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We have 4 classes available from Kings Orchard. The 5 berth Plover and The 4 berth Wren, both ideal for couples and small families and the 6 berth Lark and 8 berth Warbler classes, which are great for larger families and groups.
Phone: 01543 433608
Phone to book: 0330 333 0590 (Free UK calls)
Address: Kings Orchard Marina, Broad Lane, Huddlesford, Staffordshire, WS13 8SP
Berths: 2 - 8
Maps / Guides
Nicholson: N3, N4
Pearson: P1, P4, P6
Lockmaster: L10, L12
Located in Staffordshire on the Coventry Canal, Kings Orchard Marina is nestled within a beautiful rural hideaway, an ideal start location.
Kings Orchard is situated close to Lichfield deep in the Staffordshire countryside on a secluded, tree lined twenty acre site.
The A38 offers the easiest access. Leave the A38 onto the A5192, Cappers Lane turning east (away from Lichfield). Take the first left and follow country lane. Follow country lane over canal bridge and, with The Plough on your right, bear immediately left looking out for brown tourist sign directing you to marina entrance on your left.
For Sat Nav users, we advise you use the postcode for the Plough pub that is a 3 minute drive from the marina: WS13 8PY.
The closest airport to the marina is Birmingham International Airport which is a ~30 minute drive away.
From London Airports: Make your way via the London Underground, bus or taxi to London Euston train station. From there take a train to Lichfield Trent Valley which is very close to the marina.
The nearest rail station is Lichfield Trent Valley where we are just a short distance away. Lichfield Trent Valley rail station can be reached from all the major train stations.
WHAT 3 WORDS
Here are some useful resources for information regarding Kings Orchard Marina.
This cruise treads a rural route through nature reserves and pools left behind by industry. The canal winds gently through beautiful countryside, skirting the edges of nearby conurbations. You’ll hear stories of hard work and art work, mining and weaving, and a certain medieval legend.MORE INFORMATION
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A route with a mix of rural and urban, taking in parts of the Coventry Canal, Trent & Mersey Canal, Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, Birmingham Canal Navigations and Birmingham & Fazeley Canal. This Ring includes three tunnels, several aqueducts, and 79 locks - can be done in 7 nights or a more relaxing 14 nights.MORE INFORMATION
A varied route taking in the Coventry Canal, parts of the Oxford Canal, Grand Union Leicester Line, the River Soar, a short section of the River Trent and part of the Trent & Mersey Canal. This route includes five tunnels, several aqueducts, and 101 locks - can be done in 10 to 14 days depending on experienceMORE INFORMATION
A mix of two popular cruising rings taking you through rural and urban surroundings, along parts of the Coventry Canal, Trent & Mersey Canal, Middlewich Branch and Shropshire Union Canal, Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, Birmingham Canal Navigations and Birmingham & Fazeley Canal. This combination of two Rings includes five tunnels, numerous aqueducts, and 148 locks - can be done in 14 nights.MORE INFORMATION
A cruise that sneaks past the surroundings of Birmingham, the capital of the canals, with the junctions of Fazeley, Salford, Bordesley offering a glimpse of the Industrial Revolution and ‘canal mania’. This is a journey of trade, heritage and railways, with medieval tales and the resilience of nature.MORE INFORMATION
This journey is rural and even remote at times, yet trips in and out of colourful hubs that tell gripping stories of canal-life to the passing boater. There are tales of medieval times and the English language, special water which changed a town’s fortunes and a vital inland port with links to pottery, the Industrial Revolution and ‘canal mania’.MORE INFORMATION
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