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Aldeburgh is an unspoiled and secluded seaside town with plenty of character in its unusual and individual buildings. It's situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a special enchantment on those who visit. The shingle beach is home to picturesque boats and lobster pots which still have to be pushed down to the sea in a traditional way and its waters are good for fishing. Fishermans' huts can be found selling their daily catch. A piece of art sculpted by Maggi Hambling entitled 'The Scallop' draws you for a closer look.

Aldeburgh has fast become well loved for its culture, art and festivals, distinctive boutiques and antique shops. Many of the hotels and guesthouses fall right onto the beach, and the village plays host to some excellent accommodation and restaurants. Historic buildings lace the hamlet such as Moot Hall, Martello Tower and Fort Green Mill. There are miles of unblemished coastline and heathland on its doorstep and there is plenty to do and see for those keen on the outdoors.

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