Welcome to 34 Lee Road Aldeburgh Bed and Breakfast

At 34 LEE ROAD Award Winning Bed & Breakfast we offer a warm welcome, high quality accommodation and delicious breakfasts.

We go out of our way to make your stay as comfortable and hassle free as possible.

We are ideally situated in the heart of Aldeburgh, in a quiet but central location, just a few minutes’ walk from the Bed and Breakfast to the High Street and the sea.

Our three spacious guest rooms have been thoughtfully furnished and tastefully decorated to a very high standard. Each has an ensuite bathroom or shower room with good quality toiletries. The beds are very comfortable with down filled duvets and pillows. The bed linen and towels are Egyptian cotton. There are tea/coffee making facilities and a flat screen TV/DVD player which also plays audio CDs. Free WiFi connection avaliable.

The Blue Room
The Lilac Room
Breakfast in the Garden

There is a private breakfast room for guests. On sunny days breakfast can be taken in our delightful courtyard garden.

Local maps and information leaflets are available for guests to use during their stay with us. On our bookshelves are a variety of local interest books for you to browse.

Every year we have been awarded 5 stars from Trip Advisor and we have been assessed by Quality in Tourism as a 4 Star Bed and Breakfast, with a Silver Award for quality and a Breakfast Award.


The High Street has an abundance of independently owned, charming shops.
There are excellent restaurants and famous fish and chips.
There is even a cinema which has screened films since 1924.


On the pebble beach leading to the sea there are fishing boats and huts where local fishermen sell their daily catch. There are lovely walks along the beach or on the footpath behind.

Head north to Maggie Hambling’s impressive 'Scallop' sculpture and on to Thorpeness, with the House in the Clouds and the Meare boating lake.

Head south to the Martello tower and the yacht club on the River Alde with views to Orfordness and beyond.



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View from the Terrace
Fishing Boat on beach
Scallop on Aldeburgh Beach by Maggi Hambling