Welcome to Guildford Boat House
on the Beautiful River Wey
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Come and see us! Season opening hours are 9am-5pm Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm Sunday
NEW FOR 2013! DAY BOAT HIRE BY POPULAR DEMAND!
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Dates for Saturday & Sunday Cruise & Dine 2013 now announced: see dedicated page
SPECIAL OFFER FOR BOOKINGS MADE BY 7 JUNE: 20% OFF BASIC PRICE.
APPLIES TO ALL HOLIDAYS FOR REMAINDER OF 2013
SAVE UP TO £399 FOR A WEEK!
HURRY TO BENEFIT FROM THIS EXCEPTIONAL DEAL: BOOK BY 7 JUNE
NOT IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER OFFERS
Narrowboat for sale!
Changes to our fleet mean we are making one of our two-berth boats available for sale.
46ft 2-berth, recent new Isuzu engine. Lovely! Contact us for details
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Let us tell you a little bit about the River Wey, the River Thames
and how you can enjoy them from our base in Guildford.
There has been boating on the River Wey for over a century, since the Leroy brothers established punt and skiff hire at Farncombe
(near the head of the navigation) and here in Guildford, at the Old Boat House as it is now known.
In the 1960's, the business moved round the corner to accommodate passenger boats and
- when the Chase family took over in 1974 - holiday boats too.
"Surrey's best kept secret", the River Wey, was opened up to generations of holidaymakers, seduced by the tranquil pace and outstanding beauty of this, the most southerly navigation on the linked inland waterway system. The Wey flows into the River Thames only a day or so away at Weybridge, so depending on the
length of your holiday, you can enjoy the grandeur of the "Royal River" as well as the intimacy of the pretty River Wey.
Click here for a map of the River Wey, reproduced with the kind permission of the National Trust
Whether you take a rowing boat for an hour or two, enjoy an effortless River Trip with friends (and perhaps a meal on board)
or relax thoroughly for a few days or more on a holiday narrowboat, everyone can relax on the River Wey.
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