Hotel Boat Cruises on the waterways of Eastern England
The waterways of Eastern England include many navigable rivers and manmade drains dug to reclaim marshes and fens. They tend to be very rural and with relatively little boating traffic.
The East Anglian Fens and the 'Middle Levels', a network of drainage ditches, link with the River Nene and the rest of the canal system, so hotelboats do venture this far. Well worth it for the interesting villages, close up view of nature, solitude and hugh skies!
Father north lie the mighty River Trent and the (possibly) Roman Fossdyke.
Charter cruises on traditional sailing barges will let you explore the 'secret villages' along the East Coast Rivers of Essex and Suffolk .
Hotelboat waterway cruises in Eastern England in 2017
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