Cosy Narrowboat Benedict, Clarence Dock Leeds
Floating somewhere in Clarence Dock in Leeds, you will find the cosiest, interesting narrowboat that you may have ever seen. In central Hunslet, this slightly eclectic boat is essentially a mobile home that floats. It has beautiful hardwood finishings, it’s own fireplace to get cosy in front of, and lake, river, and city views. And it has a socket near the bed. They really thought this through.
This stylish narrowboat in the Clarence Dock, Leeds, offers a chic pad for your next Leeds break. Stay somewhere different while you work in the city or take your loved one on a romantic – if quirky – mini break. The wood and blue styled boatel has an eclectic feel to it, with diamonds painted on the exterior reminiscent of the bright colours used on European house boats. The bathroom has a wonderful shower set up, with the dining area and cleanly kitchen leading onto one another. It’s almost like the inside of an expensive caravan, which is another little quirk. We can’t get enough.
- Where: Leeds, England
- When: September 2023.
- Hotel: Narrowboat Benedict.
- Room Type: Houseboat
- Guests: 2 Adults
- Board Type: Self Catering
2 nights £310 / 2 adults sharing =£155pp
- Dates: 10th September – 12th September 2023
- 1 bedroom sleeps two guests.
- Flat screen TV with streaming services.
- A private entrance.
- A kitchen and living space.
- A dining area.
- Linens, towels, and basics included.
- Near Penny Pocket Park, Leeds City Square, and St Agnes MUGA.
- Outdoor dining area, terrace, and furniture.
- Free WiFi
- No smoking
- Pets allowed for additional fees.
- Parking nearby
- Desk and working space.
- Check-in from 3 to 10.
- Check out from midnight to noon.
- No children.
- No parties or events.
- Minimum check-in age of 18.
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