Airport Transfers and Long Distance Taxis to and from Dartmouth, Devon
Airport Transfers and Long Distance Taxis Transfers to and from Dartmouth, in Devon
We specialise in affordable. long distance taxi transfers to and from Dartmouth in Devon to any town or city across the UK mainland, for those who wish to avoid travelling on public transport.
Cars Exec provide chauffeur driven cars, our prices are at competitive rates, in the comfort of our gleaming, comfortable and exclusive chauffeur driven airport cars. Our prompt, reliable 24 hour airport taxi service to and from Dartmouth to anywhere in mainland UK, as well as the London airports is available in our Mercedes E-Class or Mercedes Viano for larger groups.
We remove the stress of travelling long distance by public transport as all our cars are equipped with the latest Sat Nav technology including live traffic, allowing us to anticipate traffic hold ups in advance and so select alternative routes, ensuring you always arrive on time and refreshed.
On return, our executive chauffeurs will be there to meet you at the town or city of your choice, no matter when you wish to travel. They will then whisk you home, smoothly and safely, while you set back, relax and perhaps catch up on sleep.
Long distance Taxi transfers prices to and from Dartmouth to major UK airports, towns and cities at a glance
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Heathrow Airport from £215
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £215
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £237
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £258
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Gatwick Airport from £238
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £238
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £262
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £286
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Manchester Airport from £287
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £287
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £316
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £345
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Leeds from £333
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £333
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £366
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £400
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from London from £228
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £228
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £251
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £274
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Birmingham from £223
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £223
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £246
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £268
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Liverpool from £306
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £306
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £336
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £367
Dartmouth taxi transfer to & from Cardiff from £164
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £164
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £180
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £196
We provide long distance taxi transfers to and from Dartmouth to all UK towns, cities and airports including:
- Dartmouth to London Gatwick Airport
- Dartmouth to London Heathrow Airport
- Dartmouth to London Luton Airport
- Dartmouth to London Stansted Airport
- Dartmouth to London City Airport
- Dartmouth to Bristol International Airport
- Dartmouth to Manchester Airport
- Dartmouth to Birmingham International Airport
- Dartmouth to East Midlands International Airport
Our executive long distance taxi transfer service from Dartmouth includes:
- A friendly and professional driver
- Executive chauffeur driven airport taxi of your choice
- 4G Wifi in all our cars
- Flight monitoring
- A meet and Greet service
- Assistance with your luggage
- Comfortable journey with
- Prior knowledge of your destination and return requirements
Book Cars Exec today, chauffeur services at competitive rates.
UK Cruise Ship Transfers to and from Dartmouth
Looking for a taxi transfer to a Cruise Ship Terminal from Dartmouth? Why not start your cruise in style, we offer cost effective travel from Dartmouth to the following ports:
- Dartmouth to the Port of Dover
- Dartmouth to the Port of Greenock/Glasgow
- Dartmouth to the Port of Harwich
- Dartmouth to the Port of Hull
- Dartmouth to the Port of Liverpool
- Dartmouth to the Port of Portsmouth
- Dartmouth to the Port of Southampton
- Dartmouth to the Port of Leith/Edinburgh
- Dartmouth to the Port of London Tilbury
- Dartmouth to the Port of Felixstowe
- Dartmouth to the Port of Newcastle
With many years’ experience in insuring our customers arrive at their destination on time, Cars Exec offer the very best in service with our excellent chauffeurs.
Our chauffeur driven taxi service provides comfort, style and luxury, all in one trip, to any of the major UK cruise ports from your home or airport. We will then be there on your return, ready to take care of you and your luggage, returning you home with the minimum of stress.
Business and Corporate Chauffeur Services in Dartmouth
Professional corporate travel
We provide a trusted, professional but discreet service to our business and corporate clients in Dartmouth, with impeccable chauffeur driven cars as well as luxury people carriers to Dartmouth based UK Companies, international business and discerning private clients, travelling to and from London.
Cars Exec offer cars to and from important meetings, a meet and greet service from major airports and train stations across mainland UK. as well as a daily commute service locally, or long distance to London and other UK cities
Special Event Chauffeur Services in Dartmouth
Want to make your special event even more stylish? We will sweep you off to a day at the races, a concert, a birthday treat or even a proposal in our comfortable, luxurious cars. Just sit back and relax as you ride in style in executive chauffeur driven hire,
- Birthday Treat / Surprise.
- Wembley / O2 Arena.
- Anniversary celebrations.
Our VIP car service is the perfect prestige car hire service for you if you want to make the right impression, but at comparable taxi prices.
Find out more about Dartmouth
Dartmouth in Devon
Dartmouth is a town and civil parish in the English county of Devon. It is a tourist destination set on the western bank of the estuary of the River Dart, which is a long narrow tidal ria that runs inland as far as Totnes. It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and South Hams district.
The History of Dartmouth
Dartmouth has a very interesting historical past and a lot of evidence of this can be seen around the town, from its fascinating buildings to its fortifications. Read on to find out 10 historical and interesting facts about Dartmouth.
In 1620, The Mayflower famously set sail with English puritans onboard (known as pilgrims) for what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Joined by a second ship, The Speedwell from Holland in Southampton, the two boats didn’t get off to the best of starts with the Speedwell running into problems very early on in the voyage. The Speedwell began taking on water forcing both ships to stop in Dartmouth at Bayards Cove for repairs.
Appearing to stand guard over the River Dart and port of Dartmouth is Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) and since 1998 has been sole establishment for officer training in the British Royal Navy. The campus boasts a wealth of history and is a major part of the beautiful town of Dartmouth. Find out more about Britannia Royal Naval College and the tours that can be enjoyed during your visit to Dartmouth here.
Britannia Royal Naval College was actually the location where the Queen had her first publicised meeting with Prince Philip. Philip was 18 at the time and Elizabeth just 13 but this chance encounter began the start of their blossoming romance.
Housed within the Dartmouth Visitor Centre is the Newcomen Engine. It is the world’s oldest preserved working steam engine and was designed by the engineer Thomas Newcomen who was born in Dartmouth. The engine originally started its life pumping water out of a coal mine in Staffordshire and over 2000 Newcomen Engines were used throughout the world during the 18th and 19th centuries. This particular engine was moved to Dartmouth in 1964 to commemorate the anniversary of Newcomen’s birth.
Dartmouth has an unusual claim to fame when it comes to four legged friends, which makes sense considering how dog friendly the town is. Dartmouth born Reverend John Russell is recorded to be the dog breeder who bred the Jack Russell. After buying a white terrier named Trump, Reverend John Russell started the line of fox hunting terriers which are now widely known as Jack Russells.
The beautiful and tranquil Royal Avenue Gardens was surprisingly once just a sandbank. The area was originally built up using ships’ ballasts but unfortunately it turned out to be too unstable to be built upon and so became the gardens that visitors and locals love today.
The Cherub Inn is a charming and character-filled pub in Dartmouth on Higher Street and it is claimed to be the oldest building in the town, built circa 1380. It was formerly a merchant’s house and is certainly worth a visit whilst you are staying in Dartmouth.
Greenway Estate is a story in its own right and is most commonly known as being the holiday home of the late great crime-writer Agatha Christie. However, did you know that before the estate was owned by Agatha Christie, it was in fact the home of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, a pioneer and his half brother Sir Walter Raleigh most famously known for bringing potatoes and tobacco to Britain.
The Boat Float is at the heart of Dartmouth and is often the face of the town in many beautiful photos but how did this famous inner harbour come to be? When the Embankment was completed in 1885 a small area of water from the Dart was left behind and this is what became the Boat Float. The River Dart is accessed by a small tunnel under the road and is only suitable for smaller vessels.
Built from 1635 to 1640, the Butterwalk building in the centre of Dartmouth is recognisable by its delicate architecture and bold beams, and the front part of the building is supported by granite columns. Charles II actually held court in the Butterwalk during 1671 whilst seeking refuge from storms. The room in which this took place is now part of Dartmouth Museum.