About Us

Grafton Travel is part of the Grafton Taxis Group and is committed to providing a reliable, prompt service to all our customers. We aim to provide clean, comfortable travel for your journey, with an emphasis on it being your journey. Whether it is an airport transfer or local trip, if you have any requirements such as comfort stops, assistance with luggage or shopping, children’s booster seats, all you need to do is ask! With our new luxury 8 seater, we now offer executive airport transfers in style! with reclining leather seats, fully air conditioned, loads of leg room and tons of luggage space- your airport transfer will never be more comfortable.

Please visit our Airport Transfers page for information about our service across Devon and Cornwall, connection to airports such as Exeter, Bristol, Gatwick and Heathrow. All prices quoted are for one car carrying up to 4 passengers and 4 cases.

Please visit our Ferry Transfer page for information about our service to and from the main ferry ports, including Folkestone, Portsmouth and Plymouth.

 

Plan a journey

Our customers enjoy a quick and easy booking process with email confirmations and receipts as required.

Can’t find your journey?

Please call us on

01626 444 111

info@grafton-taxis.co.uk

or use our contact form.

Grafton Travel, part of the Grafton Taxis Groups, is an established company with a fleet of well maintained vehicles and locally-based, friendly drivers. Our aim is to provide an affordable transfer service with a prompt, reliable and approachable driver. Assistance with luggage is provided as standard.

“Excellent service”

Dr Rowe, Newton Abbot, 8th May 2017

“I would recommend Grafton Taxis to others”

Mr Betts, Newton Abbot, 19th June 2017

“Car was clean and tidy”

Mrs de Freyne-Martin, Bradley Barton, 3rd July 2017

“the driver was polite and helpful”

Ms Cholet, International, 19th July 2017

“the standard of driving was good”

Ms Matsumoto, International, 27th July 2017

“the driver arrived on time to collect me”

Mr Clark, Highweek, 31st August 2017