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Our twin sea view rooms, comfortable and calming with superb views of the coast.

Our sea view rooms can be made as double or twin, all with stunning views.

Small details in our rooms give you a home from home experience.

Our double inland rooms are calming and restful.

Our East meets West graze board.



Start each day with fresh fruit and pastries, or a locally sourced Suffolk cooked breakfast


Enjoy dinner on the first night in our Brasserie

(£29.50 dinner credit per person)


Explore the local area and receive a 20% food discount at one of our nearby sister hotels** for either lunch or dinner on the second day


Take a little bit of Suffolk home with you on departure with a bottle of Aspall Suffolk Cyder, and a delicious bar of Pump Street Bakery Chocolate


*Rates subject to dates and availability.
Terms and conditions apply, see below.

Call our friendly team direct to book your perfect getaway quoting ‘Autumn on the coast’

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Beautiful coastline location, one-minute walk from the beach where wooden smoked fish huts line the shore


Watch the fishermen launch their boats each morning


Beach-facing bar and restaurant serving imaginative and delicious food


Enjoy seasonal Suffolk produce


Relax in one of our cosy rooms and enjoy views of the sea or stunning countryside


Free Wi-Fi and parking on site

Your base - White Lion Hotel

Stay at The White Lion Hotel, situated close to the beachfront in Aldeburgh, a stunning Suffolk seaside town renowned for its close association with culture, the Arts and a growing number of festivals. The relaxed setting of this cosy hotel offers peace and relaxation - ideal for a short break in Suffolk.

The vibrant setting of our restaurant lends itself perfectly to morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and all-day Sunday lunches. Our Head Chef is passionate about creating imaginative menus using the abundance of fresh, local seasonal produce so readily available around Aldeburgh and the Suffolk coast.

Relax on the water

Spend autumn days out on Thorpeness Meare bobbing around the Peter Pan islands, only a short walk away along the shoreline. Hire a rowing boat, kayak, canoe, punt or a sailing boat and take in this stunning centrepiece of this charming village with views of the famous House in the Clouds in the distance. Afterwards, enjoy a spot of lunch whilst looking out over the Meare before playing a friendly round of mini golf at our sister hotel, Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel.

Out and about on two wheels

Miles of beautiful coast and countryside are just waiting to be explored, and what better way than by taking a two-wheeled adventure. Cycle to nearby Snape Maltings, through the Area of Natural Beauty, and stop to indulge in a traditional cream tea before heading back.

Bicycles can be hired directly from us, including mountain, electric to hybrid bikes with children accessories. Booking in advance is recommended.

Cinema nights on the coast

Celebrating its centenary in 2019, Aldeburgh Cinema is a cute, half-timbered building with the atmosphere of the picture houses of yesteryear. Presenting a mix of mainstream and world cinema, theatre and Opera live transmissions and Live on Stage shows, the varied programme is sure to impress even the toughest of critics. Sit back and relax with a glass of wine or an Adnams beer and experience a cinema like no other.

Nature on the coast

Whether you’re in search of a great family day out, a birdwatching haven, or a place to simply stroll taking in this beautiful Suffolk scenery, RSPB Minsmere is a fantastic coastal nature reserve. Get out your binoculars and spot some of Minsmere’s special birds including avocets, bitterns and nightingales. Explore the Discovery Centre and take part in family-friendly activities or enjoy one of the many self-guided tours.

The Aldeburgh Treasure Trail

Take your time to explore and discover Aldeburgh in a whole new light with an interactive treasure trail. Search for the clues dotted around this seaside resort around some of the famous landmarks and work out the answers to try and locate the ‘fictional treasure'.