Murhill is a small mooring site on the Kennet & Avon Canal situated to the south west of Bradford Upon Avon in Wiltshire.
The site is 56m long and provides space for 2 vessels moored against the off-side bank.
From the A36 Warminster Road turn onto the B3108, Lower Stoke Road, and then left onto B3108, Winsley Hill. There is a post signed 'Murhill' half way up the hill directing you the right and down a track which is a private road. The track leads onto a steep unmarked path through a small copse below Murhill House, which then leads down to the wharf area of the moorings. This access route is not suitable for vehicle access.
Murhill is in the Limpley Stoke Valley between Bath (approximately six and a half miles west of the site) and Bradford-on-Avon (approximately two and three quarter miles east). The site is between Dundas and Avoncliff, to the west of Winsley Bridge 174.
Bradford on Avon
The nearest facilities, including water point, pump-out, elsan, toilets and refuse disposal, are at Dundas (approximately two miles west of the site), or at Bradford on Avon (approximately two and a half miles east).
Due to its' remote access, car parking is not available at, or near, this site so customers must make alternative arrangements.
Due to the way these mooring lie, they are liable to silting up and so the average depth is just 0.6m. Therefore, the mooring isn't suitable for deep drafted boats.
The mooring site has no access restrictions and can be viewed at any time. Please have consideration for the local residents and do not obstruct their access to their properties in the private road.