Dogs are a valued member of any family, which is why we’re very happy for you to bring them with you.
Stop by for lunch on the terrace and your dog can help himself to fresh water and a doggy biscuit or two. We only ask that they’re not brought into the restaurant.
They’ll love the long walks along the beach and across the marshes and for a small fee they can stay in your room, for a night’s dreaming about those seagulls that were always just out of reach.

For more information, read our doggy guide to The Brudenell below.

Your doggy guide to The Brudenell

Booking your stay

Dogs are allowed in all of our room types, which means you can effortlessly choose the room and rate that works for you.
If booking your stay online, please go through the booking process as usual and add the dog charge after you have chosen your room.

Your dog also gets the VIP treatment when staying at The Brudenell. Not only do we have the Bark Bar, placed near our sea-facing entrance packed with treats, dogs also receive a welcome card, a dog bowl to use during their stay and treats to enjoy in the room.
Our dog charge is £15 per pet per night

Public areas

We welcome dogs in our lounge and on the terrace. Our full menus can be made available in these two areas, which means you can still experience the delicacies of our Seafood and Grill restaurant with your dog comfortably snoozing under the table.

Beach area for dogs

Between the 1st May and 30th September every year, dogs are not permitted on the main stretch of the beach in Aldeburgh.
However, The Brudenell is perfectly located next to where the restriction ends. So within a few steps, you and your dog can enjoy the beach without any worry.
Crag Path, a walkway which sits between the hotel and the beach can be used for walks all year round, so you can still enjoy the sights of the coast with your dog in tow.
The dog restriction at the other end of Aldeburgh going towards Thorpeness, stops a few minutes' walk from our sister hotel, The White Lion. Dogs can then go on the beach from that point until you reach Thorpeness, where there is a sign stating where the next restriction is in place.
From there, if you head towards another of our sister hotels, Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel, a countryside path (identified by the public footpath sign), which is away from the road, can be found just before the third tee. This will take you back into Aldeburgh.