Whether you are doing business on England's south coast or are looking forward to a family holiday, a Sixt car in Bournemouth helps you make the most of this resort town and its surroundings. Bournemouth's mild climate makes it an attractive year-round destination for lazy Summer days on the beach, lively family fun or for long walks in the Dorset countryside of Thomas Hardy. Whatever your plans you will find the convenient location of our car rental in Bournemouth branch gets your visit off to a stress-free start.
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Sixt Car Rental
1112 Christchurch Road
BH7 6DT Bournemouth
|Mo. - Fr.||08:30 - 17:30|
|Sa.||08:30 - 12:00|
Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, 4x4s, Vans & Trucks
Our branch menu has all the information you need about our address, opening hours and premium fleet while the map tab on the right-hand side page shows you our exact location in the town. Please note that this branch is not open on Sundays and does not have a 24-hour return facility. We do, however, offer very competitive car hire rates. Check out our different vehicle categories to make a price comparison between vehicle types before making your reservation. Booking rental cars is quick and easy, either use our telephone hotline, online booking form or download the Sixt App. We guarantee your category of car hire in Bournemouth but are unable to reserve specific makes. Whether you need to hire a car for one hour, a weekend break or a longer holiday you will definitely receive a sunny welcome from our Bournemouth branch staff.
Our Bournemouth fleet contains cars for every party size and budget. Drive around town in compact models, luxury saloons, family-sized estates or select a more rugged and spacious 4x4 if you plan on exploring the local countryside. We also offer a useful selection of vans, ideal if you have business or exhibition materials to transport or are relocating home or office in the area. All of our car hire in Bournemouth vehicles are supplied by well-known names you can trust like BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz or Jaguar. Take some time when booking your rental vehicle to browse our attractive range of extras. These include Sat Navs for finding your way around the town and child seats designed to keep younger family members safe. Look out for our great deals on unlimited mileage packages, extra insurance and additional drivers. We are always happy to welcome younger drivers under 25.
Our car rental in Bournemouth branch is conveniently located on Christchurch Road not far from the city centre and just ten minutes walk from Pokesdown Train Station. Once you have collected your car the beautiful New Forest, the county town of Christchurch and the resort town of Poole are all within easy reach.
Bournemouth enjoys excellent road links to southern England with the M27, the A31 and the A338 roads. Like any popular resort town, Bournemouth gets very busy during the Summer school holidays. To avoid congestion and traffic jams plan your day and drive into or out of town before the roads get too busy. Once away from the town itself driving along the coastal roads of Dorset or through the New Forest is always easy and enjoyable.
There are numerous places to park in and around Bournemouth either at pay and display street meters or in designated parking areas of which there are over 40 in the town. For easy payment register for the PayByPhone service before you arrive. Take care not to leave your vehicle in a residents' only permit zone.
The town is spread out over a wide area and is quite hilly but your car hire in Bournemouth makes exploring easy. The central Square area is home to the Pier and the pretty Bournemouth Pleasure Gardens. Drive slightly inland to find the main shopping area which leads up to the Old Christchurch Road. West Cliff sits at the top of the town overlooking the bay and is home to Commercial Road with its quirky specialist shops. As you drive West out of Bournemouth you will soon find yourself in Poole, an attractive little port town with a famous pottery manufacturers, while to the East of the town is Boscombe. Here you can spend a few hours browsing in bric-a-brac and antique shops. Pop into the lavishly decorated Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum before taking to the skies in the Bournemouth Eye, a tethered balloon flight. When it's time to relax make the most of Bournemouth's seven miles of beaches with their golden sands and family-friendly fun.
Bournemouth's growth took place during the Victorian era of resort holidays when visitors took to the sea in horse-drawn bathing huts before enjoying a promenade on the pier. Bournemouth Pier was opened by the Lord Mayor of London in August 1880 and has been an important part of the town's landscape and life ever since. Breathe in the sea air while walking the length of the pier before heading into the attractions of the RockReef. This all year round activity centre has climbing walls, aerial wires, the exciting Pier Cave and the first pier to shore Zip Wire in the world, the Pier Zip Line.
The dramatic and atmospheric ruins of Corfe Castle are just a short drive away. At Corfe Castle Model Village you will find a faithful recreation of what the castle and village looked like at the height of the English Civil War in 1646.
The New Forest Visitor Centre at Lyndhurst has all the information you need to get the most out of a day in the forest. Take a leisurely drive around this stunning area or spend some hours exploring its walking trails while looking out for freely roaming New Forest ponies.
The nearby town of Christchurch has something for all the family from castles and priories to the thrills and spills of Adventure Wonderland.
Before the Victorian era Bournemouth was little more than a fishing village. Today it is an important regional centre for business while tourism makes a large contribution to its economy. A third of all businesses in the town centre are focused on leisure, ranging from hotels and restaurants to bed and breakfasts and nightclubs. The Bournemouth International Centre, next to the pier, is one of Southern England's largest event venues. It hosts everything from political conferences to live concerts.
Below are the quick answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If you cannot find an answer to your question below or require more details, please visit our car hire FAQs.
Insurance coverage for the vehicle rented includes Third Party Liability with a maximum cover of £5,000,000 for damaged vehicle and unlimited liability for personal injuries. Insurance coverage is limited to Europe only.
Loss Damage Waiver removes the driver's responsibility to a part of the vehicle in case of damage or theft. LDW is mandatory in Great Britain unless the customer is from the US or Canada and has insurance cover through their own credit card.
The Glass and Windscreen coverage waives your responsibility in the event of damages to the windscreen, side windows, rear-window or mirror glass with a deductible of GBP 0.00.
Roadside Protection is an extended breakdown protection during the rental and protects you at home against high service and repair costs for the following incidents caused by you, e.g.: key locked in vehicle, empty tank, flat battery, loss of key and a stuck vehicle.