Daily Car Hire Rates in Newcastle, UK

  • Mini

    Hyundai i10
    4 |
    1 |
    5 |
    From € 11.87
  • Economy

    Volkswagen Polo
    5 |
    3 |
    5 |
    From € 13.34
  • Compact

    Toyota Corolla
    5 |
    3 |
    5 |
    From € 13.99
  • Standard

    Toyota Corolla Quest
    5 |
    4 |
    4 |
    From € 23.66
  • Van / minivan

    Toyota Avanza
    6 |
    2 |
    5 |
    From € 27.38

*daily rates in Newcastle, UK based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Customer questions about Newcastle, UK car hire

Good morning, I have friends who are in Queenborough and would like to get a car hire in Newcastle, is there a one way fee?

Hi, there is usually a one fee for returning to a different location. This is shown clearly as 'payable on arrival' below the price you see on our website. If this it not stated then the fee is included within the price, so it makes sense to check the total cost as some agents spearate the fee and some include it, so just check you are comparing like for like.

Newcastle, UK Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • The city’s full name is Newcastle Upon Tyne.
  • Inhabitants of the city are called Geordies.
  • It was an important Roman town called Pons Aelius.
  • The name comes from the new Norman castle built here in 1080.
  • The city is famous for amongst other things, Newcastle Brown Ale.

Newcastle Mini Guide

Once you have rented a car in Newcastle there are many fine sights to see in the surrounding countryside such as Hadrian’s Wall (built by the great Roman emperor) and he Northumberland Coast. Newcastle, being an old Roman settlement, also has an ancient Roman fort at Segedunum which is worth visiting. Newcastle has its own airport, Newcastle International from where you can fly to and from Europe and some other destinations like Dubai.


The Rhino car rental offices are easy to find and from there it will only take you 15 minutes to arrive in the city itself. You will also not miss the incredible and imposing Angel of the North statue, a modern sculpture designed by Antony Gormley, as you drive into Newcastle and whichever direction you are coming from there are easy to follow signs directing you to Newcastle city.

However you may wish to take advantage of the many park and ride facilities on offer and these are listed in the National Park and Ride Directory. Then you may choose to walk, or even hire a bicycle as there are some cycle routes and plenty of places to lock your bike up.

Having built up a reputation as a first class cultural destination there is no end of museums and galleries to visit in Newcastle. Try the South Shields Museum and Art Gallery or the Shipley Art Gallery.

No visit to Newcastle would be complete without going to see the local football team. Despite having had a mixed, and some would say poor, recent record, the popularity of the club has always exceeded its league position and Newcastle supporters are widely regarded as some of the most passionate in football. There is also the Newcastle Falcons rugby club here where Johnny Wilkinson plied his trade.

Latest Update from Newcastle, UK:

19/04/13 - Fans of eighties nutty boys Madness will want to be at Newcastle's racecourse on the 28th June to see the group playing one of their popular concerts.

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Newcastle has lots for the visitor to see including the iconic Tyne Bridge, often thought of as Britain’s answer to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. These days the brilliant engineering and design of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge nearby is equally renowned.

Guided walks along the River Tyne take place daily and the city improvements have made the walks a popular way to see the attractiveness of this city on the Tyne. A short distance outside the city and easily reached by hire car is the Angel of the North statue, initially reviled but now revered.

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