From Felixstowe to Lowestoft, we have some of the best beach resorts in our county.
Here are the five best beach hotels in Suffolk, according to Tripadvisor.
1. The Wentworth Hotel, Aldeburgh
This Aldeburgh seaside hotel is regarded as Suffolk’s best beach hotel.
Family-run for nearly 100 years, The Wentworth Hotel is the perfect place to stay by the sea.
The hotel has spectacular sea views and is a great place to stay all year round.
One person described their stay at the hotel as “a fun beach resort”, while another said it was “very nice”.
Where: Wentworth Road, Aldeburgh IP15 5BD
2. Hotel Victoria, Lowestoft
With 4.5 stars, The Hotel Victoria is another popular beach hotel.
The iconic hotel has 24 en-suite rooms furnished to the highest standards.
As well as providing comfortable accommodation, the hotel can cater to a variety of needs, including weddings, afternoon teas and banquets.
The hotel has more than 4.5 stars out of five on Tripadvisor from 972 reviews.
Where: Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft NR33 0BZ
3. Brudenell’s Hotel, Aldeburgh
From one end of Aldeburgh to the other is The Brudenell Hotel.
This 4.5-star hotel has 44 guest rooms, all recently renovated.
Reviewing the hotel, one person said: “We spent the night here and found it very pleasant.”
Where: Parade, Aldeburgh IP15 5BU
4. The White Lion Hotel, Aldeburgh
The White Lion Hotel is another popular hotel in the coastal town.
Located in Market Cross Place, there are many room layouts to choose from.
According to their website, the hotel is dog friendly.
The hotel recently relaunched its dinner service after a three-year hiatus.
Where: Market Cross Place, Aldeburgh IP15 5BJ
5. The Clyffe Hotel, Lowestoft
With sea views straight across to Lowestoft Pier, The Clyffe Hotel is recognized as one of Suffolk’s finest seaside hotels.
The three-star hotel has 16 rooms, all based on a different theme.
Reviewing the hotel, one person said they had a “very good three night stay”.
Where: Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft NR33 0BY