Shellseekers is tucked away on a quiet side street in Aldeburgh, just a five-minute walk from the beach and the lively High Street, which is lined with boutiques, delis, and one-of-a-kind eateries. Families and friends who want to explore the local area and farther afield will love the location. The courtyard garden is completely enclosed, with seating for twelve people and a charcoal grill, making al fresco dining a must during the summer. Shellseekers, unlike many other houses in Aldeburgh, has off-road parking for two little cars or one large automobile.
What is the capacity for Shellseekers?
The property sleeps eight guests in four bedrooms and has been tastefully furnished throughout. One well-behaved dog is welcome (small additional charge).
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Aldeburgh area?
There are various art galleries, boutiques, gift shops, and a cinema along the High Street. Aldeburgh Cinema, which just celebrated 100 years of film, offers a diverse schedule of films, live theatre, live opera, and documentaries. Snape Maltings hosts a variety of events throughout the year including the Aldeburgh Festival and boasts a selection of independent shops, cafes and galleries. The Sailors' Path from Aldeburgh to Snape offers stunning views of the Alde estuary, and the walk can be finished with a pint (or whatever your beverage of choice) at one of Snape's three pubs.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Aldeburgh is a foodie's dream, with an abundance of eateries, bakeries, delis, and tea rooms. The Lighthouse and Regatta both feature superbly prepared seasonal produce, or try Sea Spice's Suffolk-inspired Indian cuisine or the Thai Street Cafe's zingy Thai food. No meal would be complete without freshly smoked fish from one of the many fishing huts or hand-selected cheese from Slate if dining at home. Before returning home, make sure to try the famous Aldeburgh fish and chips.