24 Seater Mini Coach Hire
Bristol coach hire is serving Bristol and the surrounding areas. We are the main provider of safe and cost effective minibus hire in Bristol. One of our most popular types of hires is the 24-seat minibus rental that allows you and your companions to travel in comfort and arrive at your chosen destination safely and on time.
Some of our most popular bookings include group nights out, city tours, and airport transfers to and from Bristol City Airport. If you are booking a minibus to take you to the airport or bring you home, remember to include details about the amount of luggage being carried, including any oversized items, as well as the number of people travelling on the minibus.
Bristol is one of the few cities that is also considered to be a county in its own right. It lies between the counties of Somerset and Gloucestershire, with its unique position providing it with a wealth of historic and natural sites of interest, as well as plenty of things to do to keep visitors coming back time and again. Bristol suburbs include Ashley, Bedminster, Bishopston, Clifton, Horfield, Kingsdown, Montpelier, Redland, Sea Mills, Totterdown, and Westbury on Trym. The location of the city close to the M4 and M5 motorways also make Bath, Exeter, London, and South Wales easy places to visit, so it is no surprise that Bristol is becoming an increasingly popular city to both visit and settle in.
Places of interest in Bristol include the Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain, Wills Memorial Building, Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol Docks, the Museum and Art Gallery, and, of course, Bristol Cathedral. Bristol coach hire is the perfect way to arrive at the Bristol Old Vic, the Tobacco Factory Theatres, or the Bristol Hippodrome in style, or to take a group of friends for a day out at Bristol Zoo Gardens. Minibus hire in Bristol is the best way to ensure you and your friends don’t miss out on the wonderful things that Bristol has to offer, such as the Circus City Festival that runs through October 2015, right across the city. As Christmas approaches, there are also Ice Rick in Millennium Square and the Christmas markets to enjoy.
Transport in Bristol includes rail, bus, road, and air travel. Rail travel is provided by Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station that serves as one of the major stations on routes in and out of London and the West Country. For intercity journeys, Bristol is served by both National Express and Megabus, while local buses are run primarily by First Group buses. However, with 24-seat minbus hire in Bristol, we can provide the best possible journey around the area’s many attractions, so visit us at http://www.coachhirebristol.net/ for more information today.