Tel: 01758 649198
Built in Newton Abbot, Devon
Tel: 01626 833799
Whilst secluded, Mercia Marina is easily accessible being in the heart of the Midlands minutes away from the A38/A50 junction and 20 minutes from the M1 and East Midlands International Airport.
Burton-on-Trent, Derby and Nottingham are respectively just 10, 15 and 25 minutes drive away. There is a train service to Derby from nearby Willington station and local bus services run along Findern Lane outside the Marina. 6 miles drive away from Derby City Centre nestled in the village of Willington.
With the Derbyshire Dales, Peak District and The National Forest just a short drive away, Mercia Marina is an ideal holiday base for visiting these attractions.
Other Facilities A boardwalk of boutique retailers, farm shop and a two story bar and restaurant. Willow teas rooms, convenience store, on site. Children's activities on the Mug Tug boat. Day boats, trip boat circular walks, wildlife, conservation fields and dog walking fields, PAYG community car, free to use cycles all located at the marina.
Winner of a Gold David Bellamy Conservation award for 5 years running, this breathtaking waterside destination and ideally located peaceful haven in the heart of the Midlands has a trip boat, day boats, café/restaurant, bar and dining, boutique shops, treasure trail, floating shops, walks, wildlife and our beautiful luxury waterside lodges.
Secluded in beautiful Derbyshire countryside, whilst overlooking the tranquil waters of the Marina, our holiday lodges provide all you need to attain perfect relaxation.
Experience peace, quiet and tranquility while being close to all the great attractions of the Peak District and The National Forest.
Be it a family stay or your own piece of private luxury, we have something to suit everyone.
Our luxury lodges are available on 100 year licenses for holiday use or as second home. Closed season is Jan 14th to Feb 14th.
You are very welcome to contact us to request an information back via phone, email or by visiting www.merciamarina.co.uk
These details were last updated on Thursday 7th July 2016