Car Hire Warrington Bank Quay Train Station
Address & Contact DetailsUnit 3 Hawleys Trade Park, Hawleys Lane, Warrington, WA2 8JP. Tel: 01925 852888
Delivery and collection is available at this location
|Monday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 12:00|
Find your perfect car hire at Warrington Bank Quay Train Station
Warrington is a small English town sitting on the banks of the river Mersey. When you arrive at Warrington Quay Train Station Avis would ask you to transfer to our location at Unit 3, Hawleys Trade Park, Warrington by taxi or tube.
Your rental car will await you there, Warrington Quay Train Station and Unit 3, Hawleys Trade Park, Warrington are just a short distance apart.
Please advise the Rental Sales Agent and present your receipt and they will arrange the refund for you.
Pick up your Avis car rental and head out to explore this unique part of the country.
Plan your journey from Warrington Bank Quay Train StationWarrington provides the perfect starting point for exploring the surrounding region. But don’t overlook this tiny town either. Warrington offers a fantastic introduction to rural England.
Start your journey at Golden Square, where you’ll find all the main shops, cafes and restaurants. Do a bit of shopping, then grab some coffee at a local cafe. There’s also the busy Warrington Retail Market pitched in the town centre. Here you’ll find over 200 stalls offering everything from fresh food to clothing. Local artisans sell their crafts here too, making it an ideal place for souvenir shopping.
If you’re looking for a more immersive experience, try to catch a rugby league game. The Warrington Wolves are the local team and matches can be passionate affairs and real fun. Then spend a few hours at the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, exhibiting over 20,000 artefacts and art pieces.
Gulliver’s World, a theme park packed with over 90 rides and attractions, offers spectacular family fun aimed at children 2-13 years of age. Here you’ll find everything from log flumes to an Alice in Wonderland-themed ride.
Beyond WarringtonAfter exploring Warrington, tour the countryside and dive into Liverpool for some Beatles nostalgia.
Chester is just 40 minutes from Warrington along the M56. This beautiful town has much to offer visitors, including the best-preserved city walls, the oldest racecourse and the largest Roman amphitheatre in the United Kingdom. Chester Cathedral is over 1,000 years old and open for tours. Be sure to check out Chester Zoo – home to 12,000 animals – while you’re in town.
Famously known as the birthplace of The Beatles, many visitors flock to this vibrant city to get closer acquainted with the band’s roots. At The Beatles Story attraction, you can learn how this band’s career started. If you’re interested in more general English history, Liverpool has plenty of this too. Visit the Museum of Liverpool to find out about the area, before visiting the Albert Dock, which first opened in 1846. This area is filled with fine shops, museums and art galleries, housed in a complex of old warehouses. Liverpool is just a 35-minute drive along the M62 from Warrington.
Peak District National Park
Accelerate 50 minutes east of Warrington via the M56 and you’ll reach the stunning Peak District National Park. The scenic drive into this lush winding landscape is worth the journey itself. With its moors, rivers, natural springs, caverns and more, this is an area of enchanting natural beauty. Stop at one of the many small villages, like Ashbourne or Bakewell, to enjoy traditional tea and admire the old architecture.
With your Avis hire car, Warrington and the region beyond is waiting to be discovered.