Directions to the Dunhampstead Wharf
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Cruise to Birmingham's Gas street Basin & Brindley place with it's waterside pubs and colourful boating community Experience Britain's second city, a thriving cosmopolitan centre, with some of the finest shopping, culture and visitor attractions in Europe.
With a rich, vibrant history and a beautiful waterside setting, there is plenty for everyone to discover in Tewkesbury. Head to Tewkesbury Abbey; an imposing feature of the town’s landscape for nearly 900 years. Renowned the world over for its fine Norman tower, ornate 12th Century ceiling and stunning stained glass windows, the Abbey is one of Gloucestershire’s most popular tourist attractions
Worcester - Built on the banks of the River Severn the city is famous worldwide for its beautiful porcelain rich in heritage the Cathedral dominates the skyline. Worcester offers a unique shopping experience mixing the high street stores with an unrivalled choice of one-off independent retailers.
The Droitwich Ring is one of the shortest Rings in the Country, this circular route can be done over a weekend, and takes in the Roman spa town of Droitwich, and the cathedral city of Worcester, also cruising along the River Severn with lovely views of the Cathedral, and the newly opened Droitwich Canal. 33 locks will keep you busy so be prepared for an active weekend!
The Stourport Ring offers an interesting mix of river, countryside and cities, this route will take you through the historic city of Worcester, along the River Severn to one of the prettiest canals in England- The Staffordshire & Worcestershire . Take a Steam train ride in the Severn valley and cruise through Birmingham to the superb 26 acre outdoor Black Country Museum, the cosmopolitan Gas Street Basin with all its cafes and bars, and Cadbury World at Bournville.See our other locations
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Address : Dunhampstead Wharf, Dunhampstead, Droitwich, Worcestershire WR9 7JX
By Road : Dunhampstead Wharf in the heart of Worcestershire, only 10 minutes from J6 of the M5. At junction 6, take the A449 exit to Worcester(North)/Kidderminster At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Pershore Ln/A4538 At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Offerton Ln Turn right onto Smite Lane, Turn right onto Green Lane, Turn left onto Plough Lane, Turn right, Turn right onto Trench Lane, Turn left Destination will be on the left
By Rail : 3 miles or 7 minutes by taxi from Droitwich Spa railway station For information about train timetables and ticket costs for all mainline rail transport please go to www.thetrainline.com.
By Air : Birmingham Airport is 21 miles from the Wharf
|Route Name||Route Type||Days||Cruising Hours||Locks|
|Droitwich Ring from Dunhampstead Wharf||Ring||3.00 to 4.00||14.50||33|
|Worcester and return from Dunhampstead Wharf||City||3.00 to 4.00||10.00||26|
|Tewkesbury and return from Dunhampstead Wharf||Short Break||4.00 to 7.00||21.50||36|
|Stourport Ring from Dunhampstead Wharf||Ring||7.00 to 14.00||52.00||118|
|Cotswolds including Tewkesbury and Pershore and Evesham from Dunhampstead Wharf||Weeks Holiday||7.00 to 10.00||40.00||50|
|Stourton and return from Dunhamstead Wharf||Weeks Holiday||7.00 to 8.00||35.50||66|
|Birmingham and the wonderful Tardebigge locks from Dunhampstead Wharf||Kids||7.00 to 8.00||30.00||84|
Accommodation : Travelodge Droitwich Holiday Inn Droitwich-
Taxis : TND Private hire 01905 776500
Groceries : Aldi and Morrisons in Droitwich under 3 miles or 5 minutes by car
Bike Hire : N/a