Woodfarm Barge Woodbridge

Woodbridge, Suffolk, England

100 year old moored barge offers a romantic or family break for 2+2 guests at Woodbridge. Bring your dog too!


Enjoy a holiday of a different kind aboard this 100-year-old Dutch Sailing Barge in Woodbridge, Suffolk. Twee Gebroeders Barge sleeps 2 (+2) guests and offers a romantic or family break which even your dogs can enjoy!

Twee Gebroeders is moored at the Tidemill in Woodbridge and sleeps up to 4 people, with a double cabin and a twin cabin. This barge perfectly suits a couple wanting a little romance, or a young family wanting something different! A comfy yet cosy open plan saloon with lounge, dining and kitchen area leads out to the cockpit where you can sit and enjoy your morning cuppa, or evening glass of wine. The shower room has plenty of hot water and beautiful handmade tiles that reflect her Dutch heritage.

Located only 90 minutes away from London, holidaying aboard the barge is like stepping back in time to a more peaceful relaxed way of life. Locally you can enjoy stopping off in the many restaurants and coffee shops, whilst meandering through the streets of the country villages. Alternatively, take to the lakes and partake in a spot of kayaking or windsurfing or enjoy a walk through the beautiful countryside. Suffolk itself has a rich history so take time to admire the stunning architecture of this medieval county.

Arrival/departure days are Mondays for minimum 4 nights, Fridays for minimum of 2 or 3 nights and Sundays for minimum 5 nights. Weekly stays from Mon / Fri / Sun.

A 5 night stay on Twee Gebroeders costs from £586. Three dogs are welcome aboard the barge at an additional cost of £15 each per stay.

Room Types


Nearest Airport/s

London / Norwich


  • Suitable for Adults only  
  • Family Friendly  
  • Award-winning  
  • Best Views  
  • By Water  
  • Dog Friendly holidays  
  • Historic  
  • Romantic breaks  
  • Stay on a Boat  

Content updated on 18th February 2021 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Carl Scott from Woodfarm Barge Woodbridge