suffolk

i had never been to suffolk before and was pleasantly surprised to find such pretty historical fishing towns – Aldeburgh is definitely a lovely day out – we ate a delicious lunch at Brudenell hotel, mainly choosing there because of a vacant table facing the sea on the terrace and it just happened to be 1pm.  aldeburgh is more sophisticated, grown up and quite a serene air.  we then drove onto southwold, which is a busier, more family orientated seaside town – a bit difficult to park, but again it seemed a lovely place with a seaside pier and rows of beach huts along the sand.  if you have young children, there is definitely more to do at southwold.

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