31 January 2019
We are always delighted to welcome to families with children of all ages. Our hotel is in a perfect spot for parents who want to arrive, unpack and then head straight out to the beach on our doorstep, where children can run off any spare energy.
Our informal restaurant or outdoor terrace (open from end March for summer) is ideal for family meals too, especially around noon or early evening before it gets busy. We will always aim to bring children’s meals out as fast as possible too. There’s a special menu for them and it’s safe to say that favourites like fish and chips and burgers are always on there.
There are a variety of rooms available to suit families. Our Superior rooms can take up to two children on a sofa bed and the majority of our deluxe rooms can take up to three children (two on a sofa bed and one on a z-bed). Cots are also available for babies and young toddlers. The best thing to do is to call us and, depending on the number of children and their ages, we can recommend ideal rooms to fit your family. For even more family space we have both superior and deluxe rooms available that interconnect, allowing space for up to eight guests.
With regards to babysitting, we are unable to provide or recommend child minding services. If you wish, you can make babysitting arrangements directly and one option is to use this government website to find an Ofsted registered childminder. Parents will need to speak with their chosen babysitting service directly to arrange this.
There are lots of things to do for the entire family whilst on the Suffolk coast. Aldeburgh is the perfect destination for a traditional British seaside break; enjoy fish and chips along with a walk along the beach, possibly even going as far as Thorpeness and back to guarantee a good night’s sleep for everyone. If you have bicycles it’s worth bringing them or you can hire locally. Southwold with its fun pier will also keep your children entertained. At Thorpeness you could join in sporting activities from tennis to boating on the Meare; or try canoeing on the Alde Estuary. Not too far away, there are many things to do and places to explore along our beautiful Suffolk Coast, including Sutton Hoo, with its fascinating history as the burial ground for an Anglo Saxon king.
For more information about our family friendly rooms or to discuss please call us direct on
01728 452071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .