Canal Cruising 2014 continued

20 December, 2013

Some more of our routes next year.  From the end of April we stay on the Grand Union Canal and we leave  Berkhamsted where hopefully people will have had a chance to visit  and view the Castle, Totem pole and the Court House being just a sample of its heritage.

Stoke Bruerne GUCWe head up to Stoke Bruerne which is quite an energetic cruise to start with, having 26 locks in 14 miles but there is some lovely scenery and always look out for the variety of Wildlife, you will be amazed.  Once we are nearing Linslade the locks become less and we enter open countryside and lock free for quite a number of miles.  At Milton Keynes you can visit the Peace Pagoda which is something very different.Seabrook Lock

We continue to Stoke Bruerne where the museum is well worth a visit and you can also take a stroll up to the entrance of the Blisworth Tunnel, the third longest on the UK Canal network.

Our next cruise takes us back down the canal to Berkhamsted which is for 6 nights, followed by two 3 night cruises heading back up to LInslade and then Stoke Bruerne.  Any of our cruises can be joined together to enable people to have longer with us.

Don’t forget we have the cycles on board for guests who wish to view other sites along the way or when we moor up to go and explore.

Hotel Boat Kailani
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