Peak District car hire

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9 Dec — 16 Dec
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Cheap car hire in Peak District

Economy£26/day
Compact£25/day
Intermediate£28/day
Standard£32/day
Full-size£72/day
SUV£76/day
People carrier£64/day
Full-size SUV£71/day
Mini£24/day
Premium£64/day
Passenger van£62/day
Luxury£60/day
Convertible£145/day
Premium SUV£87/day
Intermediate SUV£31/day
Supplier choice£33/day
Compact SUV£35/day
Compact estate car£43/day
Commercial£51/day
Intermediate estate car£53/day
Standard estate car£57/day
Standard SUV£68/day
Premium estate car£77/day
Full-size estate car£81/day
Luxury estate car£115/day
Supplier choice saloon£116/day
Supplier choice SUV£116/day
Luxury SUV£146/day
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    Enterprise car hire locations in Peak District

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    Europcar car hire locations in Peak District

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  • keddy

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  • budget

    Budget car hire locations in Peak District

    3 Locations

  • firefly

    Firefly car hire locations in Peak District

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  • hertz

    Hertz car hire locations in Peak District

    3 Locations

  • arnoldclark

    Arnold Clark car hire locations in Peak District

    2 Locations

  • dollar

    Dollar car hire locations in Peak District

    2 Locations

  • free2move

    Free2Move car hire locations in Peak District

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  • thrifty

    Thrifty car hire locations in Peak District

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  • ace

    Ace car hire locations in Peak District

    1 Location

Top tips for hiring a car in Peak District

  • The Peak District is an incredibly beautiful place, easily one of the most attractive in the UK. It’s been a national park since the 1950s, and whether you are driving, hiking or cycling, there is no end of opportunity there. With rolling hills, deep valleys, rivers, caves and gorges, you will be spoiled for choice. Nestled among all of this are the wonderful towns and villages of the region, each with their own personality. The entire park covers 555 square miles (1,440 square km) and is connected by a series of major A-roads and minor rural roads. It contains pubs and castles, stately homes and farm stays. There’s local transport available, but the more comfortable and efficient way to see the entire park is by car. It would be worth considering an upgrade to an SUV or family-sized car to maximise the enjoyment of this trip.
  • As with the rest of the UK, drivers in the Peak District drive on the left and overtake on the right. All passengers must wear a seatbelt and young children need to be in a car seat. Your car hire company can supply this as an added extra, but do make sure to confirm this with them before settling on your preferred provider. Otherwise, you may have to bring your own.
  • The Peak District is, naturally, a place to get outdoors and explore the wild. Your hire car can bring you to hiking routes or mountain biking locations that are harder to reach on foot or by public transit, so make use of it. Park in the many car parks and get out and walk to really appreciate the location. It can also let you experience village life in the Peak District at its best. Stop in the villages, buy local food and drink while talking to the locals; you’ll be glad you did.
  • There are petrol stations located within the Peak District, usually clustered around local towns and the major roads. Before heading off into the park for a day, make sure to research where the petrol stations are located, so you can refuel as required.

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