For comprehensive details on how to get to our moorings and regarding wheelchair accessibility, please view our Access Statement.
Arriving by Car
There are a number of major roads including the M53, M56, M6 and A483 that provide excellent links to Chester from North Wales, Liverpool, Manchester and the south of England.
Our moorings are signposted from some of these roads and in the city centre. Follow the brown road signs for “River trips”.
If you are driving to our moorings, please note that our postcode has now been changed from CH1 1SD to CH1 1SZ. For all postal correspondence, please use CH1 1SZ. Royal Mail have informed us that it can take time for internet databases to update their post code data and so if you are using Google Maps or a Sat Nav to try to find us, try using CH1 1SZ first but if this doesn’t work or register, then please use CH1 1SD but note that we are on Souters Lane and not Dee Lane. These two lanes previously shared the post code CH1 1SD and there is no vehicular access between them. CH1 1SD will still register for Souters Lane until the online databases are updated with our new post code. Please note that if you are driving to our moorings, you can only park at the Groves for one hour for free. This is a free public parking area and we cannot guarantee availability of spaces. There are also disabled parking spaces with a maximum stay of two hours next to our moorings.
Use our interactive Google Map to give you directions to our Sales Office, our moorings or the two closest car parks.
The nearest car parks to our moorings are:
- NCP Pepper Street Car Park, Pepper St, Chester, CH1 1DF.
- Little Roodee Coach & Car Park. Grosvenor Rd, Chester, CH1 1SL.
You can also use the Park and Ride service. There are four Park and Ride locations around Chester:
- Boughton Heath (CH3 5QD)
- Sealand Road (CH1 4LQ)
- Upton (CH2 1EU)
- Wrexham Road (CH4 9DE)
For more information about the Park and Ride service in Chester, please click here.
Arriving by Train
Chester Railway Station is approximately a 20 minute walk away from our moorings in the Groves.
Regular train services operate between Chester and Liverpool, Manchester, North Wales, the Midlands and London, offering excellent access into our beautiful city. Arriva Trains Wales, Northern Rail, Merseyrail and Virgin Trains are among the service operators who provide rail links into and out of Chester.
Chester is a relatively small city and so it is easily navigable on foot. Please feel free to use the following map, provided by Visit Chester, to start planning your visit: