The city of Bath in the south-west is one of England’s premier tourist locations and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is the county town of Somerset and lies in the Avon Valley, on the southern edge of the Cotswolds and west of the Mendip Hills, both areas of outstanding natural beauty. The Enterprise branch is two miles from Bath Spa Railway Station on Lower Bristol Road and is easily accessible by taxi; the journey takes just under 10 minutes. Alternatively, there is a regular bus service that travels the route.
Car hire is a very competitive business and Enterprise work hard to offer great deals to all their customers so that they will return time and again. While Enterprise offers cheap deals, there is nothing cheap about either the service or the vehicles. Vehicles are regularly serviced and maintained in tiptop condition, and when you collect your vehicle, it will be spotlessly clean, both inside and out. It is always best to book car hire in advance to avoid disappointment and to be certain you can book the vehicle of your choice.
Customers hire vans in all sizes for all kinds of reasons, and Enterprise strives to meet their requirements. That is why they have a fleet of well-maintained vehicles from leading providers. Enterprise truly does offer vans for any purpose, ranging from small Vauxhall Astra vans that are ideal for small businesses where the need to transport goods, tools and equipment is not great, through to larger commercial vehicles, such as the Renault Master or Ford Luton vans, with tail-lifts for serious haulage jobs. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Enterprise understands the many different reasons why people come to them to hire a vehicle, which is why they maintain a large and varied fleet. You may need a small economical runabout to stand in while your own car gets repaired, or perhaps you are planning a long drive and want a roomy car with some power behind it. People carriers are great for large families or to take your hobby group out on that long-awaited theatre visit or day trip. Enterprise even offers executive vehicles for those special occasions, such as an anniversary or prom night.
Bath is close to the M4 motorway, which is 189 miles long and links London to South Wales, providing easy access to Slough, Reading, Cardiff and Swansea. Bath is also close to the A4, the London (via Heathrow) to Avonmouth Road, which used to be known as Bath Road. There are 3,500 parking spaces in the city, spread over 13 car parks. There is also on-street parking available. When driving through the city, drivers should be mindful of one-way streets and bus lanes, and like most towns and cities, traffic builds up at peak times.