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Gillingham Car Rental
 
 

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  • Gillingham (Dorset)
    Somdor House, Lower Station Rd
    SP84QA Gillingham

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:00
    Sa.08:30 - 12:00
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  • Gillingham (Dorset)

    Sixt rent a car
    Somdor House, Lower Station Rd
    SP84QA Gillingham

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:00
    Sa.08:30 - 12:00

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & vehicles, 4x4 / SUV, Truck

Car rental in Gillingham from Sixt

Sixt provides car rental in Gillingham to make your visit to the area even more convenient and enjoyable. Our impressive fleet includes a wide range of vehicles, from luxury and sports models to our convertible and SUV cars. We can also provide attractive deals for van hire. In order to ensure that our clients enjoy peace of mind and the most tailored facilities to rent a car in Gillingham, we offer a wide range of options, including LDW insurance, unlimited mileage and provision for additional drivers. We also know how busy modern lives can be and that is why we make renting a car so quick and easy. You can use our mobile phone reservation service to reserve your vehicle from anywhere, anytime and our express bookings feature will have you behind the wheel of your ideal rental car in no time at all. We understand that our clients demand the best deals for car rental in Gillingham and we believe that our combination of excellent service, great value and quality cars makes us an ideal choice.

Rent a car in Gillingham to explore the area

Gillingham is one of the most historic towns in the United Kingdom. Its history dates back to the 10th century when William the Conquerer gifted the town to his half-brother. Since then Gillingham has played an important role in the defense of the United Kingdom, developing into an important naval center. Today, visitors to the town can still see remnants of this colorful past. On the site of the gun wharf you see today, Queen Elizabeth I built a major dockyard. The Chatham Lines of Defense were built to defend the area after a Dutch invasion in 1667 and can still be visited today. Drivers can enjoy some even more ancient history by driving along Watling Street, the route of perhaps the most important Roman road in the United Kingdom. Due to its important history, today almost all of Gillingham is an UNESCO world heritage site. It makes for a great base from which to explore the historic area of the Isle of Sheppey and enjoys excellent links with London and the channel ports.