Airport transfers Botley, Oxfordshire

At the forefront of taxi dispatch technology and with the largest fleet in the area Royal Cars are the reliable choice for booking Airport Transfers – Cars, Mpv’s, Minibuses & Executive hire services for residents of Botley.

Botley airport taxi services

Royal Cars provide airport taxi transfer services to and from Botley, Oxfordshire for the five main airports surrounding Oxford.

Book your airport transfer or taxi online, by phone or via our app.

You can book your Royal Cars Taxi to or from airports or Oxford with Royal Cars 24 hours a day, seven days a week, or download our iPhone or Android apps.

Our single tap app, makes booking a taxi very easy! Download our free app now. Available for both iPhone and Android devices. 

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If you’re off on business start your journey the right way and hire one of our executive cars for your airport transfer and relax in comfort while you go through those all important papers for your meetings.

Families can take advantage of our range of MPV class taxis while larger groups such as hen and stag parties can transfer to and from the airport together.

Royal cars don’t just provide airport transfer services to and from Botley, we also provide an essential local taxi service for residents to get to other local amenities, with Oxford being 6 miles away a lengthy journey on the busses might be a bit of an inconvenience.

A bit more about Botley, Oxfordshire

Botley is a village in the parish of North Hinksey in the Oxford county and was historically part of Berkshire.

Botley has a good variety of shops and services that are located in three areas,

  • The square
  • Botley Mills just adjacent to the square
  • Hilliers Centre in Woodhouse Lane

With a good variety or stores comprising of:

  • Arts & Craft
  • Cars & Boats
  • Children’s Clothing
  • Country Pursuits
  • Fashion
  • Food
  • Hairdressing
  • Health and Beauty
  • House, home & garden
  • IT & Graphic Design

Botley’s first settlement began when the Roman Road from Chichester to Bitterne crossed the River Hamble to Curbridge and ran near to present day Manor Farm.

During Saxon times a church was built and in the first millennium rising sea levels forced travellers to ford the river upstream and Botley Village was developed.

Some fun facts about Botley

  • William Cobbet lived in Botley between 1805 & 1820
  • In the early 20th century Botley was the strawberry trade centre in Southern Hampshire
  • Flour milling continued in Botley up until the mid 1980’s
  • The market hall was built in 1848
  • The tranquil riverside recreation area was once a river dock and used in the 17th 18th & 19th century to import and export raw materials and timber products

Botley, Oxfordshire

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