shops and pub 1 miles.

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Central Heating
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