Minibus hire in Atherstone

At Minibus hire in Atherstone, you can be sure that you will get a great deal on minibus and coach hire. Passengers make a booking for a wide range of different reasons and although the company’s minibuses travel far and wide, they also offer many journeys within the Coventry CV postcodes, and particularly CV9, which covers many different postal towns including Atherstone, Mancetter, Grendon and Baddesley Ensor.


The ideal place for day trips

There are so many attractions and places of interest to visit in this part of England, which means that local people and visitors alike don’t have to travel very far to enjoy a great day out. At Minibus hire in Coventry, we think that hiring a minibus is the ideal way to do this. A professional and fully licensed driver will collect your group from your home, hotel or another rendezvous point, convey you to the destination of your choice and bring you back home again when you are ready. No one in your group has to drive, and once on board, everyone can relax, catch up with family and friends, and maybe start the party early. No one has to worry about getting caught in traffic or being stranded on a railway platform.


Our fleet

During our 20 or so years in business, the company has have built a magnificent fleet of minibuses and coaches of which we are very proud. All of our vehicles are under six years old and were bought from major manufacturers such as Ford, Mercedes and Volkswagen. These are modern, air-conditioned vehicles with plenty of space and lots of light. We keep our fleet in excellent mechanical condition, and minibuses undergo a full valeted before being sent to collect passengers.

Where to go in Atherstone and further afield

Construction of Kenilworth Castle began in 1120, but it was during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, when it became the home of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, that significant additions including the Elizabethan Gardens were added. Take a trip up the tower and survey the surrounding countryside, enjoy refreshments in the Stable Tea Room or visit the Speed and Power exhibition of selected old motor vehicles and planes. If you want to get away from it all, your angling club might appreciate a spot of trout fishing at Draycote Water Country Park. This is a beautiful setting with alpacas and bird watching. If it’s Stratford-on-Avon that interests your party, then it has to be Shakespeare; his birthplace, school and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage are major attractions. Why not book to see a play at the Royal Shakespeare Company?