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Lunchtime River Cruise on the River Avon from Bath including Pub Visit
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This scenic river runs through the center of Bath and offers pleasant walking trails along its banks and boat tours.
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good39%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
26 Sep 2015
“Some great stretches”
27 Oct 2014
“Pultney Bridge Boat Trip”
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Reviewed 26 September 2015

From Stratford to Eckington and further afield the Avon is picturesque and blessed with plenty of pubs cafes and opportunities for boating. Top river.

Thank Maxim123153
Reviewed 28 October 2014

I swear some of these people have either been on a totally different trip, or are just the type of people who love to moan about just about anything! These boat trips are magical! I have been several times before and have been on the...More

Thank debbie c
Reviewed 10 July 2013

After recommendations and general positive mutterings amongst friends and aquaintences, I thought it was time to check out the wild swimming spots along the river avon between Bristol and Bath. I had heard that it was jolly nice to cycle along the bristol to bath...More

9  Thank bristol02
Reviewed 20 September 2012

The Avon is best viewed from the Clifton Suspension Bridge along the Avon Gorge to the north and towards the Cumberland Basin to the south. It flows through Bristol and is largely ignored. The Floating Harbour maintains the water at a constant level and includes...More

Thank SteveBrissle
Reviewed 27 August 2012

Chances are, if you view the Avon from the viewpoint of the Clifton Suspension bridge, you will see more mud than water. It is not surprising that hundreds of years ago, when the port of Bristol was right in the city, boats were built with...More

1  Thank handel21
Reviewed 11 August 2012

We travelled through Bath en route from Bristol to Devizes on the Kennet and Avon Canal. Very picturesque.

1  Thank Vigornian
Reviewed 28 July 2012

The reason this is called the River Avon, along with others in this country of ours, is because the word Avon, in Roman times meant River! Therefore there are numerous River avons' or literally River river! Take the short harbour cruise. very informative and pleasant.

2  Thank Sturat
Reviewed 27 July 2012

Whilst at the Bristol Harbour Festival on Sunday I took a boat trip along the river with my boyfriend and parents aboard the Bristol Packet. The trip lasted about 45 minutes and went as far as the Cumberland Basin and back again. I've therefore only...More

1  Thank ReviewAngel
Reviewed 26 July 2012

By its very nature it is a muddy river but it a most scenic gorge and has some wonderful walks and views

Thank shish57
Reviewed 23 July 2012

Mention this great river and it embodies Bath and Bristol, as well as numerous pretty villages. The river has seen trade for hundreds of years and is now the venue for all kinds of water sports, as it wends its' way to Avonmouth and the...More

Thank MichaelDevon_UK
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