Oxford Minibus Hire

Oxford Minibus Hire with Driver

Welcome to Oxford Minibus hire based in the City of Oxford. Oxford minibus hire provide a bespoke airport transfer service for passengers to and from the airport. The airport is one of London’s key private gateways into the United Kingdom. We also cater for events, weekend trips, city to city transfers, business transfers to and from all locations around Oxford.

About Oxford

The city of oxford has been established as a town since the 9th Century. The city  is central to its world famous prestigious university established in the 12th century. Nicked named The city of Dreaming Spires because of its rich history and university, the city has always been home to royalty and scholars. The Oxford airport is only based 8 km north of the city center near Woodstock and Kidlington.

At Oxford Minibus Hire we have a range of vehicles to suit all types of airport transfers from the 6 seater Mpv to the very large coach size vehicles all chauffeur driven in style and comfort. Our booking agents will always check all information with incoming flights as we like to be right there when our passengers arrive. All our drivers will wait at the designated meeting area with a display of company name if requested for meet and greet.

Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure Oxford has plenty to offer. The city is a bustling cosmopolitan town with its mix of ancient and modern. Furthermore for those interested in a little bit of culture, below are a list of places or most see places we have put together when visiting Oxford.

Places to Visit in Oxford

  • Blenheim Palace – A 17th century country house located in Woodstock Oxfordshire filled with art and Capability Brown lovely gardens. The building was also used as a hospital during World War 1 to nurse wounded soldiers.
  • University of Oxford Botanic Garden – Founded in 1621 as a physic garden to grow plants for medicinal research, it is the oldest botanic garden in Great Britain.
  • Sheldonian Theatre – Designed by Christopher Wren the theatre hosts Oxford University classical concerts, lectures and ceremonies.
  • Bodleian Library – Built in 1602 this is one of the oldest libraries in Europe with over 11 million items
  • Museum of the History of Science – Visitors can view a collection of scientific instruments from Middle Ages to the 19th century.
  • Oxford Castle – Remains of the Norman castle located on the western side of central Oxford.
  • Bridge of Sighs – Famously known as Hertford Bridge is a bridge connecting two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford.
  • Bate Collection of Musical Instruments – View a collection of historic musical instruments, from the Middle Ages to the present day.

Upcoming Events in Oxford  

  • Oxford Literary Festival – Historic buildings in Oxford host around 250 events during a week of debates, talks, courses and discussions. (25th March – 2nd April)
  • Eights Week – A boat rowing race where each college compete on the stretch of the Thames from Folly Bridge to Donnington Bridge. (24th – 27th May)
  • Cowley Road Carnival – Lots of fun dancing, music, food and drinks (2nd July)
  • Cornbury Festival – Enjoy traditional country fair attractions and a mix of music and kid’s activities held at Great Tew Park. (7th – 9th July)
  • Oxford Shakespeare Festival – Held every year on the grounds of the Old Oxford Castle, visitors can attend 8 weeks of plays throughout the summer. (19th June – 12th August)
  • Oxford Foodies Festival – Great time for food lovers both amateur and professional chefs come together to share their passion. (1st – 3rd September)
  • Blenheim Horse Trials – Held at Vanbrugh Palace visitors can view fantastic displays of national and international horsemanship. (13th – 17th September)
  • Oxford Chamber Music Festival – Created by Oxford born violinist Priya Mitchell this event has become one of the city’s most exciting musical events. (27th September – 1st October)

Oxford is perfect for tourists and travelers as it has many choices of country walks, sailing and cycling. Furthermore Oxford is famous for its TV and film locations such as Harry Potter.

Book Your Journey in Confidence

Transportation is available all year round in this city by rail, air, and bus services. We operate from several locations all round Oxford and can get to London Heathrow airport and Gatwick airport within 100 minutes.

Oxford Minibus Hire transfers specialise in a wide range of vehicles for family, groups, and business travellers. We can provide 6 seater, 8 seater,12 seater, 14 seater, 16 seater, 24 seater, 32 seater and 49 seater coaches. We have built a solid reputation in the Oxford area for delivering a high quality service tailor made to meet the needs of our clients. Most of our business comes from word of mouth and repeat customers. If you have any queries or questions please do not hesitate to contact us free on 0800 774 7864 / 07939496878 or via email at sales@bookmyminibushire.co.uk we look forward to hearing from you soon.

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