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Book with Minibus Hire Sunderland to arrange minibus or coach hire any day of the month to take you to the northeast.
You may be taking a scouts group to a session at Cleadon Archers or travelling with friends for a weekend on the coast near Roker Lighthouse, whatever your reason for visiting Sunderland, we’re the company to get you there.
In central Sunderland, we have a strategic base for our local drivers. They know the area like the back of their hand.
They also cover the wider region so we can collect you wherever you are in the northeast or further afield in the UK. You can also be taken outside of Sunderland to Newcastle airport. Should your trip be to or from an airport.
If you opt for minibus hire, Sunderland immediately feels more relaxing to get around with one of our drivers at the wheel. They will pick you up in a vehicle selected from a fleet of well maintained, smart minibuses.
These are available in several capacities, from 8 seats to 16 seats to 24 seats. If you have a sizeable group of friends travelling with you, we can offer 33 seaters, 49 seaters and 70 seater coach hire. This is a much better value for money than hiring more than one minibus.
Making a booking is easy-peasy with Minibus Hire Sunderland. Just phone or text us and we’ll sort your journey. You will be sent a booking confirmation to put you your mind at rest and let you know all aspects of your journey have been taken care of.
Our drivers are all well trained and professional. Helping with all aspects of your journey. They are keen to help at all times.
Client accounts are available for anyone who requires repeat journeys to Sunderland. Such accounts ensure that a company receives travel discounts on future journeys.
For much larger bookings, you can aid your cash-flow by making use of our extended payments plan. Pay for the hire in instalments with the last payment due ahead of your first day of travel.
Sunderland was built on industry and was the heart of the northeast during Industrial Revolution-driven development in the region.
Coal mining and shipbuilding have been important to the history of the area for some time. This focus is evident in the heritage experiences on offer in the area.
The Ryhopes Engine Museum built within an 1868 pumping station. This is one of the leading industrial museums in the country.
The North East Land And Air Museum are also packed with many engineering gems as we get to see some of the world’s finest aircraft up close.
The Bowes Railway was formerly a colliery railway but now takes passengers in its old rolling stock. Hylton Castle and St. Andrew’s Church pre-date industrial times but are interesting architecturally in their own way.
There are many public sculptures and street art in the city. The theatre can be enjoyed from many locations in Sunderland. Both at the Royalty Theatre and Sunderland Empire.
When done with the museum strolling and theatre visits. Why not grab a drink or a bite to eat at one of the city’s many great cafes or restaurants such as the fine dining at D’Acqua.
Sunderland is the jewel of the northeast. It is a great part of the country so if you wish. To get out of Sunderland to visit nearby places like Redcar. Whitby or Stockton-on-Tees, our minibus and coach hire team can’t wait to help get you there.
To book with Minibus Hire Sunderland, please see the details below:
T: 0203 239 4622
E: [email protected]
We were very pleased with the service we received. Our home is not easy to find but the driver had left plenty of time to follow our instructions when he phoned for help. He was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely use and recommend this company again especially for groups of 6 and above.
– Miriam, from bellsouth.net
My family were going out to Christmas dinner on Christmas Day. The price was fantastic to take 10 of us out including multiple pick up and drop offs. The driver Atif was extremely pleasant, prompt and accommodating. Highly recommend and will definitely use them again. Kind Regards, Stephanie International Business Manager.
– Stephanieat, at Day Pitney LLP