One Hour Private River Cruise For Up to 12 People With Bottle of Prosecco for £89 with Oxford River Cruises (£233 Value)
- Suitable for a party, or romantic trip for two
- A novel way to discover Oxford and the Thames
- Departing from No.1 Folly Bridge Bar and Brasserie
- Drink available to buy on board
Groupon valid for up to 12 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Voucher activates 13 July 2011 at 2pm. Book online at www.oxfordrivercruises.com/groupon.php using Groupon codes. Valid Sun-Fri (July-Sept), 7 days a week (Oct-Dec) 10am-7.30pm, light permitting. Own food, drink and animals are not permitted on board. No disabled access available. Cruise will only be rescheduled in the event of extreme weather conditions.
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The calm riverbank frames the slideshow of colleges, bridges and rural gems peppered throughout Oxford to bring the abundant gems of this historic city fervently to life.
Float down stream with a one hour private river cruise, which can be used for any occasion for romantic couples, triplets, or groups of up to twelve. The cruise departs from moorings at No.1 Folly Bridge Bar and Brasserie and meanders through the sights of the Thames accompanied by the fizzing delights of prosecco. Drinks can be procured on the river ride at an extra cost.
Although reviewers seem to emphasise this as a summer activity, testimonials have been positive regardless.
What a wonderful way to spend a summer's evening… It was all very genteel and very civilised and a welcome break from the rat race. Thoroughly recommend it to anyone.
– Lisa, DailyInfo
Lovely, lovely trips aboard electric boats that are built in the style of of [sic] Edwardian boats. The drivers/hosts are knowledgeable and charming… You can hire the boats and eat supper as you float silently along the rivers of Oxford or you can go on a scheduled trip in the summer.
– notquiteox, Qype