We are located in the Canal Visitor Centre near Monkton Combe, just 5 miles from Bath city centre. We offer electric boat, canoe and cycle hire and we have a bike shop selling bikes, cycling accessories and a workshop providing cycle servicing and maintenance. The site also offers a cafe/restaurant and an informative display about the history of The Somerset Coal Canal.

From here you may join the Kennet and Avon by foot, bike or boat, beside the magnificent Dundas Aquaduct which carries the canal high over the River Avon. You then have the choice to travel through the quiet hamlet of Avoncliff to the lovely old wool town of Bradford on Avon; or to the Georgian City of Bath, which meets the waterway through the romantic tunnels of Sydney Gardens. Either route will take you through the beautiful Limpley Stoke valley, which offers many places of historical interest, canal side pubs and tearooms and the opportunity to spot a variety of local wildlife in its natural habitat.

For more detailed information click on www.bathcanal.com or watch this film at www.thrivedigitalvisuals.com/downloads/Dundas.mov

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Bath Narrowboats is a long established boat hire business on the Kennet and Avon Canal based in the beautiful heritage city of Bath. We specialise in memorable day trips cruising the Kennet & Avon Canal from Bath to Bradford-on-Avon...

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