it’s been two years since the Britten Centenary, and Aldeburgh has continued to become one of the region’s brightest tourism hotspots.
With the Aldeburgh Festival and the Snape Proms (and former BBC3 chief Roger Wright organising behind the scenes) there is plenty to bring people to Aldeburgh. From restaurants to pubs, natural coastal wonders to musical treats, the town has everything you need for the best 2016 break in Suffolk.
At Love Southwold, we’ve seen unprecedented numbers of visitors to our site in 2015, with our Aldeburgh free parking guides, Aldeburgh celebrity walks and Aldeburgh holiday accommodation proving especially popular.
Suffolk’s tourist attractions have also welcomed the influx of visitors. Martin Dupee, operations director of the Dinosaur Adventure, Banham Zoo and Africa Alive, told the North Norfolk News: ‘We are heading for a record year at Dinosaur Adventure with more than 200,000 visitors now being projected and, following lean years, both zoos are back well up to where they should be.’
Recently in Suffolk we have seen of the sunniest summers on record, which has led to thousands of families heading east to Aldeburgh for a weekend of good old British seaside fun in the sun.
In short now is the perfect time to book your break in Aldeburgh!