Relax With the Morris Minor Time Traveller

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When the news is filled with credit crunches and sub-prime mortgages, we all need to destress. has found a new way to relax that doesn't involve foot spas, face packs or hill walking. Take to the wheel of a Morris Minor Traveller from Great Escape Classic Car Hire and discover what it really means to sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery.

With a top speed of just 60 miles per hour and the sort of acceleration that keeps cyclists waiting, the cute Morris Minor Traveller is the perfect addition to a relaxing, romantic weekend away. Classic car hire company can even provide gourmet picnic hampers and interesting route plans to help you get away from it all. From Great Escape's site you can head for the Cotswolds, Wales, Shropshire, Worcestershire or Warwickshire. The company can also recommend luxury boutique B&Bs and hotels.

The Morris costs £125 per day to hire. The price includes 24 hours use, unlimited mileage, insurance, a full information pack and carbon offsetting. Great Escape also has a Morris Minor Convertible for hire.

"The Morris guarantees relaxation and smiles," says Graham Eason of Great Escape. "Because it's so slow it forces you to take life at a slower pace. Just cruise along, enjoy the scenery, find a quiet spot and throw out the picnic rug. What could be more better on a summer's day?"

Great Escape is based in Worcestershire and has a range of coupes, convertibles and saloons for self drive rental. Alongside the Morris cars, Great Escape has three Jensen Interceptors, Jaguar XJS convertible, Alfa Romeo Spider, Jaguar E Type roadster and EType 2+2, Jaguar Mk2, Rolls Royce Silver Spirit, Porsche 928, classic Mini Cooper and 1974 Jaguar XJ6 long wheelbase saloon.

Great Escape provides classic cars for self drive hire for daily and weekend use. For more details visit or call 01527 893733. Great Escape is the only classic car hire company with full online availability check, reservation service and online booking and payment.


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