Car hire withouthassle is our business and we offer great deals from the leading UK car
rental companies on inclusive discounted car hire at Heathrow.
The info and links below will help you get the most out your car rental
but please feel free to call us if you have questions about hiring a
Heathrow is in a world of its own with its many terminals, shops, hotels, banks and restaurants.
It’s big, busy and bewildering; see www.heathrowairport.com
for all the info you will need. It’s also the major gateway to the wide
variety of culture and scenery in Britain. Hiring a car at Heathrow is
a great way to explore the rich diversity of England, Scotland and
In Britain, there is no shortage of lovely villages,
country inns, historic houses, museums, gardens and ancient monuments.
The stately homes and castles combine the rich tapestry of history with
stunning art collections. The relatively short distances mean your car
can whisk easily you from the dramatic coasts of Cornwall to the
majesty of the Scottish Highlands via the historic towns and cities of
England – the spas of Bath; Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon; York and
its stunning Minster – and wild Wales.
Car hire offers you the freedom to explore the byways
of Britain; the gems you could so easily miss without the freedom of
hiring a car. Sample the flavours of regional food, drink and the rich
tapestry of local language and culture. Historical and literary
associations saturate Britain with plenty to suit all tastes.
Attractions in England range from Cornwall’s world
famous Eden Project to the delights of Hadrian’s Wall, built during the
Roman occupation. Explore the secret valleys of the charming Cotswolds
and range freely over the moorland of North Yorkshire. If you tire of
the countryside then the bright lights of big cities are never far away
by car with their wide range of accommodation and dining out to suit
Wales is renowned for its hospitality to visitors.
From the industrial heritage of South Wales, travelling north takes you
through the wide-open spaces of Mid Wales to the mountains and valleys
of Snowdonia. Don’t forget the beaches of West Wales and the bracing
coastal walks in the Pembrokeshire National Park.
From the Borders to the Hebridean islands, Scotland
is a treasure trove of delights. The imposing grandeur of Edinburgh
Castle, revitalised Glasgow and picturesque East Coast fishing villages
balance the West Coast sea lochs and sweeping bulk of the Highland
wilderness. Scotland’s variety always surprises visitors. Don’t forget
to take the road – high or low – to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond.
Information and advice is the job of the many tourist
information centres and they are there to help you make the most of
your trip – www.visitbritain.co.uk is an excellent starting point.
To help plan your trip by car, use the free route planner at www.theaa.com.