Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles in Whitby (North Yorkshire)
The company was started in 1983 by penny and this year the company is pleased to be celebrating its 30th anniversary in the taxi business. Penny Ran the business for many years as it grew from strength to strength. At the end of 1999 Marie and Duncan took over the business and re-branded the company to White Rose Taxis 2000. This gave the business a new look for a new millennium.
Over the years the company has taken different routes to get to where it is today. For many years White rose had the contract for the transporting of Heartbeat cast until it was taken off air in 2010. With the motivation to keep going the company diversified and is now the NHS transport provider for Whitby and the surrounding Areas. We are a business who can't do enough for their customers. If you have any queries or requests we will deal with them to the best of our ability.
We specialize in longer distance journeys and cover any of the following airports:- Durham Tees Valley ( formerly Teesside). Newcastle International. Manchester. Liverpool John Lennon. Robin Hood Doncaster, East Midlands. Humberside. Birmingham International. Leeds Bradford. London Heathrow and Gatwick. London Stansted. We can quote for any other airport if required.
Transport to either of our nearest ports is available with a journey time of approximately two hours to either Newcastle-upon-Tyne or Hull. Liverpool will take roughly three hours and for your special world cruise we can also cover Southampton. Alternatively you could catch a rail link via White Rose Taxis:- We offer transport to all local main line stations including Middlesbrough, Darlington, Malton and York and can connect to any of the of the Esk Valley stations between Middlesbrough and Whitby on British Rail or any of the stations on the North York Moors railway between Grosmont and Pickering.
Personal and friendly service with drivers who know the area well.
Agressive driver who was very rude and agressive and even assualted the dog and they meant to be dog friendly don't think so would never use again while he works there
j stephenson - 23/06/2013 | report this review
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