The Suffolk Coast

Explore the towns, villages and hamlets along the 50 mile stretch of the beautiful Suffolk coastline. The web link provides all of the information.

Castles of Suffolk

There are 7 castles in Suffolk. Framlingham  castle is a 15 mile drive from Belstead House.  It has pic-nic tables within the grounds and lovely walks around the parkland and picturesque lake.

The web link provides all of the information.


Pack your bucket and spade and enjoy a variety of beaches for relaxing or walking the dog.
The web link provides all of the information.

Aldeburgh Heritage

The Red House, Aldeburgh is a Grade II listed building and former home of the Suffolk Composer Benjamin Britten is available to visit.

The web link provides all of the information.

Family Fun

If your family wish to try crazy golf, feeding the animals on a farm or kart racing, the web link below provides all the information for family fun activities out.


Aldeburgh’s golf club was established in 1884 and has two courses. The Championship Course is ranked 31st in England

The web link provides the best courses to play in Suffolk.

Eating Locally

The Lighthouse is located on the High Street. This friendly restaurant opened in 1995 and is frequently visited by locals and holidaymakers.

Vegan menu available.

Eating Locally

The Plough & Sail at Snape Maltings is a dog friendly pub and offers light, casual or formal dining.

Located next to Snape Maltings concert hall.

Eating Locally

Regatta Restaurant is also on the High Street and offers primarily seafood dishes. They also run a take away menu.

Eating Locally

White Hart Inn is a traditional pub serving Adnams Ales. Dogs are welcome and you can eat your food from Aldeburgh’s famous fish and chip shop in the beer garden.

Eating Locally

Two Magpies bakery on the High Street has a wonderful range of pastries, freshly baked sourdough bread and plenty of sweet treats.

Eating Locally

The Golden Key is a relaxed cottage-style dining pub dating back to the 1600’s, just tucked away from the main road through the beautiful village of Snape. It is packed full of original character, beams, open fires and quirky details which make it a fantastic pub to visit.