Minibus and Coach Hire

Minibus Hire in Nottingham is a web based provider of cheap minibus in Nottingham and also coach hire. Over the years we have transported many customers to the main sites of Nottingham and the Midlands. We have been recognised for our easy online booking system and for our friendly telephone inbound & outbound team. We offer instant online discounts and daily offers through the managers discretion are also available. Nottingham comes under the NG1 post code area.

All quotes will be based on number of passengers, one way, return, number of pickups, number of venues, distance, luggage requirements, time of travel, date of travel and type of journey. We will always ask you to provide as much detail as possible and especially with relevant postcodes so that destinations can be properly located.

Nottingham is a city based in the East Midland region of England. It has a population of nearly three hundred thousand and the urban metropolitan area brings this up to six hundred and sixty eight thousand. Nottingham is one of the eight core cities of England and like many core cities grew rapidly during the Industrial Revolution. It gained city status on the eve of the twentieth century and is of course famous for the legendary Robin Hood.

There are many pleasant sites to visit in Nottingham and these include Alfred Waterhouse and Watson Fothergill Building, The Prudential Building, Albert Hall, Nottingham Castle and Saint Barnabas Cathedral. The city has two main shopping centres and these include Victoria Centre and also Westfield Broad Marsh. House of Frasier and Debenhams are the main department stores. Nottingham comes under the NG1 post code area.

Nottingham has enjoyed a chiefly good history and many of its monuments were built during the eleventh century and this includes the Nottingham Castle and also the Old Market Square. Nottingham was a major export trading city and during the Industrial Revolution it prospered in the textile industry. However much decline occurred during and after the Second World War but the city still found itself in development, especially through its transport links.

Nottingham has a comprehensive bus service which falls under Nottingham City Transport and runs over seventy buses. Trent Barton also runs many buses and has been widely acclaimed. The River is worth a mention as boats are still running through it and even though many people use them for leisure, they still provide links to other transport services.

Nottingham Railway Station provides the railway network and there are also good motorway links. East Midland Airport is closest for air travel.