Exeter Airport handles nearly one million passengers every year, making it a significant hub in south-west England. Lying just east of Exeter at Clyst Honiton, the airport is ideally placed for a fast journey into the city on the A30. Here, take in the breathtaking Exeter Cathedral, built between 1112 and 1400, or the Guildhall, which has been home to the civic government for more than 600 years. Alternatively, head east to Birmingham and Southampton, or north-east to Bristol and Wales on the M5, which you can access by heading on the A30 towards Exeter. Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s branch is conveniently located in the Fair Oak Farm building on the airport’s site, letting you get to your car soon after arrival, giving you more time to enjoy your trip.
Get the most out of your car rental by booking in advance; not only does this give you the best rate, but also ensures that the car type of your choice will be available upon arrival. Save more money by checking out any special offers, and by choosing the most fuel-efficient cars available in the fleet at any given time. Enterprise’s staff, both onsite or via contacting customer service, will be happy to answer any questions that you may have to make your experience all the more enjoyable. Should you be travelling in a group, consider hiring a car with more seats rather than two regular cars, further reducing your travel expenses.
Enterprise’s fleet of modern and well-maintained vehicles include fuel-efficient and economical cars, ideal for couples, small families or short business trips. Alternatively, extra comfort, features and performance can be had with intermediate or executive premium cars. Larger groups can take advantage of the extra leg room and luggage capacity of people-carriers, which are particularly enjoyed by children for their wide windows and elevated seating positions. SUVs offer both ample room inside and plenty of power under the bonnet, and will take to country roads well with superior handling and four-wheel drive, giving you a bit of a driving adventure all on its own.
The A30 that runs directly past Exeter Airport is the only main road to get to and from the airport, but traffic tends to be light, even during peak hours. The closest motorway is the M5 that runs past Exeter and which connects with the M4 about 80 miles north, being the route to take to get to London. Beware for traffic situation, so calculate ample driving time if you intend to head into the city, especially during rush hour. Should you be arriving in the country from abroad, take note that cars will have the steering wheel on the right and that the UK drives on the left-hand side of the road. The Enterprise branch staff will be happy to give you any updated traffic advice when you pick up your car.
Enterprise offers car and van hire worldwide and with numerous branch locations it has never been this convenient. Whether it's for holiday, a business trip or to move goods, Enterprise can accommodate your needs. Offering short and long term hire, look no further. Receive the best customer service for a great price and book with Enterprise Rent-A-Car today.