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Trawling the internet for a last minute week on the canals, we found Countrywide Cruisers, who had availability which fitted our requirements at an all in price. We opted for 'Sir Cador'...a well appointed craft capable of sleeping 4..... potentially suitable for my husband and...More
We (2 couples) hired Sir Valadon for 1 week in June. The boat was fabulous, all mod cons, great bathrooms and kitchen. Lovely welcome from Nina and great tuition from Cliff. We soon got the hang of the boat and had a wonderful week stopping...More
Family of 5 and a dog had a fantastic break on Sir Blamor. Went from Brewood to Nantwich and back in a week, plenty for us as first timers. Countrywide cruisers were excellent from first enquiry to final check out, full of great advice and...More
We hired sir ladinas for a 4 night midweek break,the boat had everything on board that you needed even washing up liquid! Before we set off a very nice guy called Cliff went through everything thoroughly and was great at telling us lots of tips,where...More
My sister, two friends and myself paid 1,265-00 to hire Sir Galleron for a week in June. This did not turn out to be the relaxing and enjoyable holiday we had anticipated, due to an intermittent fault with the steering mechanism. We choose Countrywide Cruisers...More
We went on the Sir Melleaus for a week, 3 weeks ago and did a vv in the direction of Chester. Made it to the castle on the hill. Very nice trip. Others may like to take the ring or go left to Wales and back. We have no... More
We went on the Sir Melleaus for a week, 3 weeks ago and did a vv in the direction of Chester. Made it to the castle on the hill. Very nice trip. Others may like to take the ring or go left to Wales and back. We have no experience with other routes. Audlem is a good stop for provisions and books, pubs enough plenty on the canal. You can find all in this publication we got from Waterstones:
Title: Four Counties & the Welsh Canals No. 4 - Collins Nicholson Waterways Guides (Spiral bound)
Author: Collins Maps
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"Sir Melleaus has traditional stern, less ideal for a captain that likes a lot of company on the move. The..."