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Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina

Lichfield Road, Bromley Hayes, Lichfield, WS13 8HT 
01543 417209

Overview

A countryside retreat in Kings Bromley 

Trees, wildlife and calm waters – that’s what you’ll find at Kings Bromley Marina. Surrounded by countryside, this quiet spot on the Trent and Mersey Canal is the perfect place to get away from it all. 

For cruising routes, Fradley Junction is only a few miles away – it’s a great base to explore the Four Counties and the Cheshire Ring. But there’s plenty to do on land, too. There’s a nice pub just a short walk from the marina, and Lichfield is a 10-minute drive away. For commuters, you’ve also got easy access to the A38, which is 10 minutes from the marina.  

The marina has 273 narrowboat berths spread over two basins, which are linked by a canal-style bridge. We think you’ll love this marina – the crew takes really good care of the grounds, so there’s loads of lovely plants that explode into colour around springtime.  

 

Moorings at Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina

At Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina you are moored in a safe and secure berth with a range of facilities and a friendly team on hand to help, whenever you need them. 

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Things to do in the local area

Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina is a really peaceful spot to moor but there’s still loads to do nearby. It’s just a half-an-hour walk (or a short drive) to Kings Bromley village, where you’ll find shops, a cashpoint and the Royal Oak pub. For more shops, you’ve also got Lichfield nearby – it’s just a 10-minute drive.  

For commuters, Kings Bromley is really well connected – the A38 is only a 10-minute drive away. From there, you’ve got easy access to Burton-on-Trent and the M6. 

Cruising from Kings Bromley

Sitting on the Trent and Mersey, Kings Bromley has 90 miles of waterways to explore. Fradley Junction is only a few miles away – it’s a great base to explore the Four Counties and the Cheshire Ring, which wind through some fantastic countryside. The canal’s got some great history behind it too – it was one of the earliest canals to be built, and it's well known for its tunnels at Harecastle, Barnton, Saltersford and Preston Brook. 

Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina photo gallery

Aerial view of Kings Bromley Marina.
Small white flowers
Kings Bromley Marina from the air.
Kings Bromley Marina.
View of the countryside featuring Kings Bromley Marina.
Five ducks resting on the jetty.
A long line of narrowboats moored up to the jetty.
A bustling marina with lots of boats.
Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina

Kings Bromley facilities

We’ve got all your practical needs covered with a full array of Aquavista brilliant basics that you’d expect from modern waterside living including: 

Safety & security 

  • A secure marina with a gated entrance, CCTV and staff who live onsite 
  • All jetties are well-lit at night 
  • A sense of privacy for customers 
  • 24-hour emergency call out  

Facilities 

  • Modern toilet and shower facilities, open 24/7 
  • Laundrette, open 24/7 
  • Customer lounge & sun terrace 
  • Ample parking  
  • Refuse and recycling facilities 
  • Small chandlery and shop 

Services 

  • Fully serviced pontoons with metered electricity and water 
  • Diesel, Calor gas, coal and logs available 
  • Pump-out and Elsan disposal 
  • Designated work bay 

Opening hours

Contact our friendly Waterside Crew:

Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.

You can call us on 01543 417209 and we will be more than happy to help you or arrange an appointment to view the marina.

During seasonal and bank holidays our typical office hours may vary, please call the waterside office before making a visit.


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To moor with us at Kings Bromley Waterside & Marina please get in touch

Call our Waterside Crew on

01543 417209 Contact us