MINIBUS WITH DRIVER
Here at Bradford minibus and coach Hire Services, we are committed to delivering high quality minibus and coach hire in Bradford and the surrounding areas. We are the leading vehicle hire company in the area and have been so for a number of years. Our price tariffs are significantly better than that of our competitors. Our dedicated staff have over a decade of experience and are dedicated to providing exemplary customer service.
In our fleet of hire vehicles we have minibuses that have 8, 12, 14 and 16 seater capacities. We also have larger coaches for larger groups that have 24, 29, 33, 39, 49, 53 and 72 capacities.
Vehicles are serviced on an annual basis and are professionally cleaned and valeted when they are brought back to us after a hire job. Spot checks are done on a regular basis to ensure all vehicles are up to industry standard. Customers expect our hire minibuses and coaches to be in full working order; we want to deliver on our punctuality and reliability promise every time.
Some of our larger vehicles come equipped with a hired driver, if you have requested one. Our drivers have years of experience and are used to taken parties of all sizes around the United Kingdom for chosen activities. Customers have commented on the professionalism of our drivers and how they add to the atmosphere of an occasion.
How to Book Bradford Coach Hire/Minibus Hire In Bradford
If you are looking to make a booking, then there are two ways to go about it- either give us a call or fill in our straightforward form on our website. You will need to tell us how many there is in your group, where you intend to go with your party and which minibus or coach you want for your excursion.
A price list for our vehicles is available over the telephone; however, a better and more detailed list is available on our website. It breaks down the cost and explains it more clearly.
Places to Visit in Bradford:
Take a trip down to Odsal to see the Bradford Bulls in the Rugby Championship or alternatively go and see Bradford Football Club at Valley Parade. Tickets for the Rugby and the football are reasonably priced and children and OAPS can usually get in cheaper.
Bradford is a rich, culturally diverse cities and you will see this if you walk into the city centre. Various religions live and work together side-by-side. Why not sample food from a different culture or just take a look down the high street and it may open your mind.
The Bradford Industrial Museum is located in the heart of Bradford and accurately documents the rise of the Industrial Revolution from the 18th century onwards. For those interested in the historical side of Yorkshire and how it shaped the working landscape, this is definitely worth a visit.
Events Taking Place in Bradford:
2015: Bradford City Football Club begin their League One campaign on 8th August. Ticket prices have been frozen recently, so local support should increase for the club as they bid to get into the Championship.
2016: Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights and is celebrated at the end of October/early November. Celebrations of this festival are usually city wide and encompass all people from all religious affiliations – why not get involved?
2017: Why not spend New Year in Bradford? The cultural capital of the United Kingdom is a hub of activity around this time of year. Book a table in a fancy hotel, reserve a table in a ‘different restaurant’ and let the night take its course!