Luxurious canal Bed & Breakfast in historic Bath
For as little as £379 for four persons and £429 for six persons on a minimum two night basis, you can sleep afloat on the Grand Cru and Premier Cru canal boats. Moored just a 15 minute walk from the City of Bath, these “widebeam” canal boats are an additional 3 feet (1 meter) wider than traditional narrow boats, and are very comfortably furnished with full central heating, a cosy wood burner stove and a real brick fireplace.
Sleeping four to six people in two double bed cabins and two single sofa beds, they’re a fantastic alternative to families and small groups visiting Historic Bath.
There is a minimum 2 night stay and the price includes all the breakfast provisions and a cruise to a village pub. A car will collect/return you from Bath railway/coach station, or parking can be provided.
An adventure afloat in the centre of Bath.
There is a minimum stay of 2 nights in 'The Fastest way to Slow Down !'
There are two self-contained double bed cabins and two single sofa beds in the living area.
2 People only £300
4 People only £379
6 People only £429
Everything is provided for you. Tea, fresh and instant coffee, milk, bacon, free range eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, bread, croissants, butter, preserves, fruit juice and a selection of cereals and finally a bottle of chilled white wine ready for your arrival.
The minimum stay is two nights. The cruise starts at 10.30am, returns at 3.00pm including an hour pub stop off. Check in times Friday, Sunday or Tuesday from 4.00pm. Check out times Sun, Tues and Thursday at 3.00 pm.
Dogs are welcome at no extra charge !
Please email an inquiry if you wish for other arrangements.
A car will collect/return you from Bath railway/coach station, or parking can be provided.
As well as the University, Theatre, Racecourse, Wonderfully reopened Roman baths and the historic terraces, there is always something going on in Bath. Try www.visitbath.co.uk for Bath tourist information. Try www.visitbath.co.uk for Bath tourist information. For eating out, pubs and shops in Bath go to www.bath360.co.uk