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 Romford minicab and Romford to Heathrow Airport minicab service to/from all terminals or to any UK airport is provided by Jewels Airport Transfers. Passengers often frequent Romford for a number of reasons: its proximity to the capital: London, its quaint largeness, and its status as the administrative centre of Havering London Borough. It is only about 14 miles away from the primary metropolitan centre of Charing cross. The Havering town hall in Romford is the main attraction for most travellers. The ease of transfers and the availability of a round-the-clock (24X7, 365 days) minicab service by Jewels Airport Transfers is a great point of convenience.
Jewels Airport Transfers operate 24x7 and on all 365 days of the year. The passengers may choose from a range of vehicles including saloon, station wagon, MPVs, executive, or even mini vans, depending on their budget for travel. Jewels Airport Transfers boast of prompt and courteous drivers, pleasurable ride experience, and comfort. Passengers can avail online quote and online booking services.
Owing to the inconsistencies of British weather, flights to Heathrow may often experience changes in time and delays. This is not a challenge since we monitor the flight schedules of their online bookings to adjust the pick-up timings accordingly. They provide a meet-and-greet service for first-time or daunted passengers – especially if you prefer being greeted with your name-board and a smile. Online booking is made easy by comprehensive forms to enter the postcode, pick-up and drop-off locations, and vehicle type amongst other details. The booking confirmation is sent to the registered e-mail id and phone number. We readily accept all major credit and debit cards. If you are one of our frequent corporate clients, we provide a facility for credit as well. All payments are made through a secure payment link send upon booking confirmation.
The online quote facility provided by Jewels Airport Transfers ensures transparency of cost with no hidden charges. The cars of all types are kept clean and fresh. Booking confirmations, driver details, and receipts of journey are shared with passengers to ensure transparency and ease of reconciliation claims, if any. Your feedback is important to us and we mean to incorporate your perspectives and suggestions to provide the best possible minicab service you would wish to reckon with.
Heathrow is the largest and busiest airport in the capital town of London. This adds to the ease of transfer to any town in the UK from Heathrow. Jewels Airport Transfers provide just what passengers yearn for: comfortable and quick minicab transfers to all prominent towns and cities of the UK. Passengers have a number of options including public transport options to travel to various towns. However, minicabs are the most comfortable option for travellers of long-haul flights with considerable luggage.
Overview of Romford
Several hundreds of years ago, Romford was a forlorn and tiny market town situated in the Essex County. The nostalgic charm is now blended into the modern fast-paced business and administrative culture. Most passengers find the happy mix of Romford both splendid and fascinating. Romford has a fair share of colleges and universities of which the London South Bank University (LSBU), located about 38 miles from Heathrow. Romford is connected with excellent road links and boasts of early development with one of first railway stations inaugurated in 1839. Romford has witnessed transience from agriculture to industrial revolution and finally to a commercial and retail hub culture. Romford experiences the typical British weather.