Manchester to Abingdon with us

We provide Saloon Cars, Estate Cars, Executive cars and minibuses. Our drivers are all experienced local drivers who will make your transfer smooth and enjoyable. We can also offer a ‘meet and greet’ service at your request. Our services are available 24/7 with staff at hand to attend to any queries you may have, whether it be before or after you have made a booking.

A ‘Meet and Greet’ service can be arranged when booking whereby the driver will be in arrivals with the passenger’s name or company name, whichever you prefer. A comforting thought, especially for first time visitors in a foreign country.

If your flight is early or subject to delays, we will track your flight’s progress and send your driver at the new expected time of arrival.

A lot of our work is corporate based so if you are booking a taxi for other people you need not worry, we will give them the professional quality service they would expect. We can send receipts via email on request.

Remember, this is a set fare, no taxi meters, no hidden charges, regardless of the route or time taken from Manchester.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – PLEASE READ! We advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment. If your transfer is within the next 12 hours please call us the number given on top of the page.

Please ensure you book the correct taxi for your Manchester Airport or Around Manchester to Abingdon journey. Vehicle capacity is indicated below:

Saloon Car

Oneway: £191.00

Return: £380.00

4x passengers 2x Suitcase 2x Hand Luggage


Estate Car

Oneway: £210.00

Return: £416.00

4x passengers 4x Suitcase 4x Hand Luggage

Executive Car

Oneway: £220.00

Return: £430.00

4x passengers 2x Suitcase 2x Hand Luggage

8 Seater Minibus

Oneway: £248.00

Return: £488.00

8x passengers 8x Suitcase 8x Hand Luggage

Overview of Abingdon

Located six miles south-west of Oxford, the former county town of Berkshire had a slight name change in 2012 to become Abingdon-on-Thames. Best known for MG Car manufacturing, Abingdon is recognised for special architectural merit with some thirty-four 17th century buildings and twenty-two even older.Evidence exists of an early Bronze Age settlement which, at over 6,000 years old, makes Abingdon the oldest continuously occupied town in Britain.
An Abbey was established in the 7th century which was visited by William the Conqueror and his son, the future Henry I, was educated here. By the time of Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries, Abingdon Abbey was the sixth richest in Britain. Parts of the building remain and play an active part in community events.When the Wilts and Berks Canal opened, Abingdon became a key link between major industrial centres such as Bristol, London, Birmingham and the Black Country.
Although abandoned in 1906, a voluntary trust is now working to restore and re-open it. The original Abingdon railway branch line is now a popular cyclepath. Road bridges crossing the rivers’ Thames and Ock are listed as ancient monuments. Abingdon Bridge dates from 1416 and is technically two bridges, linked by Nags Head Island.The town was granted a market charter in the 13th century and there is a market each Monday and Farmers’ Market on the third Friday in the month except bank holidays.
There are riverside parks and gardens, space for angling and leisure facilities for tennis, swimming and boating.

Abingdon Hotel Addresses:

Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel

Marcham Road
OX14 1TZ
Tel: 01235 553456

The Upper Reaches Hotel

Thames Street
OX14 3JA
Tel: 01235 522536

Crown and Thistle Hotel

18 Bridge Street
OX14 3HS
Tel: 01235 522556

Premier Inn Abingdon Hotel

Marcham Road
OX14 1AD
Tel: 0871 527 8014

De Vere Venues Milton Hill House

Milton Hill Steventon
OX13 6AF
Tel: 0844 980 2314

The Cosener’s House

Abbey Close
OX14 3JD
Tel: 01235 523198

Abbey Guest House

136 Oxford Road
OX14 2AG
Tel: 01235 537020