One of Suffolk's best-loved seaside restaurants and hotels has been recommended by a national magazine as one of the best places in the UK to "turn eating out into a blissful break."

The Waitrose Food magazine for January celebrated the best places to enjoy good food and a soft bed for the night. 

The Suffolk in Aldeburgh made the exclusive list as the recommended "coastal bolthole" for the readers.

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"Every town should have a place like The Suffolk," read the article.

"It's so well run, the place practically purrs like a pampered lap cat.

"Locally sourced seafood is the big draw."

East Anglian Daily Times: The rooms are decorated in relaxing green and blue huesThe rooms are decorated in relaxing green and blue hues (Image: Charlotte Smith-Jarvis)

The rooms are also part of the appeal for those looking to make a foodie weekend of a trip to Aldeburgh, with the reviewer commenting on the "relaxing shades of blue and green" in the bedrooms and the "sleek bathrooms."

"There is also a shared first-floor pantry stocked with nibbles and pre-mixed cocktails, a roof terrace with sweeping views out to the North Sea, and a lively bar area."

Those looking to find out more or book a table should go to the