Gravesend Minibus Here – ABOUT US
Here at Gravesend minibus hire we have a fleet of excellent vehicles you can hire for any journey you need to make. We have Volvo’s for you, Mercedes 16 seaters and Ford Transits for those group journeys, and large Iveco Coaches if you need them. For minibus hire in Gravesend, we can meet all your travel requests, whilst providing a professional, value for money hire service. Our customers come first at Gravesend Minibus Hire: the positive customer reviews comment on the exceptional customer service we offer, and you can rest assured that our chauffeur driven vehicles will transport you safely throughout your journey.
We’re located in North West Kent and Central London is only 21 miles away. Whatever transport you require we can get you there, whether it’s for weddings and funerals or stag and hen parties, night club trips, day trips and tours, airport trips; getting there and back is no problem!
Found on the south bank of the River Thames, people have lived in the Gravesend area since the Iron Age. The Roman road between London and the Kent coast lies to the south of the town, and the settlement first gets a name check in the Domesday book. The earliest building remaining in Gravesend today is the 14th century Milton Chantry and the town is home to one of Great Britain’s oldest surviving markets. From the 14th century Gravesend played a strategically important role for South East England in terms of maritime history, suffering significant damage during the 100 Years War and later being the site of one of Henry VIII’s forts. Today the town is home to the Port of London Authority Pilot Station and also enjoys a high speed rail link.
Amenities and places of interest
Gravesend, being in the Thames Gateway makes the town attractive to commuters. It has a good selection of shops and amenities and several notable landmarks. These include Windmill Hill with its extensive views of the Thames, the clock tower, the Town Pier and the Royal Terrace Pier. Of note is the life size Pocahontas statue at St Georges parish church, a gift from the Governor of Virginia in 1958, commemorating the 400th anniversary celebration of the first colonial settlement at Jamestown the previous year, which the Queen attended.
Give us a call today, your journey is just beginning!