Holidaying In Suffolk - England

By Zaithyn Galter Published 04/9/2007 | Travel

The Suffolk coast is the perfect destination for an early summer break. Everyone needs to get away for a holiday in the summer and the beautiful coastline, particularly around Aldeburgh is the right place for so many people with different interests.

The hectic lifestyles that many people lead provide too little time for enjoyment. So why not plan a summer break with your family and friends. The Suffolk coast has a plethora of things to do while on holiday such as walks along the beach, birdwatching, sailing, playing golf, shopping, eating fish and chips, cycling or simply exploring the beautiful unspoilt countryside. The world famous Aldeburgh Festival is held in June each year and features a highly eclectic programme of music and the arts, based at the stunning Snape Maltings, just three miles inland from the coast.

Choosing where to stay in this magical part of East Anglia is the most important step in planning a holiday on the Suffolk coast. The Brudenell hotel in Aldeburgh is literally yards from the sea. It is a haven of peace and relaxation, while being a pebbles throw from all the attractions of the coastline. The restaurant claims to be the nearest eatery to the sea in the Eastern Counties.

The White Lion is in the middle of Aldeburgh and is a focal point for the local community. From your hotel bedroom you can watch the fishermen bringing back their catch onto the shingle one of the only places left where this traditional skill still happens.

For the golfing enthusiast, Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel is the ideal way to enjoy the wide open skies while playing around a beautiful, well-maintained links golf course.

When planning your next summer break think of the Suffolk coast where you can stay in comfort by the beach and enjoy the multitude of activities which make holidays so special and treasured.

Tim Sheldon is the author of this article. For more details visit at  (href= Aldeburgh Breaks.