Narrowboat on canal at sunset

Destinations, Destinations, Destinations

So, you're thinking about booking a holiday aboard a narowboat. Apart from locks, bridges and pubs, what si there to do? We, at try to help you prepare in all sorts of ways. Here, we've attached a couple of booklets that you can browse which will show you all sorts of things to do on the canals on England and Wales..There really is no end to the fun and excitement to be had...for the young to the young at on....

When people inquire about narrowboat holiday with us, they quite
often ask me about the routes that they can take from Nantwich Canal
Centre and what there is to see and do along the way. This would be of
more concern to parents when they are thinkig about keeping their
children entertained. A happy child is one that will sleep soundly we

So....from Nantwich, there are several possibilities.

most popular choice is the route to Llangollen. This route is well
within reach on a 7 night cruise, (although in the hight of summer it
can get a little busy and congested around certain locks and the
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.) Along the way you will see some gorgeous
countryside, 2 tunnels, the wonderful and historic Pontcysyllte Aqueduct,
(where you will need a good head for heights..) and the beautiful run
in to Llangollen itself. The town boasts several famous attractions
including the Llangollen Steam Railway. The river is splendid and there are several places where you can enjoy a picnic. There is also a horsedrawn canalboat at Llangollen Wharf which is sooo relaxing.

is also a popular destination and can be reached on the short break
holidays. On the way you will pass through the Bunbury flight of locks,
(2) where friendly lockeepers will often be there to help you through
and to have a chinwag with. Chester itself is a famous city where you
can walk the walls, enjoy the shopping or stroll along the river, (if
you havent had enough of water by then.) Spend the night moored in the
city and you're ready for the return trip.

Turn onto the Middlewich arm and you're on your way to the Anderton Boat Lift.
Opened in July 1875 it raises narrowboats and barges 50 feet between
the Weaver Navigation and the Trent & Mersey Canal. Well worth a

So, check out the two links below for more information

What to do in the NorthWest

What to do in Wales

Hopefully, we've captured you imagination so why not check out dates and prices on our 'Book Now' page and book your narrowboat holiday with us. We hope you'll remember it forever.

Best wishes,

The team

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