GRA Boat House
GRA Boat House
Anchored in the beautiful Limehouse Marina, this lovely two-bedroom boat house is the perfect retreat for a family or a couple. GRA is a unique way and accommodation to visit London and all the city's attractions.
Gra is luxuriously furnished with high-end furniture and fittings. It has two cabins with king-sized beds, a fully fitted kitchen with a washing machine, dishwasher and even a wine cooler. The bathroom boasts a shower and a bath, and the living room is a haven of relaxation.
Gra has high-speed WIFI, two 40 inch televisions, one in the salon and one in the master bedroom and other entertainment facilities.
There is a large, fully enclosed outdoor seating area that is perfect for alfresco dining.
The Marina is a gated complex that requires a fob for entry. It is incredibly secure with nighttime security and, of course, CCTV.
The Boat House is just a stone's throw from Canary Wharf and the city of London. Limehouse is also famous for its historical significance, where Sherlock Holmes (AC Doyle) and Dickens frequented.
Gordan Ramsey has a restaurant just across the road from the Marina and many other restaurants nearby.
Canary Wharf is the new financial centre in the East End of London. This outstanding example of regeneration is worth visiting, which provides a first-class working, shopping and leisure environment. It showcases many modern architectural styles set in the old docklands environment. Two large upmarket shopping malls offer various goods, and numerous bars and restaurants exist. The shops and most bars and restaurants are open seven days a week until late evening. The park, retail and leisure facilities above the new Canary Wharf Crossrail Station opened in May 2015.
Yacht with 1 level
2 cabins, 1 head, 559 feet long
King and Queen
4 guests maximum
London city airport
30 minute train ride
Over Limehouse Marina and Canary Wharf
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
No smoking on board
No outdoor shoes to be worn inside the boat
Activities of Interest
- Grab a pint after a Meantime Brewery Tour. A short distance from Canary Wharf, in Greenwich, the Meantime Brewery offers tours of its factory, which has been open for more than 20 years.
- Discover the Crossrail Place Roof Garden. The Crossrail Place Roof Garden offers a range of free events, workshops and performances in its beautiful setting.
- Haggle for fish at Billingsgate Market. Although Canary Wharf is no longer an active trading port, there is still a large amount of food trading in the area.
- Southbank Centre - There’s always something to see and do at Southbank Centre, the bustling arts centre (biggest of the UK) by the river Thames.
Places of Interest
- Canary Wharf. Canary Wharf is London's central business district, just east from the centre of the capital
- Visit the Museum of London Docklands. Showcasing the rich history of Canary Wharf and other ports in the city is the Museum of London Docklands.
- Marvel at towering trees in Jubilee Park. Sitting on top of a Tube station, Jubilee Park is a leafy, open-air space designed by Jacques Wirtz.
- Tower of London. 1,000-year-old castle that protects the Crown Jewels. It was once a secure fortress, a royal palace and an infamous prison.