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 8 x 23 kg's suitcases.
Heathrow airport to Scarborough minicab and Scarborough to Heathrow Airport minicab at all terminals or to any UK airport is provided by Jewels Airport Transfers. We provide all year-round transportation services in the UK. We have proficient and well-experienced drivers with good knowledge of the roads. We are available at all times of the year and on all days. If you need anytime minicab service in the UK, we are here for you!
Booking a minicab from Heathrow to Scarborough:
We specialise in providing minicab from Heathrow to Scarborough and minicab from Scarborough to Heathrow. Book online on our booking form or call us. We send an instant online quote to your email. Our pricing is reasonable and we provide all year-round services. The booking process is simple and straightforward. Just provide your journey details, choose a car type, and fill in the essential details. We send a confirmation email to you upon journey confirmation. We share an email of the assigned journey and pick-up details along with a journey receipt for reconciliation purposes. We accept all major debit and credit cards. Our cars are all neat and well-maintained. Our comfortably air-conditioned vehicles save you from the threat of insufferably cold British winters!
Getting from Heathrow to Scarborough:
Scarborough is about 240 miles from Heathrow and it may take about 5 and a half hours to get there by minicab. Actual travel time may change depending on the seasonal and route alterations. We have a special “meet and greet” facility for the first-time visitors of Heathrow. Heathrow is incredibly busy with confusing terminals. Wading through the business and making your way to the right terminal may be daunting for the uninitiated. We have a solution for you! Our drivers wait for you in the arrivals lounge with your name cards and a big smile. You will be welcomed in true British congeniality into the UK! You will be shown to your minicab and driven to your destination in style and comfort. Our drivers know the route very well and will also act as your tour guides on the way. We monitor your flight timings and keep track of any delays. They are happy to help you load and unload your bags. You can take in the pleasures on traveling on the British roads and have an unforgettable journey experience!
Scarborough is a chunk of northern England and is a subtle nuance of the northern British culture – set in Yorkshire of England. It has subtly delightful variations to the rest of England. It is situated on the North Sea. These factors make Scarborough the largest holiday resort in the coast of Yorkshire. The town of Scarborough has a growing economy with the digital, service, and creative industries in flourish. It is a popular tourist destination with a wide-spread fishing economy. A geographical marvel of this town in Yorkshire is a high rocky promontory that points to the east in the North Sea. The ruins of the Scarborough Castle form a scenic divide in the North Sea into the north and south bays. The town of Scarborough has a historic connection to one of Britain’s prominent women writers and one of the Bronte sisters – Anne Bronte. The town of Scarborough has noteworthy architectural marvels including a fine Anglican church and the parish church of South cliff known as St Martin on the hill. The Grand Hotel is an exquisite piece of architecture that holds a marvellous grandeur to the town. Scarborough is a unique coastal attraction and a popular resort town. It is also a growing tourist haunt in the UK.