Allenby Coach Hire is an established Copthorne coach hire company.
Allenby Coach Hire is a well-established family-run mini-coach company offering coach hire in Surrey, Kent and London since 1984. We are ideally situated to provide high-quality coach hire and minibus hire for Croydon, South London, Sevenoaks and the surrounding areas, including Copthorne.
We can provide schools and group bookings. Our vehicles enable us to cater for groups or school parties where larger coaches would create an unnecessary financial burden.
This is especially beneficial for school sports teams and groups whose membership does not warrant a larger coach.
For a quick and easy quote, please complete the form on the right-hand side of the page.
We have always prided ourselves on acquiring the best vehicles available for the company fleet. When making a booking with us, you can be certain to receive a vehicle which has the following:
- Air Conditioning- Keep cool on your journey to arrive in comfort.
- Three Point Seat Belt – For your safety and security.
- Luggage Capacity – Generous luggage capacity for your belongings.
Our drivers are fully qualified and hold either D or D1 PSV driving licences. They also hold enhanced DBS clearance and are fully trained to provide excellent health and safety care and advice to you when travelling with us.
What’s more our prices are extremely competitive – you might be surprised at how little coach hire costs.
Local to Copthorne
Copthorne is a village in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England. It lies close to Gatwick Airport, 25.5 miles south of London, 21.5 miles north of Brighton, and 36 miles northeast of the county town of Chichester. Nearby towns include Crawley to the southwest and East Grinstead to the east. We’re based in Warlingham, near Copthorne, and our service covers surrounding areas including:
- Kings Hill
- Kingston upon Thames
- Royal Tunbridge Wells
We also cover the whole of South London and surrounding areas.
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