Bristol is a popular city in the southwest of England with a rich maritime history. Only an hour’s drive from Cardiff in Wales, plenty of visitors stop off in Bristol to soak up the culture in Stokes Croft, Cabot’s Circus or the Harbourside.
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
We also offer a range of optional extras when you hire a car from us. A sat nav will help you get around, and our range of child and booster seats will keep the family safe in the back. Meanwhile an additional driver can make a long journey even easier. So, whether you choose one of our economical small vehicles, or our comfortable and capable 4x4s and people carriers, make your hire car booking your own at Enterprise.
A Wide Van Hire Range
Rental vans are an often-overlooked option, but they can be so useful. If you're planning a house move, or you have some heavy lifting to do, there isn't a better option than hiring a van. At Enterprise, our vans range in size from Small to XL. We even offer Lutons, which are perfect for moving furniture.
Things to do In and Around Bristol St George
Bristol has long been popular with seafarers. Today, the harbour forms an interesting attraction, with plenty of art exhibitions and cafes to enjoy.
Visit Clifton Suspension Bridge for awesome views of Bristol or take a drive to Bristol Zoo with the family for a day out. For history and architecture lovers, Bristol Cathedral dates back to the 1100’s and is distinctive for its Gothic windows and a terrific pinnacle skyline.
Outside the city, a favourite summer trip for locals is the short drive to the seaside at Weston-super-Mare. The Grand Pier there has plenty to do, whatever the weather.
Driving Information in Bristol St George
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 card.