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Taxi To/From Kilmarnock
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Taxi Transfers To/From Kilmarnock
Glasgow Airport To Or From Kilmarnock £40
Glasgow To Or From Kilmarnock £38
Edinburgh Airport To Or From Kilmarnock £85
Edinburgh To Or From Kilmarnock £90
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Taxi To/From Kilmarnock
If you require a taxi to/from Kilmarnock to any airport or City in the UK then look no further than a Grant Scottish Travel taxi transfer. It wont matter if you require a taxi transfer from Kilmarnock to Glasgow Airport or a taxi transfer from Glasgow Airport to Kilmarnock as the price of £38.00 is always the same and we not only guarantee the lowest fare but also a fixed price to a range of destinations so you always know the price before you start your journey. We have various payment options available when booking and we offer a 24/7 service. Do not hesitate to give us a call and we can answer any questions you may have.
** Grant Scottish Travel specialise in Airport and City to City transfers hence we DO NOT offer local taxi journeys**
Information On Kilmarnock
Kilmarnock is large town located in East Ayrshire some 24 miles south of Glasgow City and sits on the M77 motorway that stretches between Stranraer and joins the M8 in Glasgow. By road it is approx 35 minutes drive to Glasgow Airport and just over 1 hour to Edinburgh Airport with no direct rail or buses to either.
Famous for many things none more so than Johnnie Walker who in 1820 introduced selling whisky in his familys high street convienence store. Johnnie Walker is now the most widely sold blended Scotch whisky anywhere throughout the world. The area is very proud of Johnnie Walker and his achievements and have erected a statue in his memory at Laigh Kirk close to the town centre.
This is a wonderful town surrounded by fabulous hills and valleys containing some of the best scenery not only Ayrshire but Scotland has to offer. A 15 minute drive will take you to mile after mile of white sandy beaches at Troon, Prestwick or Ayr and give you spectacular views across to the Isle of Arran and on a clear day The Giants Causway in Ireland.
For the traveler keen on a visit to Ireland a 60 mile trip south down the M77/A77 will allow ferry travel to both Belfast and Larne in Northern Ireland. The crossings take approx 2 hours so day trips or longer are available, There are two ferry companies that sail and both offer deals for foot and car passengers. Below you can access their websites and if your patient enough deals do pop up frequently.
(1) P & O Ferries – Scotland to Larne
(2) Stenaline – Scotland to Belfast
Places To Stay
Are you are planning to stay in Kilmarnock? Perharps you require a bed for the night then why not try one of the following bookings websites. You will find many value for money places to stay.
(1) Air B & B
Where To Visit When Here
You will be spoiled for choice when visiting Kilmarnock, any spare time can be spent walking around this fabulous historic town with many attractions for all to see and visit.
You may want to venture a little further and walk through miles of wonderful countryside. It wont matter which direction you walk as the whole town is surrounded by mile after mile of beautiful greenery and undulating hills.
By car, taxi, train or bus the options available to fill your day are endless. In 30 minutes you arrive in Glasgow where shopping, free entry museums, restaurants by the hundreds with a range of foods to die for are within minutes of each other. Perharps for the sportsman you may prefer to take a tour around Ibrox or Parkhead stadiums and enjoy footballing history like no other.
If scenery is a more appealing option then why not head North or South. Either way from Kilmarnock will take you up or down the beautiful west coast of Scotland. Stunning views, endless rugged coastlines and mile upon mile of white sandy beaches. Thats before you even consider the championship golf, boat trips and castles that will hold your attention for hours to come.
Many would ask, Kilmarnock, why Kilmarnock, well we hope we have told you why this is a great place to stay………Enjoy
Checkout The Weather
Finally why not check the weather before you land. Best place to check is certainly here at BBC weather online.
Wallace Monument Kilmarnock