Cruising from season to season, the mps Lady Anne is the grand old dame of traditional European river cruising.
From the spotless brass furnishings and smart uniform, to the well presented meals and sparkling glassware – Captain Wido runs a tight ship aboard the mps Lady Anne and the crew’s attention to detail is second to none. Yet the atmosphere is one of relaxation and informality, with smiling faces wherever you look, and that’s what a cruise aboard our flagship is all about.
This is the heart of the ship, a wonderful space with panoramic windows and plenty of seats for everyone. Sit back on the sofas and admire the scenery as the waiting staff bring your drinks to you, mingle with friends around the tables to talk about the day’s events, take to the dance floor after dinner with music that’ll get everyone’s foot tapping, and enjoy a nightcap at the bar before retiring to your cabin.
If there’s one thing we hear about time and again – it’s the exceptional meals served in the restaurant. This well presented room was refurbished in January 2013 and seats everyone for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Start your day with a fantastic buffet, whether it’s cereal, fruit, yoghurt, cold meats, cheeses, or a traditional cooked breakfast. Lunch is also a wonderful variety of hot and cold dishes and for the evening you can enjoy a four course meal with the waiting staff tending to your every need.
All cabins have outside views, climate control and en-suite shower facilities. Towels and soap are provided. All cabins also have safes. Hairdryers are available at reception but it is advised you bring your own. Kettles and travel irons cannot be used in the cabins and smoking is not permitted.
Passenger Deck Two Berth Cabin
Passenger deck two berth cabin have 2 single beds. The windows are on the waterline and so cannot be opened. Please note: There is no lift serving these cabins. These are accessed by a very steep spiral stairway and are therefore unsuitable for anyone with mobility difficulties.
Passenger Deck Single Cabins
Passenger deck single berth cabin have 1 single bed and a porthole which is on the waterline so cannot be opened – there are steps provided for getting on/off the bed. Please note: There is no lift serving these cabins. These are accessed by a very steep spiral stairway and are therefore unsuitable for anyone with mobility difficulties.
Main Deck Standard Two Berth Cabins
Main deck standard cabins vary in size and have 2 single beds and a window which opens. 50-54 and 63-69 are smaller with 1 static berth and a fold down bed, some at right angles, with a washbasin in the cabin area and air conditioning. 55-62 have air conditioning.
Main Deck Superior Cabins
Main deck superior cabins have 2 single beds, a large picture window which opens and air conditioning.
Promenade Deck Standard Two Berth Cabins
Promenade deck cabins have 2 single beds, a large openable picture window which opens and air conditioning. Cabins 87 and 88 at the stern have 2 windows each – 1 to the side and 1 to the rear. They are approximately 3 metres square.
Promenade Deck Superior Cabins
Promenade deck superior cabins have 2 single beds and the en suite also has a full size bath with a shower attachment. These cabins have a large openable picture window that opens and air conditioning. They are approximately 3 metres square.
Main Deck Standard Three Berth Cabins
The main deck three berth cabin has 2 lower berths and 1 upper bunk with opening window. This cabin has full en-suite facilities with shower and has air conditioning. It is approximately 2×3 metres in size.