Minibus Hire Hoddesdon

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Some occasions like weddings, family trips, school trips, airport transfers, business meetings and sporty events etc. require a comfortable and luxury means of transportation, i.e. Minibus We, Minibus Hire Hertfordshire was among the favourites of many and now waiting to serve you with our luxurious fleet of minibuses. We are VOSA registered, and all our 8 Seater minibuses to 16 Seater Minibuses, driven by professional drivers who all are CRB checked and fully licensed.

Why our Minibus Hire Hoddesdon?

Our Minibus Hire Hoddesdon service comes with wide variety of options. So, all you have to do is to choose your preferred minibus to complete your trip comfortably.

Minibus Hire Hoddesdon: About Hoddesdon

Situated in the Lea Valley, Hoddesdon is a town in the English county of Hertfordshire, specifically in the Broxbourne borough. Growing up, it served as a coaching halt on the London-Cambridge route. It’s three miles (five kilometers) west of Harlow. eleven miles (18 km) southwest of Bishop’s Stortford, five miles (8 km) north of Waltham Cross, and four miles (6 km) southeast of Hertford. During the 18th century, when it was at its busiest, the town had around 35 coaches travel through each day. The extraction of gravel from the region caused a boom in the middle of the 20th century, but by the 1970s, the supply had run out. The lakes and water features that were left behind were turned into recreational areas. Currently, Hoddesdon is primarily a commuting town for London, with a small amount of light industry. 1951 saw the town host the ninth edition of the Congrès International d’Architecture Moderne. It is twinned with Dinant, a city in Belgium.

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The name “Hoddesdon” is believed to be derived from a Saxon or Danish personal name combined with the Old English suffix “don”, meaning a down or hill. The earliest historical reference to the name is in the Domesday Book within the hundred of Hertford.

Hoddesdon was located on the main road north and north-east to Cambridge, some twenty miles (32 km) north of London. In the middle of the town, the road split, with the current High Street becoming Amwell Street and Burford Street, both of which headed north towards Ware. Travelers’ needs were met by a multitude of inns bordering the streets from an early period. In 1253, the lord of the manor, Robert Boxe, received a market charter. The Hospital of St. Laud and St. Anthony was founded in Hoddesdon’s southern region around the fourteenth century. The institution, which is remembered by the name of Spital Brook, which separates Hoddesdon from Broxbourne, survived the dissolution of the monasteries but had vanished by the middle of the 16th century.


Yes. We take a small holding deposit of 20% of your booking price to confirm your booking and against any last minute cancellations/damage/cleaning of our buses. The hirer is responsible for the condition of the bus and it is YOUR deposit that will be refunded to you at the end of the night after the driver has checked the bus and everything is ok.

Yes. You can change details on the booking up to 24 hours before your event, these changes can only happen if we are able to fit them in with the timetable on that night. There is no extra charge provided it can be done.

booking (hirer) is responsible in regards to the condition the bus is left in and whether their deposit will be refunded.

With a large fleet of minibuses and coaches it is very rare we are late to any of our bookings. However due to any circumstances uncontrollable by us such as road closures/ diversions/traffic etc… we will always keep you updated on the estimated times for your bus to arrive.

We have a large fleet of minibuses,mini-coaches,coaches and this enables us to vary our timetables vastly. So if we have multiple bookings on the same night this acts in favour for you as we can reduce prices to ensure getting that bus optimised for the evening. As there is nothing worse than a bus coming back half the journey empty!