Enjoy invigorating winter walks and sunny summer strolls…
Marsh View is the ideal base for exploring this incredible Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Nestling at the heart of picturesque Aldeburgh, you are within walking distance of its quaint pastel-coloured 19th Century villas lining the promenade, while the charming galleries, original independent stores and renowned local pubs and restaurants that populate its elegant streets will keep you absorbed for hours. Beyond the town, you are surrounded by open fields and forest area, with breath-taking beaches, and picturesque lake lands to explore. Whether you’re braving the seas with the sailing club, enjoying a concert at Snape Maltings or doing business in Ipswich, Aldeburgh is perfectly located for easy access to far and wide.
Aldeburgh has a timeless quality that makes it a wonderful place to visit, whatever the time of year. Follow in Benjamin Britten’s footsteps and visit The Red House, stroll along the beach by Aldeburgh’s historic Martello Tower or take in a film at the historic Art Deco Aldeburgh Cinema.
Due to the location of Marsh View lodges, the wider area is effortlessly accessible. Just under seven miles to the A12 with direct routes into Ipswich, Colchester leading through to London, you will never be far away from a whole host of amenities within your reach.
Aldeburgh Town Centre
Visit clothes boutiques, antiques and arts, independent bookshops, cinema and a huge variety of culinary temptation.
Take the Viking Trail with your bike or just explore the beautiful scenery and it's species on foot with your dog.
Take a walk alongside the sea next to the old fishing boats and the beautiful Maggie Hamlin sculpture all the way down to the historic Martello Tower.
Escape from the hustle and the bustle to Orford's peaceful and relaxing environment. The village has something to offer for everyone.
Enjoy the outstanding natural beauty on the world-renowned landmark and visit the remarkable Victorian industrial buildings for world-class events, cafés, shops and galleries.
Explore the variety of historical buildings around the town and meet the local vintage-, craft- and farmer's market.