Bringing you high-quality rental cars at affordable prices, book your car rental in Carlisle with Sixt to enjoy a hassle-free journey. Our branch is conveniently located at Carlisle Station, making it simple to hop off the train and collect your car when you arrive. Whether you're on a tight budget or looking to splash out for a special occasion, we are sure to have something to meet your needs. We have a large range of vehicles including family saloons and luxury executive vehicles, as well as transit vans and minibuses for larger groups. Whether you are staying for a flying visit over the weekend or staying for a longer duration, we are always on hand to help.
Click on the second tab of our branch menu to bring up a handy overview map of the Carlisle Station branch. You will also find details of our opening hours so you can plan your pick up and drop off around your schedule. Perhaps you are travelling to Carlisle for an important business meeting, in which case you may wish to opt for a classic Mercedes-Benz saloon. Families travelling on holiday can choose a practical 5-door vehicle, while minibuses are the ideal option for those travelling in larger groups. A price comparison of other car hire companies will highlight the affordability of our car hire in Carlisle, so be sure to book your vehicle at a great price by booking online or calling our helpful customer service agents at the reservation line. Please be advised that while we guarantee that you will receive a vehicle in your chosen class, we are not able to guarantee a particular model of car.
We pride ourselves on offering an extensive fleet of vehicles for your car hire in Carlisle. For those looking to hire a car on a limited budget, we have economy options and family saloon vehicles that provide practicality and excellent value for money. We have executive-style estate vehicles for important business travel, when impressing your client is a must. Perhaps you are transporting goods around the Carlisle area for work purposes, in which case one of our vans will provide ample space. Opt for one of our minibus vehicles to ensure a spacious and comfortable ride in a group and enjoy a pleasant ride. In addition to our excellent range of vehicles, we are able to provide a range of extras to add on to your car hire in Carlisle too. You can choose to add an additional driver to make light work of driving long distances, or give yourself peace of mind with a loss damage waiver.
As there are numerous attractions both in and around Carlisle that are easily accessible by road, having a rental vehicle with us gives you the flexibility to explore this historic and picturesque at your leisure rather than depending on public transport or having to keep taking taxis. Carlisle is well-connected by road, with the A689 heading past Carlisle Airport to the North East of England on the east side of the city and the A595 leading down to Workington from the western side of Carlisle. The A689 extends from the east side of Carlisle in an anti-clockwise direction around the north and west sides of the city in a ring-road shape, and connects up with the minor roads heading to the city's main attractions including Carlisle Castle. Once you have collected your vehicle from the convenient city centre location you are ready to explore the local area and take a pleasant drive to exciting attractions such as the Birdoswald Roman Fort, the longest continuous stretch of Hadrian's Wall that is visible today, which is just off the A69 Carlisle to Newcastle road.
Carlisle is England's largest city in terms of area, and the official capital of Cumbria. With an enviable position on the doorstep of the Lake District and Hadrian's wall, Carlisle is a vibrant modern city and the ideal gateway to more than 2000 years of human history. What makes Carlisle unique is its sense of heritage and tradition, which can be seen in many of its time-honoured events, such as the market proclamation which is read out in front of crowds each August.
Rickerby Park was opened in 1932 as a memorial to the fallen of the First World War from 1914-1918. This natural park follows the snaking River Eden from Eden Bridge and is scatted with mature trees, grazing sheep and cattle and pasture fields. As a path follows the twists and turns of the River Eden and crosses Memorial Bridge, you can enjoy a bracing circular walk around the river and back to the city centre.
Carlisle Castle stands tall in the city it has commanded for nine centuries and remained a functioning fortress until recent living memory. Having withstood numerous sieges, housed a valuable royal prisoner and acted as home to the King's Own Royal Border Regiment, the castle has a fascinating and turbulent heritage that is played out in live demonstrations, family-friendly interactive exhibits and interesting displays to read and take in at your own pace.
Fans of planes and aviation will be interested to learn that Carlisle is a short drive away from Solway Aviation Museum, home to a collection of aircraft and aviation artefacts and displays that chart Britain's proud place as a world-leader in aviation design and innovation at the emergence of the Jet Age. Stepping inside the museum is like taking a nostalgic trip back to Cumberland during the Second World War and imagining the lives of the brave men and women who served in the RAF.
Carlisle hosts numerous conferences, seminars and other business events around the year at venues across the city. As business visitors can fly into Carlisle Airport to avoid long road journeys, the city is a popular choice of location for business visitors looking for a central meeting point in the north of England. Popular business venues include the Carlisle Business Interaction Centre, the Green Hill Hotel and Carlisle Racecourse.
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.