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With Fife coach hire you can plan your a minibus or coach hire as you need it, we’re here 24/7. If you are heading with teammates to the Dalgety Bay Sports & Leisure Centre or planning a walking holiday with family, we’re the firm to get you there.
We have many drivers based in the centre of Fife; from here they can reach all parts of the area without delay. They can also take you beyond Fife to other towns or even further to Inverness airport.
If you need Fife coach hire, Scotland becomes an even more pleasant place to travel around in one of our vehicles. These come from a fleet of well maintained, stylish minibuses.
They come in a range of sizes: 8 seaters, 16 seaters and 24 seaters. When you have a big team of friends or colleagues to come with you, we can offer 33 seaters, 49 and 70 seater coach hire. These all include toilet facilities.
Making a Fife Coach Hire booking is a basic process – just get in touch and we’ll do the rest. See below. Our drivers are never late, they are highly trained, courteous and reliable. So if you have a symposium to attend or a Lynebank Hospital appointment to make, we’re the travel firm to get you to the door.
Corporate accounts are always available. If you think you will require repeat journeys in Fife, we can create an account for you that provides good value for money on multiple journeys.
Fife is a stunning region to the northeast of Scotland, much of it outlined by the striking coastline. And it is the sea that brings Fife its identity. The brightly coloured fishing villages that dot the shores of the region bring visitors from around the world.
There is much maritime heritage here and fishing still drives the local economy. Apart from tourism and the fish, there is also golf. Yes, Fife is home to the world-renowned St. Andrew’s golf course which also attracts many people to the area.
With all these visitors it is no surprise that the region has many places to stay, eat and drink, such as the Peat Inn.
If you wish to get out of Fife to visit nearby towns like Forfar or just enjoy the lovely countryside around Perth, our minibus or coach hire will whisk you there in no time.
There are some great places to visit in Fife such as the Culross Palace, Seafield Tower and Scotland Fisheries Museum. If architecture and historic royal buildings are something that you enjoy then we here at Scotland Coach Company recommend…
This 16th-century wonder was commissioned by the aggrandising King James to create a family legacy in the north of the country. One of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture, this vast palace truly takes the breath away.
Even the stern Mary Queen Of Scots had her heart melted by this place. The turrets, panelling, archway and grand ceilings are all amazing architectural feats but it is the smaller touches that immeasurably impress.
Take a close look at the detail on the painted walls, the private apartments and the beautiful Chapel Royal.
In grounds that were once known for hunting and falconry, you can now enjoy the Palace Gardens. In these grand gardens, there is even a smaller, psychic garden packed with wacky herbal remedies of the Renaissance period.
Visit Fife. You won’t regret it. To travel beyond the area and see places like Alloa, Sterling and Dunblane, our minibus and coach hire will take you there.
To book with Fife Coach Hire, please see the details below:
T: 0203 239 4622
E: [email protected]
We were very pleased with the service we received. Our home is not easy to find but the driver had left plenty of time to follow our instructions when he phoned for help. He was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely use and recommend this company again especially for groups of 6 and above.
– Miriam, from bellsouth.net
My family were going out to Christmas dinner on Christmas Day. The price was fantastic to take 10 of us out including multiple pick up and drop offs. The driver Atif was extremely pleasant, prompt and accommodating. Highly recommend and will definitely use them again. Kind Regards, Stephanie International Business Manager.
– Stephanieat, at Day Pitney LLP