Claverton is a small, picturesque village about four miles east of Bath at the southern end of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in Somerset.
This towpath mooring site on the Kennet & Avon Canal is approximately 420m long and it currently provides space for up to 16 vessels.
The site is close to the village of Claverton (approximately 0.2 miles away). Access is from the A36, along Ferry Lane to Claverton Road Bridge.
The nearest refuse disposal, water point and pump-out are to the east at Dundas (approximately one mile) and Bradford upon Avon (approx 5.5 miles). Refuse disposal and a water point can also be found at Bathampton, approximately three miles to the west.
There is no dedicated car park, but there is a small roadside lay-by just over Claverton Road Bridge, along Ferry Lane. There is a payphone on the A36, on the corner of the road leading down to the site.
The mooring rings are spaced at 5 metre intervals along this site.
The nearest local shops and services are at Bathampton or Limpley Stoke, both within a two mile radius of the mooring site. Nearby Bath offers a wide range of amenities including shops, banks, post office, theatres and restaurants.
The mooring site has no access restrictions and can be viewed at any time.