Places to Stay

For those of you who prefer not to camp, there are plenty of wonderful B&B’s, hotels, cottages to rent and a YMCA hostel close by, to choose from.

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If you want to know  where to stay, Suffolk’s official tourism website has everything you need to know.

 

The  Suffolk Tourist Guide offer a comprehensive list of places to stay – including Self-Catering, B&Bs, Hotels, a Youth Hostel (YHA) and alternative Campsites.

 

 

Or perhaps try one of the stylish, self-catering Suffolk Cottages from Best of Suffolk , an award-winning holiday cottage agency.

 

 

The luxury of the award winning  TA Hotel Collection, which includes the Brudenell Hotel and the White Lion in Aldeburgh, might just entice you to stay a little a longer by the sea.

Many of the FolkEast Fringe events take place at The Blaxhall Ship Inn. You can stay there too. There are more holiday cottages a mere mile away from The Blaxhall Ship Inn at Snape Holiday Cottages.

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