Sidcup is a southeast London suburb that's just over 16 miles from the capital's centre. Its name derives from Anglo-Saxon and means 'flat-topped hill'. With a population of just over 10,000, Sidcup is a good choice for car rental if you want to be close to London as well as the South East of England. A short drive out to Bexley Heath will take you to Danson Park, a public park with extensive grounds for walking and relaxing. There's also Mr Mulligan’s Dino Golf, just a mile or so outside of Sidcup, with 36 holes of fun for all the family! The Enterprise Sidcup branch is on Cray Road in the Foots Cray district of Sidcup and not far from the A20 Sidcup bypass. Sidcup train station is just less than two miles from the Enterprise branch, so it's definitely walkable. The nearest airport to Sidcup is London City, which is only about 13 miles away – this means it's handy to fly in and collect your Enterprise vehicle from Sidcup.
The Sidcup Enterprise branch is the ideal place to book your vehicle online and get a great deal on a wide variety of cars and vans. Save money on prepaid rental from Enterprise Rent-A-Car and benefit from modern cars and vans, as well as legendary customer service. Enterprise is proud of a well-maintained fleet and a personal approach to customer care.
Rent your van from Enterprise, no matter what kind of job you need to complete, including house moves and commercial projects. Enterprise has a reliable and well-maintained fleet of vans, with small vans that are perfect for giving you more room than a car, medium and large vans for bigger projects such as moving home, and extra-large vans for commercial and business projects. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Whether you're hiring a car on your own or with friends or family, Enterprise has a comprehensive range of cars to suit every need and budget. Book a small compact car for a solo or couple's journey, or an intermediate or standard vehicle that can take either four or five people. Push the boat out with a luxury premium car, or a coupe or convertible. Book SUVs or people carriers online for the flexibility to transport larger groups.
Sidcup is easily accessible from the A2 to the north and the A20 to the south. Inside the town itself, there's a good network of minor roads, including the A211 High Street. As with any town, if you're driving at peak times, allow extra time for your journey. Sidcup has several public car parks, such as the Old Farm Avenue Car Park and the station car park.