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Grantham Car Rental

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Rent a car in Grantham with Sixt

Quality car rental in Grantham from Sixt can add more enjoyment and convenience to your visit. To accommodate your needs we have an extensive, modern fleet boasting luxury, SUV and economy models. For something a little special, our range also includes convertible and sports cars. Although the quality of our rental cars is important, we also know how vital it is to provide a high quality and flexible service. That is why we provide options like cover for additional drivers and unlimited mileage. We also offer LDW insurance to protect our clients. In addition to great cars and outstanding service, we want to make it simple and convenient to rent a car in Grantham. To achieve this, we offer mobile phone reservation services and an express booking facility. This means that you can reserve the car you want from anywhere at any time and be on the road minutes after you arrive. By offering car rental in Grantham that is simple, fast and high quality, we hope to provide the best experience to our clients.

Try car rental in Grantham to explore the area

Grantham is a prosperous market town in southwest Lincolnshire. It has had an important history and boasts some famous former residents. Sir Isaac Newton went to Grantham's Kings School and, more recently, the first woman Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher, was born and raised in the town. Today, Grantham has a thriving town center with excellent shops and markets. Visitors can enjoy the church of St. Wulfram, one of the most important in the United Kingdom, and wonder at its lofty 282ft. spire. There is also an enjoyable and informative walking tour route of the main attractions, well signposted throughout the town. Lincoln Castle, meanwhile, records over 1,000 years of history. Moving further afield, a short drive will take you to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, where history and aviation enthusiasts can see some incredible World War Two aircraft, which the center keeps fully operational. Lincolnshire is also rich in historical houses and stately homes and a drive through the county lanes to visit these estates is a real pleasure.