Situated near Nantwich in Cheshire, Barbridge is an important junction on the inland waterways. It is the meeting point of the main line of the Shropshire Union Canal which links Chester with Wolvehampton and the Middlewich Branch which joins the Trent & Mersey Canal.
The deep cuttings and high embankments which characterise this canal can be enjoyed for miles along with stunning sweeping views towards the Welsh Marshes.
Barbridge Moorings are approximately 225m long and provide space for up to 6 vessels spread across two distinct areas of the site.
From the A51 Chester Road at Barbridge turn right towards the village, onto Old Chester Road. Access to the moorings is via a footpath found at the end of Old Chester Road
The nearest water point, pump-out and elsan facilities are at Calveley, approx. 3 miles away.
There is no car park at this site so customers must make alternative arrangements.
Site can easily be viewed from the adjacent towpath which has unlimited public access