Huddersfield is a large market town in West Yorkshire, at the foothills of the eastern Pennines. Huddersfield was a textile town and to a much lesser degree, still is today. The splendid Victorian buildings that can still be seen today are an expression of Victorian civic pride. The railway station on St George’s Square is a magnificent Grade 1 listed building that has been described as a stately home with trains. A statue of former Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who was born in the town, stands in front of the station. Huddersfield is also famous for sport, with Huddersfield Town F.C. and the local rugby super league team, Huddersfield Giants, both playing at the Galpharm Stadium, a mile outside the centre on the Leeds Road. There are excellent opportunities for shopping in the town, which is largely pedestrianized, with malls at the Pack Horse Shopping Centre, Kingsgate and Piazza. The premises of Enterprise Rent-A-Car are situated on Hoyer Industrial Park, one and a half miles from St George’s Square on Leeds Road. Leeds Road is a busy bus route, and getting to the site shouldn’t be a problem.
if you want to hire a car in Huddersfield, go to Enterprise; they have great deals to suit all pockets. From small economical hatchbacks, through medium-sized salons and MPVs to large vans, Enterprise offers them all. Check out the website of the Huddersfield branch and see what is on offer – you will be surprised at the range and quality of the Enterprise fleet. Book on line for the cheapest deals and always try and reserve your vehicle in advance to save money and avoid disappointment.
What do you do when you need to transport something that won't fit in your car? The cost of van hire from Enterprise can be less than hiring a removal company, and what is more, you remain in charge to ensure your cargo doesn't suffer any damage. A small commercial van may meet your needs, and these are available along with larger commercial vehicles. If it's a big job, then you will most likely want to take out one of Enterprise’s Luton vans, which can even be fitted with a tail-lift if required. Learn more about
Huddersfield is a great place to hire a car. Get the family in a people carrier and set off for nearby Holmfirth, home of the TV series “Last of the Summer Wine”. The town is close to the motorway network, so why not take advantage of the standard saloons Enterprise has to offer. These take motorway driving in their stride; you can soon be over the stark Yorkshire moorland, into Manchester. If you are in Huddersfield on business, you may want to impress by driving up in one of Enterprise’s luxury vehicles. Whatever you require by way of car hire, Enterprise can supply it.
The M1 runs 10 miles east of Huddersfield, and three junctions of the M62, one of the busiest and highest roads in the country, lie within two and a half miles to the north of the centre. There are also numerous A roads serving the town; the A62 to Leeds, A641 to Bradford and A629 Halifax road being among them. The town's bus station is the busiest in the county, with a daily footfall of around 35,000 people. Numerous operators run buses from the station, including First Calderdale and Huddersfield, Arriva and Yorkshire Tiger. Parking is plentiful and is a mix of privately and council operated. Almost 1,000 spaces are available at the bus station and 650 at Kingsgate Shopping Centre.