White Mills Marina, Earls Barton is the newest marina to open along the picturesque River Nene in Northamptonshire.
Consisting of 141 berths, White Mills is a family run non residential marina located at White Mills lock (Lock 9) on the River Nene and is perfect for boating enthusiasts who enjoy the tranquility of river cruising. Being a brand new purpose built marina, White Mills can accommodate wide beams, narrowboats and cruisers and offers all the facilities that you would expect from a bespoke marina. And of course the wonderful thing is that our pontoons have been designed to float which means no matter how much rain we have or how much the river levels rise your boat will always be safe and secure. Essential services such as water, electricity (paid for by electricity cards) and WiFi are delivered direct to your narrowboat. Totally hassle free.
Want to know more? Then please do pop in or give John, Debbie or Gary a call on either 01604 812057 or 07802 890874 and make an appointment to suit you!
LATEST NEWS - If you haven’t been to look round White Mills since it first opened in 2016 - then its time to pop in again - things have certainly changed……. We have three more Open Days this year so make a note in your diaries and make a visit.
Sunday 5th May 10 - 4
Sunday 23rd June 10 -4
Sunday 4th August 10 - 4
The boathouse is open six days a week (closed Tuesday) 10am - 4pm. More information is available by calling 07464 063761
As from 1st May, the marina office will revert to its Summer opening hours which are 8.30am - 5.30pm, (closed for lunch 1pm - 2pm) and closed all day Tuesday.
With floating pontoons, White Mills can accommodate 141 boats, whatever the weather. The fee for mooring your narrowboat, wide beam or cruiser at White Mills Marina includes annual service charge which covers maintenance, water and WiFi as well as VAT at 20%. Electricity is available direct to your boat by purchasing a prepaid electric card from the office. Read more >>
Earls Barton village
Earls Barton with its well known late Saxon tower of All Saints Church takes under 20 minutes to reach by foot. The village offers an array of facilities including a butchers, a Co-op, two pubs, Indian restaurant, takeaways, as well as David Jeyes, the award winning pharmacy and home of the fascinating little Earls Barton museum, gift shop, dolly lodge and coffee shop. Plus there's Barker Shoes with its handy factory shop. Read more >>