Aldeburgh has been visited by Zeppelins on at least two occasions, one during wartime:
Extract from ‘The Beginnings of Strategic Air Power: A History of the British Bomber Force‘, Neville Jones, 2012:
On the night of 9-10 August 1915, the Zeppelin L 10, commanded by Oberleutnant Wenke, was one of five German airships which set out to attack targets in England. The airship crossed the coast at Aldeburgh at about 9.40 p.m. and steered for London on a south-westerly course. After maintaining this course for some time, Wenke changed to a south-easterly course, and shortly after midnight he made his attack in poor visibility on what he thought were the London docks. He was in fact some 30 miles to the east of the capital and his bombs fell, not on London, but on the Isle of Sheppey, at the mouth of the Thames. Of the other four airships taking part in the raid, only one, the L 9 commanded by Kapitanleutnant Loewe, succeeded in reaching the area in which his target lay.
[The first air raid in Britain to cause fatalities was the Zeppelin raid on Great Yarmouth on 19 January 1915 in which two civilians were killed]
The image below is of The Graf Zeppelin over Aldeburgh in August 1931: