Northampton Minibus Hire: About us
If you are looking for the best quality minibus hire in Northampton, go no further than Northampton minibus hire. We come recommended by our customers for the highest quality customer service and professionalism when transporting you where you would like to go. With a top of the range executive fleet at your disposal, you can travel in spacious high quality splendour, arriving at your destination rested and relaxed. With Volvos, Mercedes 16 seaters and Ford Transits to hand we can cover all your requirements, and we also have our Iveco coaches at your disposal for larger group transfers or trips and tours, whatever your journey, we make sure you get there, every time in the safe hands of our professional chauffeurs. we have vehicles to suit every occasion.
If you want to be driven by a chauffeur on your journey, enjoying the ride and leaving the traffic and parking to someone else, call us to hear more about our excellent value for money minibus hire service.
Our extensive transport services:
Whatever the circumstance, we’ll take you where you need to go, in chauffeur driven reliable vehicles, any time day or night. Services include: Stag and Hen nights, birthday parties, funerals, baptisms, music concerts, sporting events, theatre visits, festivals, a night out clubbing with your friends, days at the races, transfers to the airport, day trips and coach tours. We’re the team to call here in Northampton for the best quality minibus hire service.
Home to almost 220,000 people in Northamptonshire in the East Midlands, the county town of Northampton is one of the largest towns in the UK and lies on the River Nene.
Whilst granted its town charter in 1189, the foundations of the modern day town can be traced from the Bronze Age through to the Anglo Saxon period.
The building of Northampton Castle in the middle ages began a period of growth, the town being used as a royal residence. The towns prosperity faltered during the English Civil war but grew rapidly during the Industrial revolution known as a centre for leather working and shoe manufacture, supported by the building of the Grand Union Canal and the railways. Economic and population growth continued, and Northampton was designated a new town in 1968. The modern town enjoys a wide range of facilities and St Giles Street was named the “Best British High Street” in 2015.