Minibus and Coach Hire

Hull Minibus and Coach Hire is a renowned cheap coach hire and cheap minibus hire provider in Hull. Simply enter your details on the online booking form and we will get back to you with a confirmation. If you prefer speaking to someone, you can ring us direct on the telephone number above. Hull comes under the HU1 post code area.

HU1 Minibus will offer many sizes ranging from a standard taxi up to a much larger double decker coach. Many of our sizes include a mini coach, midi coach and an executive tour bus. We have taken out many contracts with local firms and schools and in the process provided regular private hire transport with driver at set times. If you are arranging an event or otherwise and need a minibus to suit your needs – then please checkout our website for great deals.

Hull is a city based in the eastern part of England in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The City is known as Hull for short but the real name is Kingston upon Hull. It is on the river Hull and is considered some what unique for its municipally owned telephone system. It is part of the region of Yorkshire and Humber but falls under the ceremonial county of East Yorkshire.

The population of Hull is two hundred and sixty thousand and the larger metropolitan area stands at well over five hundred and eighty thousand people. South Asians make up for about two percent of the population and Black people make up for only one percent. It is well known for its accent as it is considered different to many other accents including those of Yorkshire itself and has many strong mutations.

Historically Hull goes back as far as the year 1300. It was a market town and hence known mainly for trading, shipping, fishing and other industries. Settlement in Hull is not a good subject to tackle as it isn’t an area which inspires much confidence when it comes to this. It has been overshadowed by various other hamlets and districts in the past. Unfortunately the area suffered a great deal during World War I and also World War II. This is a shame, especially as it prospered a great deal in the period before the war and also gained its city status during this time.

Some of the main attractions of Hull include the Museums of Wilberforce House, Street-life Museum of Transport, Arctic Corsair, Ferens Art Gallery and the Spurn Lightship. Others include the Yorkshire Water Museum and the Deep. Hull comes under the HU1 post code area.