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Bristol Minibus Hire

Welcome to OMBH, your reliable partner for minibus hire in Bristol. Our fleet services are available instantly, with minibus and coach options provided by experienced drivers throughout England.

Benefits of Hiring Our Minibus in Bristol

Our GPS tracker-enabled fleet is a unique feature that sets us apart from the competition. Our experienced drivers have knowledge of the most efficient routes for your journey, ensuring timely drop-off.

Booking with us is effortless, and you can even reserve our fleet in advance for events like weddings, funerals, and birthday parties.

Types of Coaches and Mini Buses Available for Hire in Bristol

Our fleets are perfect for group trips, with options ranging from 8 seater minibus to 33 seater coach. Our chauffeured coach service is in high demand due to its premium service.

We understand the discomfort that passengers may experience during their journey, which is why we have developed our minibus and coach to cater to their needs.

Our Simple Booking Process

We pride ourselves on our streamlined booking procedure, which is available on our website. You can receive an instant quote and complete your booking in minutes.

If you have any questions or concerns, our helpful staff is available 24/7 to assist you.

Why Choose OMBH for Minibus Hire in Bristol?

We are a reliable and experienced provider of minibus hire in Bristol and throughout England, with a fleet of vehicles available at short notice. Our chauffeured minibus and coach service sets us apart from others in the industry.

Our simple booking process and round-the-clock support make your journey effortless and enjoyable. Contact us today to schedule your trip with us.


What types of vehicles are available for hire in Bristol with OMBH?

OMBH offers a variety of vehicles for hire in Bristol, including 8 seater minibus, 16 seater minibus, and 33 seater coaches, all with a driver.

What benefits can I expect when I hire a minibus in Bristol with OMBH?

When you hire a minibus in Bristol with OMBH, you can expect a cost-effective service with experienced drivers who know the best routes to take. Our fleets are equipped with GPS trackers to ensure you arrive at your destination on time.

How do I book a minibus with OMBH?

Booking a minibus with OMBH is easy. Simply visit our website and request an instant quote. Our booking process is straightforward, and our support team is available 24/7 to assist you with any queries.

Can I book a minibus or coach in advance for special occasions or events in Bristol?

Yes, you can book a minibus or coach in advance with OMBH for a range of special occasions or events in Bristol, such as weddings, funerals, or birthday parties.

Why should I choose OMBH for my minibus hire needs in Bristol?

OMBH stands out from the competition with our cost-effective fares, experienced drivers, and a wide range of vehicles to choose from. Our booking process is straightforward, and our support team is available 24/7 to assist you.

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Things To DO in Bristol

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The city of Bristol set inland on the Avon River and with access to the Bristol Channel has an illustrious history as one of England’s oldest ports. It was a favorite port of departure for the new world following John Cabot’s voyage to North America in 1947. To help you navigate this brilliant city there are some things you can do in Bristol.

  • Where to eat

San Carlo

San Carlo is a great Italian restaurant that has fine dining and great service. This restaurant has maintained high standards as its sister restaurant which makes it a classic branch.

The menu includes many dishes that are from Italy which makes San Carlo a much-loved restaurant for lunch in the city. It is just 5 minutes walking distance from Hippodrome, an ideal spot for dining.


Pieminister has been an award-winning pie maker since 2003. It is located in the heart of the city you can choose to sit or outside in the building. There are many pie choices to offer to vegetarians and vegans.

There is also a gluten-free menu if you are on a diet. Take the whole family to this place because they have a special dedicated menu for kids as well.

Browns Bristol

It was part of the outstanding Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and it was restored to its glory in 1992. It is a city of bridges, boats, and churches. With a backdrop of arched windows and stone pillars, it offers relaxed dining.

This place has classic British comfort and fresh seasonal dishes. They also offer a different range of drinks, premium and artisan spirits.

  • Where to drink

Small Bar

This bar focuses on serving the best breweries from the South West first and they have a total of 31 taps that pour the world’s finest beer. 

This is a great place if you want to catch up with your friends and it has two floors. This spot also has a small menu that keeps changing regularly.

The Beer Emporium

If you want to drink authentic craft beer in Bristol you should look no further because The Beer Emporium is the place for you. It is devoted to the finest of craft brews.

This basement bar is located in the heart of Bristol Old Town and it was also awarded best South Retailer 2014 during the ‘Celebrate British Beer Awards’.

The Apple

This unique place has the most iconic venue; it is moored in the city center and serves a huge range of cider. They have a boat and terrace for seating outside.

It was named cider pub of the year in 2014 and most of its drinks came from the West Country. And when it comes to food this place keeps it simple with a huge range of cheesy chips topped with garlic mayo.

  • Where to shop

Bristol Shopping Quarter

This huge shopping complex is divided into 4 areas: Broadmead, The Galleries, Cabot Circus, and Quakers Friars. It is located in the heart of the city center in Bristol with shops from high street favorites to independent boutiques.

There are over 25 restaurants and cafes that offer plenty of options to eat and drink if you are tired after shopping all day.

The Arcade Broadmead

The Arcade Bristol has been serving shoppers in Bristol since 1825 and it has 20 independent shops. It is located between Broadmead and Horsefair this grade II building has undergone some serious refurbishment recently to maintain its glory.

Their wide range of shops and services satisfy the shopping needs of everyone who comes there.

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

This mall is located in the North Fringe of Bristol and it has over 130 top name stores. Famous cafes and restaurants are also located in this mall. Bristol shopping week was held twice in this mall once in March and then in September.

With a large parking spot that can fit 7000 cars, you can stay in the mall for as long as you want. There is a baby changing and feeding area and a kids’ play area in the mall. It has everything from home goods to computing and electrical goods.

  • Top tourist attractions

Bristol Floating Harbor

The old port of Bristol on the Avon river has been given a new and imaginative lease of life with many of its old dwarse and warehouses restored or converted for contemporary uses traditionally known as the Floating Harbour.

Bristol Cathedral

Built originally as the church of Saint Augustine's Abbey, Bristol Cathedral took almost 600 years to achieve its present form.

The east end superbly rebuilt in the decorated style by Abbott Knoll dates from between 1298 and 1330. The central tower and transepts were completed in the 16th century and the nave and tower or facade are from the 19th century. The Church was elevated to Cathedral status in 1542.

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Part of Bristol museums, an association of six fine museums in the city. Bristol museum and art gallery have three floors filled with Egyptian mummies, wildlife, dinosaurs, and gemstones.

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Bristol’s Suspension Bridge is one of the most recognizable structures. It is designed by the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

The spectacular setting on the cliff of the Avon Gorge has made it the symbol of Bristol.

  • Things to do for kids

Bristol Zoo Gardens

It is the perfect fresh-air destination set within 12 acres of award-winning gardens. It has over 300 from all over the world, many of which are endangered.

Bristol Aquarium

Right in the heart of Bristol is the Bristol Aquarium. You can spot more than 40 natural themed displays and spot thousands of aquatic creatures.

There are many native as well as tropical fishes in this aquarium. It is the only aquarium that has a giant botanical house teaming with hundreds of exotic plants and trees.

Aerospace Bristol

This place tells the stories of Bristol’s amazing aviation. You can discover a lot at this place from the earliest days of powered flights to the latest cutting-edge technology.

The main highlight of this place is going to be the iconic Concorde. There is a cafè where you can relax while the kids run around the airplane climbing frame. This place is near Cribbs Causeway and has free parking spaces for visitors.

  • Bristol in one day

Start the day by visiting the SS Great Britain which has been restored to its former glory from both inside and outside. On weekends a steam train runs from the front of S Great Britain to your next destination. But even if it is not running it can only take 10 minutes to walk to your next destination.

Stop for a cuppa or some chips in the Brunel Buttery, a Cafè famous to locals before going to see the Bristol Museum and M Shed. You can even get into a vintage double-decker bus which is great.

For lunch, you can go and eat in the Cargo Areas which have recently been regenerated and host the city’s top eateries.

After lunch, you may want to go to Arnolfini, an art Center with lovely cafes on the dockside. Then go to Queens Square where homes of former merchants are set around grassed areas. You may also want to check out King Street which is the oldest pub in the town.

Take a stroll in the historic St Nicholas Market founded in 1743. It has a lot of independent stalls which go along the old Exchange Building.

Before going up to the hill you will pass a Banksy on your right moving up Park Street. At the top, you can find another Bristol Landmark, the Wills Memorial. Next door is the Natural History Museum with big collections of gemstones, Egyptian mummies, and gypsy caravans.

From the Museum go and visit Clifton Village the prettiest area of Bristol. On the far side of the village is the Suspension Bridge which has incredible views.

After visiting all these places rest on the terrace of the While Lion Pub which has views over the Gorge and bridge. Then for dinner go to Lido where you can dine in an open-air pool.

  • Hidden gems

Loco Klub

This venue hosts a wide range of events; it is a creative collection between The Invisible Circus and Artspace Lifespace. With one program that has everything from circus performances to opera and techno and drum and bass nights.

20th Century Flicks

20th Century Flicks has its private cinema and it is perhaps the only video shop in the country. The staff has so much knowledge to always suggest a movie you will love.

Chance & Counters

It is the only board game cafè in Bristol whether you are seeking shelter from the rainy afternoon or spending your evening playing monopoly, this hangout place is a great place to challenge your friends. With over 600 games to choose from ranging from old school classics to modern designs, there is always something for everyone.

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