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Taxi Hampstead Garden Suburb to Heathrow

Please note all of these prices are for the following trips:Mini Cab Hampstead Garden Suburb to HeathrowFares for the reverse trip are also shown.If you would like to make a booking or an enquiry please call us on 0207 254 3344, or alternatively you can email us at blackberrycars@live.co.uk

We also offer transfers to many other London locations. Please call us for details.

Vehicle / Capacity

Transfer Hampstead Garden Suburb to Heathrow

Transfer Heathrow to Hampstead Garden Suburb


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4 4 4




5 5 5




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*These fares are all inclusive of parking and waiting at the airport/station/port.

Please note these are all fixed fares, with no meters or surge pricing.

Meet and greet

If you are arriving at an airport, station or cruise port, please meet your driver at the following designated pickup points:

  • For Heathrow:Terminals 1-4 Information Desk.
  • For Heathrow:Terminal 5 – Outside Costa Coffee
  • For Gatwick:North/South Terminals – Information Desk
  • For Stansted:Information Desk
  • For Luton: Outside Costa Coffee
  • For City:Information Desk
  • For Stations:
  • For Cruise ports:

Your driver will be holding a board displaying the Blackberry Cars logo and your name. For further details of our meet and greet service please see our Airport Pickup Guide.

These are all fixed price fares with no hidden extras.


Hampstead Heath, affectionately known by Londoners as simply “the Heath”, is a popular nature reserve situated on the London Clay. Visitors can take their time, strolling among the many ponds, hills, forests and recreational areas. The Heath covers approximately 790 acres, and is the cross country running capital of Britain. Much of the area is a natural conservation reserve for a variety of birds and animals, including grass snakes and terrapins and woodpeckers.
What was once considered an intrusion and blight on the face of Hampstead Health, the Vale of Health was an otherwise picturesque village. Built in 1777 on former marsh land, the village was one time home to essayist Leigh Hunt, who frequently entertained such literary giants as Shelley, Keats and Byron. As a way of driving more visitors to the village, the name “Vale of the Health” was conceived in the late 1800s, and soon became popular. The village has endured to this day; albeit as a collection of villas and cottages.

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