Coach Hire Westerham
Westerham is serviced by the A25 and lies very close to the M25, making it a very convenient location for all the surrounding areas. Coach hire allows you to make the most of the time you have rather than waiting around for public transport.
Our network of trusted coach operators offer transport which is modern, clean and reliable. With features that include WiFi, air conditioning and reclining seats, we have both small minibuses and large coaches available.
Westerham Minibus Hire
Our aim is to connect you with reliable coach and minibus operators that provide quality transport at an affordable price.
To find out more, we just need a few details from you including any special requests you may have. We’ll provide up to four personalised quotes which will be with you in a matter of minutes. It’s then up to you to contact the operator directly if you want to go ahead.
We take the fuss out of looking around for reliable coach hire firms; we do the hard work so you don’t have to.
Westerham is a tiny area in Kent with a population of approximately 5000, giving it a real village atmosphere. Located 25 miles south of Central London, it enjoys more of a rural setting with the River Darent which runs through the centre and its position on the North Downs.
Despite its diminutive size, Westerham is full of history and fascinating sights.
Church of St Mary the Virgin was first built in the 13th century with an 18th century front elevation. With a range of memorial tables and brasses from over the centuries and a 14th century spiral staircase, this is a real delight for any history buffs.
While you’re walking around Westerham keep your eyes open for the statues which can be found. Sir Winston Churchill is cast in bronze and sits atop a large stone plinth which was generously donated. Churchill’s former home in Westerham, Chartwell, is a National Trust property and has been preserved exactly as it was when the Churchill family lived there.
General Wolfe is another local hero having been born in Westerham in 1727. After his death in the Battle of Quebec where he led the British Army to victory, a stone statue was erected in 1911. The renamed Quebec House is the childhood home of General Wolfe and is also a National Trust attraction. Recreated to tell the tale of the Battle of Quebec, it’s a wonderful glimpse into the past.
There are some beautiful outdoor spaces in and around Westerham, such as Tower Wood on Hosey Hill. As well as offering a magnificent wooded space, Hosey Hill is also home to Folly Tower dating back to the 18th century. Originally built to try and catch a glimpse of St Paul’s Cathedral, 21 miles away, the derelict ruins still stand.
As a highly desirable commuter area, Westerham has some good shopping. Independent boutiques line the centre of the town, and there’s a great selection of pubs, restaurants and bars too.
Coach Pickup Locations in Westerham
Our coach and minibus operators know Westerham well. Here are some popular coach pick up locations to inspire your trip:
St John the Baptist Catholic Church
Charts Edge Gardens