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Colchester coaches

Welcome to minibus hire Colchester; OMBH will carry you to your location and make your vacation more enjoyable. You can utilize the finest bus to Colchester for any occasion, whether planning a vacation with your friends and coworkers or residing in this great city and wanting to show people around.

Fantastic Things You Can Do with A Minibus

There are no restrictions on what our luxury van hire Colchester can provide. This is the ideal option for any trip. You may hire us if you wish to have a drink or two with your friends at Tilt or The Lost & Found Colchester.

Are you going out with your friends? Pop world Colchester, The Jam World, and Reflex Colchester are some of Colchester's well-known attractions. It would help if you went, but remember to reserve our cheap coach to Colchester with a driver beforehand. You won't have to worry about parking or anything else since our driver will take care of everything so you can have a fun night out.

Colchester Bus For Airport Pick and Drop

If you are traveling to or from an airport, we also provide airport services. Please book us ahead of time so that we can assure you arrive on time because we have premium Colchester coaches, whether it is from International Airports or other local airports. If you are traveling in a group, we can accommodate any quantity of bags.

Driver Hire Colchester

Our minibus services are completely equipped with everything you need, and one of the most significant benefits is that it includes a driver. You will never use our services again, and you will never travel normally after hiring us once.

Minibus Available Services

You always get Quick Quotations in the industry, whether you book us online or via our website. After ordering our services, you may contact our driver; we offer several payment alternatives. We provide a wide range of vehicles, from 8 seater minibus hire to 49 seater bus hire.

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Tourist Places

Things To DO in Colchester

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Colchester has a lot to offer, from wonderful shopping to parks.

Visit Colchester Castle and its surrounding park to let your adventurous side loose. Firstsite showcases the finest local creativity with everything from art to films and seminars. Or, at Hollytrees Museum, which has a variety of local exhibitions, you may discover everything about the town's history.

  • Where To Eat

Talbooth, Le

The "beautiful riverfront location provides for a really lovely venue" by the River Stour, in a half-timbered structure with a terrace shown in Constable paintings. "The cuisine is darn delicious as well," which makes it "perfect for a special occasion." This year marks the restaurant's 70th anniversary, and its cuisine is conventional - even "a touch staid" to certain tastes. But sometimes that's what is required: "sitting by the river on a beautiful day after lockdown eating delicious local asparagus and then lobster was just amazing!".


This ivy-clad Constable country hotel is a crowd-pleasing type of location, despite the odd caveat: dress up or down as suits, no need to book, and enjoy a "varied cuisine for any size of appetite," ranging from mezze to dry-aged steaks and "sausages (well done) a specialty."

Inn at the Sun

This historic coaching inn provides "excellent meals" in the paneled dining room or elm bar, with open fireplaces contributing to the "busy, buzzy atmosphere." When "the bar is packed with people having a fantastic time," service may be "a touch frantic," but you can escape along Constable's serene and unspoiled River Stour by borrowing a bike or a boat.

The Crown

The Crown "What a local" - this Constable Country gastro boozer-with-rooms reaches a "consistently excellent quality" with its "daily changing, handwritten menu" and "beautiful environment "... no surprise it's "always busy."

  • Where to Shop


Eastgate is Chester's main shopping street, with larger retail stores on the Rows above and smaller unique boutiques on the Rows below. Chester is well-known for its Medieval Rows, which feature galleried buildings with covered first-floor walkways.

Browns of Chester, Waltons the Jewellers, Boodle & Dunthorne, Jack Wills, USC, Next, Sole Trader, and Ecco are some stores to look out for in Eastgate.

Godstall Lane

Godstall Lane (above) is a small, narrow passage off Eastgate Row that leads north toward Chester Cathedral. Allisons of Chester and Duttons Wine Bar are two more unusual shops. The Cheshire Sandwich Company, located at 4 Godstall Lane, is highly recommended!

  • Where to Drink

Today, Chester is one of the most historic cities in the United Kingdom, with many ruins and historic buildings. Once occupied by the Romans, they intended to make Chester the capital city of the United Kingdom, but the Romans brought more than just straight roads to the northwest; they also brought wine.

And for that, I am eternally grateful! With so many different bars to choose from, it isn't easy to find the perfect drink in this city.

  • The Botanist
  • Duttons
  • Popcorn
  • The Brewery Tap
  • PicNic

  • Top Tourist Attractions

The Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo is one of the top tourist attractions in the UK, providing a fun-filled day out for all ages. Visit the award-winning gardens and observe over 500 different types of animals—a wonderful day out for the whole family.

Tours to Rome

As an organization, we present a wealth of historical information about Chester. We also hold many free events in Chester yearly to celebrate the city's Roman past. We also work with the Grosvenor Museum to conduct Roman educational tours to over 30,000 key stages 2 pupils each year. We've earned the best visitor experience three times and are the driving force behind the Roman Chester Festival. Throughout the year, we provide Roman excursions from the town hall at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m.

The Cathedral of Chester

Chester Cathedral is a Church of England cathedral erected on Anglo-Saxon foundations dating back to 907. It has been steadily enlarged and rebuilt three times since then, with the most durable design from 1250 being what we see today. It was known as Saint Werburgh's Abbey for the first 530 years because it held the relics of Saint Werburgh. It was converted into a cathedral during the Dissolution of the Monasteries, and it is only because of King Henry VIII's adoration that it has survived.

The Eastgate Clock

Today, the Eastgate Clock is a local icon that is a popular picture stop and is included on numerous tour guides. In 1899, it was built on top of the stone archway over Eastgate Street. The Eastgate Clock was constructed in 1897 to honor Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.

The stone archway under the clock was constructed in 1769 to replace an older Medieval gate, which replaced an even earlier Roman entrance!

  • Hidden Gems

Roman ruins, medieval structures, peculiar religious sites, and historic battlegrounds are among Chester's strange and scary attractions. Its iconic cobblestone streets, Tudor-style mansions, and defensive walls will transport you back in time. However, the city's lesser-known monuments and unknown legends will send shivers down your spine.

Take guided walking tours to learn about Chester's fascinating and frightening past. Alternatively, walk in the footsteps of Romans, Anglo-Saxons, and medieval troops by seeing monuments and places dating back over 1,000 years. Chester offers plenty of unusual things to see and do, from devils carved into cathedrals to nuclear war museums.

  • Minerva's Shrine
  • Chester Imp
  • Chester Ghost Tours
  • Crypt Chambers
  • Roman Tour of Chester
  • The Boathouse

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