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Where to pick up your car
There are a number of car rental desks at Nuffield Industrial Estate, 25 mins south of the train station by bus.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Poole are Europcar, Keddy, Alamo and National.
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Coldest month: January (5°C)
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Poole is an essential yachting stop but also a key road trip kick-off point.
Europe’s largest natural harbour (and the second largest in the world!), Poole stuns visitors with some of Britain’s finest beaches. The city, which even features its own unique island, is a paradise for fishermen, sailors and water sport enthusiasts.
Beyond Poole though, the coast really impresses and begs to be explored by car. Search with easyCar to find the rental that suits your needs, for the best price.
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Q. What is the most popular rental length in Poole?
A. Eight to nine days.
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Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Poole?
A. Keddy by Europcar is the cheapest car rental brand in Poole, offering cars from just £10 per day.
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