Introduction

Frouds Bridge Marina is ideally situated on the Kennet and Avon canal. To the East of the marina the Thames and the rest of the system, to the West, the beautiful country side of West Berkshire, Wiltshire and beyond not to mention the famous Caen Hill Flight.

Overview

Frouds Bridge Marina was established in 1997 providing moorings for 100 boats. Over the years the marina popularity grew to point where a second basin was dug to provide another 60 moorings. Totalling 160 moorings using the 9000ft of wooden jetties, Frouds Bridge provides a spacious and boat focused marina.

In the heart of the Thames Valley the marina is set within calm and peaceful grounds joining the Kennet and Avon canals and rivers. The marina is bursting with wildlife including several varieties of fish, herons, cormorants, moor hens, otters, badgers, mink, water voles, birds of prey and around 10 different species of bat and we strive to balance the needs of the boats whilst promoting great habitat for flora and fauna.

Whilst we have this peaceful haven we are within throwing distance of great transport links. The A4, M4 and A34 are all within close driving range with Newbury and Reading only 10 minutes in either direction. Aldermaston train station is only 20 minutes walk along the towpath providing links to the west country and London.

Services

We have all the facilities you need for your time here at Frouds Bridge including:

- Diesel
- Pump Out/Elsan
- Showers and Toilets
- Recycling
- Free Wifi
- LPG Gas
- Coal/Logs/Firelighters
- Code gate access
- CCTV

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