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Penny’s Mini Coaches

Penny’s Mini Coaches

address

5 Parc Penscynor
Cilfrew
Neath
West Glamorgan
SA10 8LQ

phone

01639 636644

online

website | email

Details

Penny’s Minicoaches is a small but very reliable Minicoach and Taxi operator in Neath, South Wales. Established in 1983, we pride ourselves on many years of experience, and our strong and trustworthy team.

We operate many different sized, fully licensed vehicles, from 7 to 33 seater coaches and also a 7 seater hackney carriage with disabled access.

We specialise in:

• Private hire
• Contract hire
• Corporate hire
• Airport & Seaport transfers
• Weddings
• Sporting events e.g., Golf
• Hen & Stag parties

Airport & Seaport transfers can be catered for up to approximately 25 passengers, all depending on luggage size and requirements.
We largely specialise in direct transfers, meaning that when you book with us, you are guaranteed the vehicle for your party alone; we guarantee a personal and direct service.

For weddings, we recommend the right size coach for your guests, and ideal routes to be taken – we aim to provide as much help as possible. Also, available for hire, is our black Jaguar XJ6.

We will be pleased to advise you on any of your requirements, and help to plan your trips and events to ensure they run smoothly.

Our company has many corporate accounts and single customers alike; at Penny’s we treat all customers equally and are proud to be associated with each and every one.

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