Airport Transfer Midhurst
No extra charge for airport transfers between 11pm – 6am !
Airport transfer Midhurst if you are looking for reliable airport taxi service in Midhurst, then you have come to the right place. At Olly’s airport taxis, everything has to be handled with precision to ensure that the passenger continues to have a smooth journey. You are more than just a passenger for us- when you put your trust in our service, we make it our top priority to deliver what we promised.
Olly’s Cars offer a full 24/7 fixed price airport and seaport taxi transfer service from Midhurst to take you to and from your chosen airport or seaport, whether it would be for holiday or business travel.
A ‘Meet and Greet’ service can be arrange when booking whereby the driver will be in arrivals with the passenger’s name or company name, whichever you prefer.
If your flight is early or subject to delays, we check all arrival times and adjust accordingly.
At Olly’s cars, we value your time, comfort and money above everything else. We believe that being helpful and polite are important factors in providing a good service to our customers.
Why to choose us:
- Personal service
- Competitive prices
- 24h airport taxi, seaport and long distance transfers
- Reliable and friendly
- Contract work welcome
- All major credit & debit cards accepted
Please contact us to make bookings and enquiries.
To/From Heathrow Airport
To/From Gatwick Airport
To/From Eastleigh Airport
To/From Stansted Airport
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Midhurst is a market town and civil parish in West Sussex, England. It lies on the River Rother 20 miles inland from the English Channel, and 12 miles north of the county town of Chichester.
The name Midhurst was first recorded in 1186 as Middeherst, meaning “Middle wooded hill”, or “(place) among the wooded hills”. It derives from the Old English words midd (adjective) or mid (preposition), meaning “in the middle”, plus hyrst, “a wooded hill”.
The Norman St. Ann’s Castle dates from about 1120, although the foundations are all that can now be seen. The castle, the parish church of St. Mary Magdalene and St. Denis, together with South Pond, the former fish-pond for the castle, are the only three structures left from this early period. The parish church is the oldest building in Midhurst. Just across the River Rother, in the parish of Easebourne, is the ruin of the Tudor Cowdray House.
Hotels in and around Midhurst
Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa
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