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B and Bs in Sheffield

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Victoria Quays
Wharf Street

Sheffield
South Yorkshire

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All three Houseboats are moored in Sheffields stunning Victoria Quays. We have three boats with en-suite bathrooms, shower, toilets, hand basins, constant hot water and fully equipped kitchens for self catering. Lily May is 50ft long and has a fixed double bedroom and a fixed double berth - both have hatches to look out and watch the nights reflections dance on the water. Ruby is 40ft long and has a fixed double bedroom with hatches opening onto the front deck. Doors from the lounge open on to a spacious aft deck with seating for you to relax in the open air. If you are a business traveller weary of the usual four hotel walls and would like a unique and relaxing stay in a central yet peaceful location, try us. You will be welcomed aboard with all the comforts of home. Our boats are bright, modern and well designed with natural woods and colourful textiles, In winter months the warmth of a wood burning stove and radiators create a warm cosy atmosphere. Living quarters have dining area, lounge with television, video and digital radio/micro hi-fi's.

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