Saloon - x 4 x 2 x 2 Ideal for up to 3 passengers travelling with 3 x 23 kg's suitcases or 4 passengers with handbag only.
Estate - x 4 x 4 x 3 Ideal for up to 4 passengers travelling with 4 x 23 kg's suitcases.
Executive Car - x 3 x 2 x 2 Ideal for up to 3 passengers travelling with 2 x 20 kg's suitcases and 2 handbags.
People Carrier - x 6 x 5 x 0 Ideal for up to 4 passengers travelling with 5 x 23 kg's suitcases or 5 passengers travelling with 3 x 20 kg's suitcases or 6 passengers with hand luggage only.
8 Seater - x 8 x 8 x 4 Ideal for up to 8 passengers travelling with max of 8 x 23 kg's suitcases only regardless of passenger count.
Heathrow airport to Oxted minicab and Oxted to London Heathrow airport minicab service (all terminals) or to any UK airport provided by Jewels Airport Transfers. All of us love to travel and go on adventures, and it is one of the most preferred forms of entertainment and relaxation across the globe. Yet, devoid of proper planning and preparations, these trips or adventures might turn out to be more cumbersome than relaxing and thus, one should never underestimate its significance. Arrangement and booking of minicabs beforehand is an extremely important component of any itinerary, if one wishes to make sure that their journey is smooth and enjoyable. This company is the best choice for this service, as they make sure that you receive complete satisfaction in this sector of your entire trip.
Not making pre-arrangements can make the short journey of fifty-seven minutes from Heathrow Airport to Oxted seem very tiring and expensive. Jewels Airport Transfers offers minicab from Heathrow Airport to Oxted and minicab from Oxted to Heathrow Airport to equip you with the perfect solution, a plethora of vehicles and budget choices to choose from, which enables you to choose the vehicle most appropriate for your travel demands. All the vehicles provided are completely secure and air-conditioned, exactly as per your requirement.
On top of providing excellent, secured vehicles, the company is also the proud employer of a team of extremely efficient drivers, who can help you reach your desired destination as soon as possible. All you need to do is arrive at the pickup point that was pre-decided, and from that point on, your driver will take care of everything else.
Apart from endorsing safe, comfortable vehicles with proficient drivers, what really makes Jewels Airport Transfers stand out among our many counterparts is our ease of access. With a few clicks on a computer with internet access, you can get the vehicle of your choice waiting to pick you up! All you need to do is provide us with your detailed itinerary, exact dates of journey, location and destination and they will mail you a pickup location suitable for you, where you will meet your driver and let him take care of your journey forth. Easy to use facilities such as booking via call, e-mail and online booking are available, and along with that, the company presents the immensely smooth and hassle-free options of payment via debit and credit cards. An e-mail containing details of driver assigned along with pickup location and invoice will reach you as soon as your booking is confirmed.
The company provides the option of leveraging corporate credit facility. This means that you can make your booking on behalf of parent company or institution, and it saves a lot of time along with being very easy to use. It requires that you create a credit account, which can be done in a matter of minutes. Notably, there are no surprise charges involved. The price displayed on your invoice is the final fixed price, and in case there is a delay in your flight movement, company will keep a track of it and send a car accordingly, without any extra charge.
Situated in the Tandridge district of Surrey, England, Oxted is a commuter town with direct railway connections to London. With a lively culture of pram races and theatre, this small town is one of the most charming places to visit around London. It also has a strong historical background, with Oxted finding mention in the Domesday Book of 1086.