Our room was clean if a little small, but as I didn't intend to live there it was fine. The bathroom was clean and efficiently spaced. The shower heat control was not working too well but I'm sure they fixed that now. Our window overlooked the road to the traffic island but seemed very quiet for the time of year. It is no more than ten minutes walk to the beach down a well-lit road or take a stroll through the parklands between there and the town, which we did. Very pleasant and rural. Breakfast was pleasant and unrushed, if you don't mind pictures of Elvis, The Beatles and the Rolling Stones watching you eat. We were left in no doubt as to the landlady's musical preferences... which were not all bad. (My era too) On the day we left, the Grand Cycle Tour of Great Britain was finishing a stage in Aldeburgh so we high-tailed it out of there (sorry, Elvis is rubbing off on me...) straight after breakfast and managed to miss all the Lycra Louts. The Landlady was very friendly, quick and attentive and the place reflected her care. Unfortunately (or not?) the bar was very quiet that night with only 4 or 5 locals in. Their jokes weren't bad though!