Taxi from Heathrow airport to Clitheroe and Clitheroe to Heathrow airport taxi at all terminals or to any UK airport is provided by Jewels Airport Transfers. Jewels Airport Transfers provide convenient and regular transportation from all terminals of Heathrow. We operate all 365 days of the year, 24x7. Clitheroe is at a distance of about 231 miles from Heathrow and takes approximately 3 hours and 50 minutes on an average day. However, the actual time of travel from Heathrow to Clitheroe by taxi or from Clitheroe to Heathrow by taxi may depend on the weather, time of the year, traffic, route, and road. Our team of drivers have a good knowledge of the roads and are professional and forthcoming. They even help in the loading and unloading of baggage for passengers.
Passengers looking for convenient pick-up may opt for the meet-and-greet service provided by Jewels Airport Transfers. Our drivers wait for the passengers at the arrivals waiting area with name cards bearing the assigned passenger names. Jewels Airport Transfers provide taxi service with affordable and reasonable rates without any hidden charges. The instant online quote provided upon booking ensures transparency. The passengers may choose the type of car for their convenience from a range of options such as saloons, MPVs, station wagons, executives, or mini vans. The cars are kept clean and have air conditioning facility suitable for both winters and summers. Customer feedback is regularly collected and incorporated in our services.
Booking a taxi from Heathrow to Clitheroe:
Jewels Airport Transfers offer easy booking through the website or over the phone. Instant online quotes are provided based on the journey. The passengers need to enter the postcode of the pick-up and drop-off locations along with indicating the journey type i.e. single way or return. All major debit and credit cards are accepted. Payment must be made through the secure online payment link sent to the registered email. Separate emails of the assigned driver and pick-up instructions and journey receipt are sent for identification and reimbursement purposes respectively. Passengers may edit the addresses with the use of an online map on our website. Bookings may be made over the phone as well for passengers who prefer that. We send online quotes online for passengers booking over the phone as well.
We constantly monitor flight timings to accommodate flight delays or schedule changes. The service, therefore, remains unaltered for the passenger despite delays or changes. Our regular corporate customers are provided with a credit facility based on credit reference check. New corporate clients are welcome to open fresh accounts with Jewels Airport Transfers. We send the journey receipt for passengers requiring reimbursement.
Clitheroe – an overview:
Clitheroe is a civil parish and town nestled in the Borough of Ribble Valley. It is situated at a distance of nearly 34 miles from the city of Manchester in Lancashire of England. Clitheroe is at the north-western border of Manchester proximal to the Forest of Bowland. The Clitheroe Castle and the Forest of Bowland are the primary tourist attractions of Clitheroe. The Clitheroe castle is deemed the smallest of all Norman keeps in Britain. Clitheroe has a notable number of industries and firms of which a few notable ones are Tarmac, Johnson Matthey, Dugdale nutrition, and Hanson Cement. Clitheroe has witnessed noteworthy industrial development since the historic times. The famous Swan and Royal hotel of Clitheroe was an important landmark for the development of the jet engine during World War II.
Currently, Clitheroe has a wide retail culture with the presence of several independent and chain retail stores including Boots, Timpsons, Sayers, Caffe Nero, M&Co, and Costa Coffee. Clitheroe is connected amply by buses and railways. Clitheroe is home to several sports clubs including the Clitheroe football club, Cricket club, Golf club etc. among others. Clitheroe is famous for the Ribble Valley Jazz festival held in April and early May. Clitheroe has several secondary schools of which the noteworthy schools are Clitheroe Royal Grammar school, Moorland school, and St. James’ Church of England Primary School.