Birmingham Airport Transfer

Birmingham Airport Transfer

Serving the West Midlands region of England, Birmingham Airport links to both international and domestic routes. The airport, which is a short distance from Birmingham city centre, is among the top ten busiest airports in the United Kingdom. Our Birmingham Airport guide includes information on airport facilities, transportation options and hotels. Birmingham Airport is currently in the process of extending its runway to accommodate all current aircraft types. The expected completion date for this project is 2014. There are several information points located at various areas in the terminal complex, including desks providing airline and general airport information (close to the check-in area and the main entrance). The Visitor Centre, next to Arrivals, offers advice on accommodation and attractions within the Birmingham area.

Driving directions:

Birmingham Airport is situated on the A45 Coventry road, close to junction 6 of the M42, to which there are direct connections from the M1, M5, M6 and M40 – the M6 toll road provides a faster alternative to the M6. The airport is signposted from the motorways.

From central Birmingham, either take the A45 Coventry Road eastbound to the airport site, or head east along the M5 and merge on the southbound M42 (turning off at junction 6).

Public Transport – 

Public transport rail:

Rail: The free Air-Rail monorail links Birmingham Airport directly to nearby Birmingham International railway station in about two minutes. Frequent rail services (tel: (0845) 748 4950;www.nationalrail.co.uk) connect Birmingham International with New Street station in the city centre (journey time: 10 minutes; fare: £3.40). Various train operators run services to Manchester, London, Bournemouth, Northampton, Coventry and destinations in Wales. Tickets can be purchased at Birmingham International railway station or at the Visitor Centre within the terminal building.

Public transport road:

Bus: Network West Midlands buses (tel: (0871) 200 2233) link Birmingham Airport to the surrounding districts. Bus 900 connects the airport to Birmingham and Coventry; bus 966 runs to Solihull and Erdington; and bus 777 links Coleshill and Hams Hall to the airport. All buses stop outside the terminal. The journey time into central Birmingham is 45 minutes, and fares start at £1.90. Tickets can be purchased on the bus, or at the Visitor Centre.

Coach: National Express (tel: 0871 781 8181; www.nationalexpress.co.uk) operates long-distance coach services to Birmingham and a number of other cities, as well as inter-airport coaches to London Luton, London Gatwick and London Stansted airports.

Terminal facilities – 

Money:

Bureaux de change, postal and ATM facilities are available at various points within the terminal.

Communication:

Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout the terminal complex.

Food:

There is an extensive range of cafés, restaurants, bars and fast-food outlets both airside and landside at Birmingham Airport, including a champagne and wine bar in Departures.

Shopping:

There are numerous shops at Birmingham Airport, both pre- and post-security. Duty-free shopping is available for passengers travelling outside the EU – this service is also available for non-EU arrivals.

Luggage:

OCS (tel: (0121) 767 7987) operates a lost property and left-luggage office on the first floor. Luggage trolleys are available for a £1 fee.

Other:

Other facilities at Birmingham Airport include 24-hour medical centres and a multi-faith prayer room.

Airport facilities

Conference and business:

Business booths are available in the departures area; free work stations with credit-card operated telephone, e-mail, modem and fax facilities are provided. Business Point (tel: (0121) 767 8063) has meeting rooms accommodating between eight and 40 people, as well as fax and photocopying facilities. Two lounges are available for all departing passengers (for a fee) with a range of business services, meeting rooms, and refreshments; while three additional lounges are available to passengers of certain airlines or cardholders.

Away from the terminal, meeting rooms are available in the adjacent Novotel Birmingham Airport hotel (tel: (0121) 619 9003; www.novotel.com). The National Exhibition Centre is close to Birmingham Airport, next to Birmingham International railway station.

Disabled facilities:

Adapted toilets and lifts are located within the terminal building, a Minicom system is installed at the airport information desk, induction loops are available for the hearing-impaired, and designated disabled parking spaces are available in all car parks. For help with baggage and check-in, wheelchair provision and assistance, contact the OCS (tel: (0121) 767 7878) special assistance service prior to arrival – wheelchair and other assistance when boarding or disembarking must be arranged in advance through the relevant airline.

Car parking:

Short- and medium-stay parking is available in three multi-story car parks close to the terminal. The two long-term car parks, adjacent to the main A45 road, are linked to the terminal by shuttle buses. Valet parking is also available. For further parking information, contact NCP.

Birmingham Airport Transfers & Chauffeur Services:

Executive-Chauffeur.com is premier chauffeur service that will help you travel to and from Birmingham to London safely, conveniently and reliably. Executive Chauffeur  helps passenger with accessibility requirements. All this and much more. Click here to Book Now or Get Quotes online!

Birmingham Airport Transfers & Chauffeur Services

Gatwick Airport Transfer

Gatwick Airport Transfer

Executive-Chauffeur.com is one of the UK’s premier chauffeuring companies. Executive Chauffeur has served wide range of client from corporate executive to tours and event organisers. Our professional service and personal respect towards our client has helped us build reputation among the competition.  Our fleet consists of Mercedes S class, Chrysler Grand Voyager, Minibus 16 seater and Coach 53 seater to suit your need.

We have included this guide section to help our passengers find the right information on how to travel to and from the UK’s second largest airport and airport facilities.

London Gatwick (LGW) is the most efficient single-runway airport in the world, serving 200 destinations in 90 countries for 35 million customers a year. LGW is located 45km (28 miles) south of London. To see the airport’s exact location, visit the London Airports Map. Gatwick Airport’s two terminals, North and South, both have a comprehensive selection of shops, bureaux de change, help desks and left-luggage facilities.

For Gatwick flight departures, check-in desks can be found on the 3rd floor of both the North and South Terminals. All passengers must clear security control before entering the departure lounge where you’ll find shops, bars, cafes and currency exchange. Boarding begins 45 minutes before take-off.

For Gatwick flight arrivals, you’ll first pass through passport control after leaving the aircraft. Then follow the signs for Baggage Reclaim to pick up your luggage, before going through Customs. In the arrivals hall, you’ll find shops, bars, restaurants and currency exchange.

Travelling To Gatwick Airport to London By Train – 

There are many different trains to London from Gatwick airport. The Gatwick Express is the fastest way into Central London. Trains run every 15 minutes between Gatwick Airport’s South Terminal and London Victoria Station every day from 4.35am to 1.35am. Journey time is 30 minutes and the service is non-stop to Victoria station. Visit the Gatwick Express website for more information.

You can also get the First Capital Connect train to London Bridge, City Thameslink, Blackfriars, Farringdon or St Pancras International. There are four daytime services an hour, and hourly services throughout the night.

Southern also offers regular train services during the day from Gatwick to London Victoria via East Croydon and Clapham Junction.

Travelling To Gatwick Airport – 

National Express runs frequent services between Gatwick and Victoria Coach Station. Coaches run approximately every 30 minutes. Journey time varies according to route, most are about one hour 20 minutes. Some services stop at Hooley, Wallington, Mitcham Junction, Mitcham London Rd, Streatham, Stockwell and Pimlico.

easyBus also offers a high-frequency, low-cost express bus service between Gatwick Airport and Earls Court/West Brompton. The easyBus service runs throughout the day and night, direct with no stops. The journey takes just over one hour.

Accessible Transport – 

The Gatwick Express rail service has a range of features to make travelling easy for everyone, including dedicated areas for passengers with wheelchairs.

Gatwick Airport Transfer & Chauffeur Service –

Executive-Chauffeur.com helps passenger with accessibility requirements to and from Gatwick Airport to any part of UK. Contact us to Book Now or Get Quotes online!

Gatwick Airport Transfer & Chauffeur Service

Heathrow Airport Transfer

Heathrow Airport Transfer

Your essential guide to travelling between Heathrow Airport and Central London by train, tube, coach, bus, taxi or airport hotel transfer.Located 32km (20 miles) to the west of Central London, London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is one of the busiest and most advanced airports in the world. With 190,000 passengers arriving and departing every day, Heathrow handles more international passengers than any other airport in the world.

The airport is spread across five terminals, each with shops, restaurants, currency exchange facilities, information counters, accommodation desks and left luggage facilities. LHR’s latest addition, Terminal 5, opened in 2008 as the airport’s new long-haul base. Heathrow Terminal 5 is the largest freestanding building in the UK and is five times the size of Terminal 4. Heathrow’s Terminal 2 closed for renovations in late 2009 after nearly 60 years of operation. The new and improved Terminal 2 was reopened in 2014.

Heathrow Airport Arrivals can be found on the ground floor of Terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5. After you leave the aircraft, you’ll pass through passport control, baggage reclaim and Customs. In the arrivals hall, you’ll find shops, restaurants, currency exchange, car rental and hotel reservation desks.

Heathrow Airport departures can be found on the first floor of Terminals 2, the ground floor of Terminal 3 and the top floor of Terminal 5. All passengers must clear security control before entering the departure lounge, where you’ll find shops, bars and cafes.

Heathrow Hotels and Transfer Services  –

Hoppa Hotel  is a convenient way to travel between your hotel and Heathrow Terminals 1, 3, 4 and 5. Tickets are £4 each way for adults and children travel free. Hotel by Bus is a rapid shared ride service by coach, linking you to your hotel or other destination in Central London. It serves all LHR terminals.

Travelling by Train To And From Heathrow Airport – 
The Heathrow Express is the fastest way to travel into Central London. Trains leave every 15 minutes and the journey takes about 20 minutes. Trains to London leave Heathrow Airport from approximately 5am until 11.45pm. Standard adult fares are £21 for a single ticket purchased online or at a ticket office/machine (or £25 when purchased onboard).

Heathrow Connect services run from London Paddington, calling at Ealing Broadway, West Ealing, Hanwell, Southall, Hayes & Harlington and Heathrow Central (Terminals 1 and 3). For Terminals 4 and 5, there’s a free Heathrow Express transfer service from Heathrow Central. Heathrow Connect journey time is about 25 minutes from Paddington to Heathrow Central and adult single tickets cost £9.50. Visit the Heathrow Connect website.

Travelling By Tube To And From Heathrow Airport – 
The Piccadilly line connects Heathrow Airport to Central London and the rest of the Tube system. The Tube is cheaper than the Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect but it takes a lot longer and is less comfortable. Tube services leave Heathrow every few minutes from approximately 5.10am (5.50am Sundays) to 11.45pm (11.30pm Sundays).

Journey time to Piccadilly Circus is about 50 minutes. There are three Tube stations at Heathrow Airport, serving Terminals 1-3, Terminal 4 and Terminal 5. A single paper ticket from Heathrow (Zone 6) into Central London (Zone 1) costs £5.50.

Travelling By Coach To And From Heathrow Airport – 

National Express runs frequent coach services between Heathrow’s central bus station andVictoria Coach Station. The journey takes between 40 minutes and one hour 30 minutes, depending on the route. Some services stop en route in Hammersmith or Earl’s Court. Standard single tickets cost £6. Services from Heathrow commence at 5.35am and run until 9.40pm.

Travelling By Bus To And From Heathrow Airport – 

Between approximately 11.30pm and 5am (depending on the day of the week), the N9 night bus runs about every 20 minutes to Central London (Trafalgar Square). Journey time is approximately 76 minutes. Standard bus fares apply (£1.40 Oyster/ £2.40 cash) and are accepted.

Heathrow Airport Parking – 

If you want to park at LHR, there are a number of long stay and short stay car parks available.

Accessible Transport – 

Dedicated Heathrow Airport staff can provide assistance to passengers with special needs. Heathrow Express trains have areas for passengers using wheelchairs and exiting at Paddington station is straightforward.

On the Tube, disabled travellers should be aware that a significant number of stations are not equipped with lifts. Nearly all London bus services are equipped for wheelchair users.

Heathrow Airport Transfer & Chauffeur Service – 

Executive-Chauffeur.com helps passenger with premier chauffeur service to and from Heathrow Airport to London and other parts of UK. Book Now or Get Quotes online!

Heathrow Airport Transfer & Chauffeur Service

Executive cars & Chauffeur hire at Stoke ParkStoke Park Chauffeur Ser

Stoke Park

Stoke Park

A magnificent mansion house set in a captivating parkland setting designed by Capability Brown, Stoke Park is a supremely comfortable country retreat not far from Windsor and central London. The hotel provides both traditional and contemporary accommodation, 13 tennis courts, a fabulous 27-hole championship golf course and one of the country’s best spas.

Location

Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire. Within easy access of the M4, M40 and M25. Just 4 miles from Windsor Castle, 23 miles from central London (18 minutes by train to London Paddington), 6 miles from Eton Dorney Lake (Olympic Games 2012 rowing venue) and 7 miles from London Heathrow airport.

Things to enjoy

27-hole championship golf course, extensive indoor and outdoor golf teaching and practice facilities, luxurious Stoke Park Spa with 11 treatment rooms, indoor swimming pool with hydro seats, outdoor sun terrace, 13 tennis courts, steam rooms, fitness pavilion with a fully equipped gymnasium, spinning and fitness studios hosting over 40 classes a week including Yoga, Pilates and Zumba, exquisite cuisine in Humphry’s, private dining and cooking demonstrations with the executive chef, Chris Wheeler, historical heritage walk, crèche, games room, outdoor play area and 14 acres of private gardens.

Stoke Park hosts the annual pre-Wimbledon tennis tournament – The Boodles. Every June since 2002, The Boodles has been attracting the world’s tennis elite to warm up for Wimbledon in the most exclusive, intimate and luxurious grass court tournament of the summer season. Set within the beautiful grounds of Stoke Park, the tournament combines world-class tennis with a quintessentially English summer garden party. Past players have included Boris Becker, Goran Ivanisevic, Tim Henman, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro.

Services

Sweeping stairs, chandeliers, vast marble bathrooms, sumptuous four-poster beds and fine antiques make staying here an almost regal experience. The same can be said of the excellent food, wine and palatial dining halls. Such indulgence is enhanced with the award-winning Spa, Health and Racquet Pavilion which echoes the magnificence of the Stoke Park Mansion. The 1908 27-hole parkland golf course is one of the first and finest of its kind in the world.

Dining

Stoke Park is the perfect place to entertain family, friends and clients. Humphry’s, Stoke Park’s fine dining restaurant, is one of the most popular destinations outside London and was awarded 3 AA Rosettes in 2013 (Top 20 Best Out of Town Restaurants – Harper’s Bazaar Restaurant Guide). San Marco’s is the Italian brasserie serving light healthy meals and offering alfresco dining, or visit The Orangery for a relaxing all day dining experience including traditional afternoon tea.

Leisure

The Club shop offers high quality clothing, gifts, confectionary and souvenirs. The Boutique in the Health and Racquet Pavilion offers health and beauty products.

Meetings and Business

Tape recorder . Dance floor. Disc recorder. Lectern. Slide projector. Pinboard. Flipchart. Microphones / Stationary. Movie projector. Overhead projector . Screen . Sound equipment. Screen / Backstage projector. Video conference facilities. *NB:Hire charges apply for all of the above.


Executive Cars & Chauffeur Hire – Stoke Park

Executive-Chauffeur.com helps visitors with a premier chauffeur service to and from Stoke Park to London, airports and other parts of UK. Book Now to secure your Chauffeur.

Hotel Address

Stoke Park
Park Road
Stoke Poges (Nr. Windsor)
Buckinghamshire SL2 4PG. England

Cliveden House

Cliveden House

Cliveden House

Cliveden House

Cliveden House is a privately owned luxury 5 Red Star award-winning stately home with a colourful history for the elite. Over 350 years old and set in 375 acres of gardens and woodlands.

Built in 1666 by the 2nd Duke of Buckingham as a gift to his mistress the Italian mansion Cliveden House has remained a pinnacle of intrigue and glamour. In its past has been home to an earl, three countesses, two dukes, a Prince of Wales and the Viscounts of Astor. More recently Cliveden was used by Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland the night before the Royal Wedding.

Location

Cliveden House is in the village of Taplow, Buckinghamshire and can be reached by road, boat, and is just 25 minutes away from Heathrow airport and an hour from London.

National trust

Cliveden has become one of the National Trust’s most popular pay-for-entry visitor attractions hosting almost 460,000 visitors in 2016

Facilities

Facilities include Spa, Tennis, Gym, 375 acres of National Trust managed Grounds (including The Maze), two boats and meeting space.

Executive Cars & Chauffeur Hire – Cliveden House

Executive-Chauffeur.com helps passenger with premier chauffeur service to and from Cliveden House to London and other parts of UK. Book Now or Get Quotes online!

Hotel Address

Cliveden House & Spa
Taplow
Berkshire
SL6 0JF
England

Contact Us

Contact Us

Executive Chauffeur

Tel: 0330 22 33330
Fax: Available on request

Out of office hours: (GMT)
UK: + 44 (0) 7967 222 085

Calling from outside UK
UK: +44 (0) 1753 740529

E-mail: [email protected]

Correspondence Address:
Malindi House
Lambert Avenue
Slough
Berkshire
SL3 7EB
United Kingdom

Exclusive chauffeur hire services around London, Gerrards Cross, Stoke Poges, Wexham, Farnham Royal , Fulmer & Beaconsfield!