The location of Sundial House cannot be beaten, just yards from the beach and a minute or two's walk from the ever popular town of Aldeburgh. The accommodation is spacious and comfortably furnished with a large drawing room and dining areas in both the conservatory and dining room. There are three twin bedrooms with vanity basins and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs the bedrooms have stunning sea views, all adding to the seaside holiday experience. The garden, with sun terrace, is fully enclosed and private, an ideal place to relax. WIFI is installed for your use. There is an adjoining cottage which can also be rented with the house sleeping a further 4 people, please see Sundial Cottage on the Holiday Rentals website.
For all of our SPECIAL OFFERS and further details of Sundial House, along with photographs and a virtual tour, please view our website (primeholidaylettings) or telephone our office on 01728 454899.
Aldeburgh: Sundial House is opposite Aldeburgh's unspoilt beach and just a two minute walk to the charming High Street which has changed little from Victorian times although now boasting a range of exclusive shops, high quality restaurants, art galleries and even an award winning fish and chip shop which is not to be missed! With a sailing club, golf course and tennis courts to meet the needs of the more active you will also find specialist wine shops, museum and independent cinema for those looking for a more relaxing stay. Famous for its musical connections with the composer Benjamin Britten and the tenor Peter Pears the annual Aldeburgh Festival is held at the nearby Snape Maltings.
Polite Notice: Celebrations of special occassions for booked guests only. No Marquees, mobile discos, loud music or firework displays permitted. Outside caterers permitted with prior permission. No stag or hen parties allowed. Restrictions are due to the property being in a residential area. Thank you.
The Beach: The beach is just 10 metres away. All along it you will find traditional fisherman's huts selling the catch of the day. Aldeburgh beach is also famous for its scallop sculpture by Maggie Hambling.
From Aldeburgh you can walk along the beach to the next village, Thorpeness where you will find an interesting Victorian model village which is centered by 'The Mere'. Here you can go boating or enjoy an ice cream at the Tea Rooms. There is a great public House, The Dolphin, which serves food as well as a new Bistro which is perfect for a light lunch.
Restaurants and Places to Eat: We can recommend the following restaurants in Aldeburgh Town and close by:
The Regatta, High Street, Aldeburgh. Tel: 01728 452011
152, High Street, Aldeburgh. Tel: 01728 454594
The Light House, High Street, Aldeburgh. Tel: 01728 453377
Prezzo, High Street, Aldeburgh. Tel: 01728 454452
The Parrot and Punchbowl public house, Leiston Road, Aldringham. Tel: 01728 830221
The Dolphin Public House, Thorpeness. Tel: 01728 454994
Thorpeness Brasserie, Thorpeness. Tel: 01728 453105
The Butley and Orford Oysterage. Tel: 01395 450277
It is recommended that you book in advance as these restaurants are very busy, especially on bank holiday, weekends and peak holiday season.