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Aldeburgh is a small and well-to-do seaside town with a long, pretty high street parallel to the seafront one block over. On the shingle beach, a Maggi Hambling sculpture is dedicated to the town’s most famous resident, composer Benjamin Britten, who founded the annual Aldeburgh Festival. An arts cinema, a lovely bookshop, an excellent butcher, some interesting delis and several gift, homeware and clothes shops makes it a good destination for a seaside walk and a bit of browsing. There's a local history museum in the Moot Hall on the seafront, near the small huts selling the catch of the day.
Family-run restaurant featuring great local produce on the seasonal menu
A book-filled haven just steps away from the beach
A short walk along a section of coastline ending with lunch in Aldeburgh
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