Car hire in Oxford

Travelling with a car of your choice with Budget cheap car rental is a great way to experience one of England’s great University towns. Booking rental cars in Oxford is an efficient, convenient and comfortable way to get around this picturesque town. You can book your car here on the website and soon you can enjoy the sights and sounds of one of England’s most visited and well-loved destinations. To pick up your car, go to in West Oxford at the head of Osney Lane off the A420 – Hollybush row. You can book your reservation by completing the registration form located in the top right corner of this page and choose the type of car you would like to drive.

Where to find us

1. Osney Lane Oxford

Osney Lane
Oxford
OX1 1TB
Tel: 01865 724884

Opening hours:
Monday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
Tuesday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
Wednesday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
Thursday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
Friday:
08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
Saturday:
08:00 - 16:00 Hrs
Sunday:
Closed

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Renting a car in Oxford

Whether your trip is for education, work or leisure, we offers small, medium and large vehicles for large families.

We have among the best-maintained cars on the road with an excellent safety record and responsive customer service.

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The University buildings are the most prominent feature of the city. The Sheldonian Theatre, Keble College, All Souls, Christ Church and the University Museum of Natural History make for at least two memorable days of journeying through the university.

A university that has produced some of the greatest minds through the centuries – rulers, philosophers, scientists, administrators, authors, poets and statesmen.

The Bodleian Library is on Broad Street and is one of the oldest libraries in Europe. If you are a bibliophile, visit Blackwell's book shop - one of the oldest and most respected book shops in England.

The Uffington White Horse is about 27 kilometres from the city centre and it is best to rent a car to get there. You can also visit Dragon Hill, another white chalk formation and Uffington Castle.

Treat yourself to an adventure outside the city, exploring The Ridgeway that has several roads that can be driven with relative ease.

You can get your car hire before you set out. The adventurous traveller may also discover one of the wonders that have baffled scientists through the years, the stone circle at Stonehenge.

Blenheim Palace is a popular historic destination and the birthplace of Winston Churchill.

Buckinghamshire was once home to Roald Dahl and the Roald Dahl Museum attracts thousands of visitors each year and is well worth a visit along with the 16th century Waddesdon Manor.

If you are looking to get away from the bustle of the city in your hire car, refresh your senses at Waterperry Gardens, a Victorian garden with some of the most exquisite flowers in the country. Indulge your taste buds at the garden tea shop before your drive back to the city.

If you prefer to stay in the city, but crave the outdoors, a quiet walk through Magdalen College gardens is just what you need. If you fancy teeing off, the Hinksey Heights Golf Club is off the A34 southern by-pass road.

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Oxford is the major city of Oxfordshire and is about 80 kilometres away from London just off the M40 motorway.

The city's rich cultural, academic history and fame as an international university town almost overshadows the city’s natural beauty.

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The city of Oxford is well connected by road and is a hub of industry, technology and commerce.

Cars are a convenient way of getting around the city and we make it possible for you to rent a car to see the city's architectural and natural attractions including museums, universities, libraries, galleries, theatres, churches and gardens.

Take in the awe-inspiring architecture of the city’s great landmarks including the Carfax Tower, the Church of St.Mary the Virgin and the legendary Sheldonian Theatre.

Travel through the portals of time, taking a journey through British and world history at two of the country's best-known museums, the Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers Museum.

Recharge your batteries with a trip to the city’s shopping district in High Street, Broad Street and the city’s twin shopping centres, Clarendon Center and Westgate Centre.

If you are hankering for an out-of-town shopping experience, a 30-minute drive brings you to Bicester Village, a shopping centre that hosts over 100 boutique and designer brands.

South Park and Headington Hill Park host fairs, circuses and variety entertainment at the weekends. If you would like to explore the city's waterways, get a car to Folly Bridge and enjoy a cruise down the River Thames. Cruises include a scrumptious lunch and an afternoon performance by a local jazz quartet.

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