Minibus trips round and about BA2
Bath is a beautiful city and there are lots of things to see and do, such as the famous Roman baths and the Royal Crescent. However, there are some great opportunities for day trips out locally within a 35-mile radius. We can take you out into the Somerset countryside where you will find interesting chocolate box villages with Inns serving hearty pub lunches and cafes offering afternoon teas. Glastonbury Tor is a short drive away. It is known as one of the most spiritual places in the country, take a walk to clear away the cobwebs and enjoy the stunning vistas of the Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire landscape. Call in at Glastonbury Abbey where the legendary King Arthur is reputed to be buried.
Somerset Rural Museum is a living attraction that shows visitors what life was like in the area during the 19th Century and since. Wells Cathedral is only 18 miles from Bath, with its imposing west front. Work started here in 1175 and it is the first Gothic Cathedral built in England. Cheddar village is the stopping point for the famous Cheddar Gorge. The village is quaint and, as one might expect, has a cheese shop. Visit the Gorge, climb the steps up to the top of the cliffs, visit the caves; who knows you might even see a mountain goat or two.
Minibus hire in Bath has helped residents and visitors from all over the world experience all the fine things Somerset offers. Over the years we have been in business, we have built a fantastic fleet of modern air-conditioned minibuses and can accommodate groups numbering 8-18 people. If your group is larger, we can do you a great deal on a luxury coach. Our coaches start at 21 seats and go to 72. All of our minibuses are under 6 years old, and come from manufacturers such as, Volkswagen, Mercedes and Ford. We subject our vehicles to a high level of maintenance and service them regularly.