Outwell Basin provides some idyllic moorings. It is here that the Wisbech Canal used to join the Well Creek. A local information point explains the canal history.
The parish church of St Clement, Outwell is worth an explore. The present building was started in the late 12th or early 13th century, and was expanded in the 14th and 15th centuries when the roof of the nave was raised and the extraordinary pairs of “demons” and apostles, with a procession of acolytes and flights of angels above, were carved and installed.
The Crown Public House and the Crown Lodge Hotel are accessible by mooring at Outwell Basin for the last opportunity to visit a watering hole before the tidal crossing at Salters Lode The hotel offers a wide range of refreshment.
Stotts Fish and Chips provide the perfect meal to take back to your boat and Eat. They even have their own mooring for you to stop and collect.