Looking for reliable and trustworthy minibus hire in Nottingham? You don’t need to look any further because www.coachhirenottingham.net are more than capable of helping. For smallish group sizes of between 8 and 16 people we can help with transportation to all kinds of events and different destinations.
Customer support is available round the clock to deal with all your enquiries, and to make the whole experience smooth and trouble free. Our Nottingham coach hire and minibus service is in great demand throughout the year, but to ensure your journey goes without a hitch extra personnel are employed to cover peak times. That being said we would still advise you to book well in advance to guarantee we’re available.
We are experts when it comes to minibus hire in Nottingham, and booking your transport with us means you get the cheapest prices and lowest rates possible. Make a multiple booking for larger groups of people, and you can save even more money with one of our attractive deals. We’ve been operating in the NG postcode areas and surrounding locations for a number of years now, and are proud of the reputation we currently enjoy.
We have a fleet of well-maintained vehicles including midi and full size coaches, as well as a 72 seater double decker coach. We have a range that will suit any kind of budget including basic, VIP and executive. Our luxury vehicles have leather seats and stylish interiors for the very best in comfort, and to make your journey even more relaxing all are equipped with the latest amenities. Including TV screens, DVD players, SatNav, toilets, climate control and reclining seats. There is always loads of luggage space and extra leg room, and your safety is protected with 3-point seat belts.
Our services are popular for all kinds of travelling such as school trips, airport transfers, stag and hen do’s, parties, city tours and even festival transport.
Things to Do and Places to Visit in Nottingham
Nottingham is the county town of Nottinghamshire, and stands on the northern bank of the River Trent. It has long been known as a manufacturing centre and trading hub, but recent years have seen it increase in popularity for tourists. It boasts many historical attractions, 2 large theatres, art galleries, good festivals and family events. It is also a great base from which to explore Sherwood Forest and learn more about the legendary Robin Hood. Places to visit include:
Nottingham Castle – from this historic location you can enjoy some wonderful views of the town. There are several bronze statues of Robin Hood and his merry men, and two museums with collections of medals and regimental uniforms, and beautiful Anglo-Saxon brooches from th 6th century. You can also see medieval ceramics, alabaster carvings, 17th and 18th century stoneware, and many other historic artefacts from across the globe.
Mortimers Hole – one of several caves that exist in the sandstone underneath Nottingham. There are more than 450 caves all together, and public tours are available.
Highfields Park – 121 acre park that has lots to offer all the family aside from the beauty of the great outdoors. You can enjoy boating, lawn bowls, croquet, putting and a variety of events are held at the Lakeside Arts Centre.
Green’s Mill and Science Centre – Gain an insight into the flour-making process by looking over the inner workings of the mill, that can be viewed over 4 floors. If you’ve got young children they can enjoy the interactive displays and discovery zone.