The county of Warwickshire
Warwickshire is a county in the West Midlands, Warwick is the historic county town , and the fantastic medieval castle was originally started in 1068 by William the Conqueror.
Bases in Warwickshire
Rugby Wharf is situated near the pretty Cotswold countryside. The City of Oxford is nearby and you can also cruising the Warwickshire Ring or East Midlands Ring from this base.Read more
Valley Wharf Is located on the Stratford Canal, easy walking distance from Stratford's railway station, RSC Theatre, tourist attractions, shops and restaurants. The site has secure car parking, a small shop offering canal maps, gifts and cold drinks. We are just four locks above the Bancroft Basin in the centre of Stratford and the junction with the River Avon, making it an excellent starting point for exploring Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon and the beautiful and historic Vale of Evesham, but with an excellent choice of cruising routes for those who want a canal holiday further afield.Read more
Located in the historic Coventry Canal Basin, just on the north side of the city's inner ring road with easy pedestrian access to shopping, eating and drinking, theatres, art galleries, the Transport Museum and Sir Basil Spence's remarkable Coventry Cathedral. The Coventry Canal Basin was opened to traffic in 1769 and extended in 1788 the canal warehouses, date back to 1837 and were used for loading and unloading grain, cement and other goods.Read more
Hill Farm Marina is set among rolling hills and beautiful countryside. The Stratford Canal offers stunning scenery throughout Warwickshire. There is the nearby Wooden Wawen aqueduct and locks along the canal.Read more