When you hire a car at Enterprise, we're committed to giving you the vehicle you need with the service you expect at great value rates. Our hire car fleet is made up of modern and well-equipped manual and automatic transmission vehicles, so you can drive away with confidence.
We're also proud to offer electric car rental, so you can do your bit for the planet without having to compromise on convenience. And, of course, our vehicles are always thoroughly cleaned, inside and out. Book with Enterprise today and enjoy excellent value on your ideal rental car.
A Wide Range of Car Rental Options
Choosing your hire car is just the beginning. Whether you've opted for a small hatchback, or a roomy 4x4 or people carrier, our extra options allow you to get just what you need. Select from our range of child and booster seats to keep the little ones safe on the journey ahead, and make sure you can find your way with one of our sat navs. You can even add an additional driver, to share the drive.
A Wide Van Hire Range
Whenever you've got something big or bulky to move, you need to hire a van. Enterprise makes it easy, with a wide range of rental vans. From Small ones for lighter loads, to XL size and Lutons for big moves, we've got a van that will help to make your life easier.
Things to do In and Around Bristol
It's impossible to visit Bristol and not go over the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge – there's even a visitor centre at one end. Its designer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, also built the SS Great Britain, which is now a very popular waterside attraction. Further out, one of the most popular trips to make in your rental car is to the stunningly beautiful Roman city of Bath.
If you feel like exposing yourself to the unique sound and art of the city, Bristol is home to plenty of Banksy’s art and you can go on a walking tour to see the murals. If you are more into audio than visual, you can experience the ‘Bristol Sound’ pioneered by the likes of Massive Attack or Portishead in many of the city’s venues.
Bristol is also a great hub for setting out on day trips around the West Country. If you drive on the A38 and head southwest, you will get to the beautiful Mendip Hills AONB. Whilst most of the routes through this area are worth experiencing, you want to get to the town of Cheddar. There you can drive through Cheddar Gorge – the biggest gorge in the United Kingdom and the home of cheddar cheese. The Gough’s cave in the gorge provides perfect conditions for maturing cheese and you can still find cheese wheels on shelves in the cave today.
Driving Information in Bristol
The scenic Portway (or A4) route following the Avon basin is a great drive, but during peak hours, it can get quite busy. The Clifton suspension bridge has a small charge payable at the gates, so make sure you have spare change or a contactless payment car.