Le Boat offers up to 30% off Canal boating holidays in France and the Thames

Wednesday 26th April 2017

Le Boat has announced a flash sale, giving clientele huge discounts in France and The Thames. The discounts are:

• 30% off All 1-4 star boats 26th April – 30th June and 01st Oct – 31 Oct 2017
• 25% off July & August 1-4 star boats
• 20% off 5 star boats Vision/ Royal Mystique/Mystique 26th April – 31 August and 1st Oct – 31st Oct 2017

For minimum seven nights holidays in France and Thames only and must be booked by 3 May 2017.

Why not mess about at Henley upon Thames, one of the finest places to live in the English countryside. This little town on a quaint riverside bank is surrounded by lush green fields and wooded hills. The main street has many Georgian frontages and there are 300 buildings within the town designated ‘of special architectural or historical interest’ including St Mary’s Church, the Town Hall, Market Place and the 18th Century stone bridge. This picture perfect Wind in the Willows existence is also a sublime place for long lunches and quirky shopping. Yet there is more than just beauty to Henley, it’s a town filled with spectacle and fun.

For over 175 years, the town has been hosted the world’s greatest rowing regatta, the Henley Royal Regatta along with the ‘joie de vivre’ of the summer arts festival and Rewind, the ’80s music festival.

You can even follow in the footsteps of Midsomer Murders’s Inspector Barnaby. This long running TV series has used Henley as a film location on numerous occasions. There was even a Midsomer Regatta filmed during Henley Regatta one year. It’s easy to visit the locations used for filming with the help of the town’s Midsomer walking trail and if you’re lucky you’ll end up pouring a pint in The Argyll where Inspector Barnaby has a plaque at the bar.

Le boat’s Chertsey via Henley upon Thames to Benson is an itinerary that takes a minimum of seven nights and is filled with the true charm of cruising with friendly pubs and picturesque villages to explore.

Other attractions along the way include sightseeing in Windsor, Hampton Court Palace’s oldest surviving hedge maze, Kew Botanical Gardens and Thorpe Park, a giant adventure park for adrenaline junkies.

A seven night trip to Chertsey via Henley upon Thames to Benson starts at $AUD2698 including the discount of $974 on the four star Magnifique for seven nights with the discount. (This equates to just $337 per person if eight guests are travelling).

For more information visit http://www.leboat.com.au

SOURCE: Le Boat

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