Heathrow to Cheltenham taxi and Cheltenham to Heathrow taxi service to and from all the terminals of Heathrow or any airport in the UK is provided by Jewels Airport Transfers. Cheltenham has a fair share of visitors. Cheltenham is located at a distance of about 85 miles from Heathrow. The city of Cheltenham has a campus of the University of Gloucestershire, thus attracting a large number of students. Jewels Airport transfers have a wide range of vehicles to suit every passenger. We offer taxis from all terminals to any UK airport with competitive service. Passengers can book the taxi ahead of their arrival and receive online quote in their registered emails. The journey requirements such as pick-up and drop-off locations, type of vehicle etc., the online quote is obtained. We monitor flight timings and probable delays in arrival.
Passengers can opt for our special meet-and-greet service where our drivers shall be present at the arrival lounge with placards bearing passenger names. We provide a wide choice of vehicles including Saloons, mini vans, and station wagons. The cars are clean ensuring a hassle-free journey. We accept all major credit and debit cards along with offering our regular corporate customers a credit facility (subject to a reference check for credits). The payment needs to be made online through a secure payment link that is sent to the registered email.
Jewels Airport Transfers operate 24x7 on all 365 days of the year. Therefore, passengers may rely on an uninterrupted service on every arrival at Heathrow. Booking a taxi with us is made easy with the option of online booking facility on the website or on the phone along with instant online quote. Booking form asks for name, number, email. Also, passengers may choose from a dropdown list of type of vehicles including saloons, MPVs, minivans, station wagons, or executives.
Once the booking is confirmed, a confirmation email is sent to the registered email address. Additionally, the driver and vehicle details are sent in a separate email following the assignment of the journey.
Cheltenham – an overview
Cheltenham, better known as Cheltenham spa is a borough and a regency spa town. Cheltenham is situated in the corner of Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England. Cheltenham boasts of incredible natural beauty and landscapes. Cheltenham is a health resort area that imparts a pristine educational and health experience with its rich natural beauty. Cheltenham is built on the myriad River Chelt. The town of Cheltenham was turned into a health and holiday spa resort town when mineral springs were discovered in 1716.
The Cheltenham Borough Council governs the town and it has its fair share of visitors due to the inviting landscapes. Cheltenham experiences a maritime climate. The maritime climate renders a warm weather to the town in comparison with other parts of Britain. Cheltenham has a considerable contribution in the education sector due to the presence of several secondary schools, A level colleges, and a campus of the University of Gloucestershire. The prominent institutions include the Cheltenham college (1841) and Pate’s grammar school (1574), both belonging to the Victorian period. Cheltenham also has an industrial culture with a range of industries including food processing, light, tourism, electronics, and aerospace. Cheltenham is home to the Government Communication Headquarters and UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) amongst several others. Cheltenham has a host of departmental stores and retail businesses, of which the Cavendish house department store is heritage building and the oldest in the town. The town also has Le Champignon Sauvage, a Michelin two-starred restaurant along with a noteworthy nightlife.