Dog friendly cottages in Aldeburgh
Situated on the Suffolk Coast, the pretty town of Aldeburgh is the perfect spot for a seaside staycation. Home to the famous composer Benjamin Britten, who founded the annual Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts, the town has long been associated with classical music and the arts. Wander along the pastel-hued promenade and you'll find a collection of quirky boutiques, antique shops, art galleries and independent bookstores just perfect for browsing.
Surrounded by the stunning Suffolk countryside and with a horde of breathtaking beaches lining the coast, there's plenty for you and the pooch to explore. What's more, this thriving little seaside town is extremely pet-friendly. Almost every shop along the High Street has a water bowl outside, just waiting for thirsty pups.
With an incredible array of dog-friendly holiday cottages to choose from, from cosy coastal cottages to grand townhouses and everything in between, you'll be sure to find a property just perfect for you. What better place to take your four-legged friend for a breath of fresh sea air?
Dog-friendly attractions in Aldeburgh
With plenty of things to do and see in the local area, you and the pooch are sure to love your relaxing getaway in the pretty seaside town of Aldeburgh.
Best for: Sandy toes and salty fur
Situated on the edge of town, Aldeburgh Beach is a lovely spot for seaside walkies. If you happen to be visiting between May and September, then there are dog restrictions on the main beach. But Sizewell Beach, slightly further north next to the tiny fishing hamlet of Sizewell, is dog-friendly all year round.
Wag & Bone Dog Boutique
Best for: Dogs who like to shop
Spend a relaxing afternoon wandering down the High Street, exploring the local shopping scene and cafes. Make sure you and the pooch pay the fantastic Wag & Bone Dog Boutique a visit - they stock the cutest dog coats!
Best for:Culture and nature
Take the pup out for a walk around the grounds of the historic Snape Maltings Concert Hall. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, here you'll find a breathtaking expanse of reed-framed water stretching out into the sky above.
Watch the sunset on Southwold Pier
Best for: Romantic evening rambles
Searching for an extra-special date night? Why not surprise your other half (and the dog) with a trip to Southwold Pier, in the town of Southwold, just in time for sunset. Soak up the brilliant red and orange hues illuminating the ocean, before heading for a fresh seafood dinner.
Walk along a disused railway line
Best for: Stretching the legs