Luton airport to Bollington and Bollington to Luton airport taxi at all terminals or to any other UK airport is provided by Jewels Airport transfers. Looking for a good transportation service in the UK? Come and have a look at our expert taxi services!
Booking a taxi from Luton to Bollington
We, at Jewels Airport Transfers, offer taxi services from Luton to Bollington and taxi from Bollington to Luton airport, all 365 days of the year. You can book our taxi in advance through our 24/7 call centres or through online booking on our website. For the call centre, dial-up to talk to our representatives and to give details on your vehicle requirements. An email with the quotation for the distance and vehicle chosen and the payment links will be sent by our representatives. You can then pay up using any major credit or debit cards. For online booking, fill the form with details to get an instant quotation and pay up using the links provided. A mail with receipts of payments and trip details will be sent as a confirmation. There are several vehicles available with us to choose from, such as the saloons, station Wagons, minivan and MPVs. Pick a vehicle of your choice to have a hassle-free ride along the countryside.
Getting from Luton to Bollington:
The distance of 149 miles from Luton to Bollington can be covered in about three hours and fifteen minutes, on a bright and sunny day. Our expert drivers will ensure a safe transportation to Bollington, irrespective of weather or traffic conditions outside. For making it easier for the passengers, we also provide a ‘meet and greet’ service that helps our drivers keep track of flight timings. This will ensure our guests are picked up right on time to start their journey towards their destination. A credit facility is also offered to those travelling on behalf of institutions and corporates, with suitable references. Help us serve you better- leave us a feedback before signing off!
Bollington town in Cheshire, England, is a civil parish located on River Dean and along the Macclesfield Canal. A ground for the Battle of Waterloo, the place has a monument called the ‘White Nancy to commemorate the war. The place was also popular for its cotton spinning mills and its beautiful lace. There are still pieces of evidence left over through some of the 19th-century mill buildings, such as those of Clarence and Adelphi.