Private Taxi Hire
Taxis are available for hire at the contact number, pre booking can be arranged by phone or email in our 'Get in touch' page.
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Person Centered Support Travel
We regard this as a specialised service. Our drivers are from the central belt of Scotland and have extensive experience of travelling to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Prestwick airports. Having local knowledge of the road network, we can deviate quickly if there is a problem on the main approaches. We also appreciate that getting home is vital, so we monitor your flight number to ensure that we are at the airport for its arrival.
We have some incredible places in Scotland and we attract people from all over the world to see our sights. At Wee G we have compiled some micro tours which can be explored in a day from the Angus area. These are some examples listed below, however each tour can be completely tailored and our vehicle and driver is completely at your service.
This is a three castle tour in West Lothian which incorporates
Blackness Castle, Linlithgow's Fort against invasion from the Forth.
Niddry Castle, Mary's hiding place when escaping capture form Leven Castle.
and the beautiful Linlithgow Palace, the birth place of Mary Queen of Scots.
This trip is via the Forth bridges visiting Helix Park which hosts 'The Kelpies' and the Falkirk wheel which connects the Union Canal to the Forth and Clyde Canal. And the NEW Canal Tunnel.
This is a trip 'Doon the Water' to Ayrshire to experience the strange phenomenon known as the Electric Brae. You free wheel up the hill??. The trip also includes a visit to Burns Cottage.
Note from Ian
I hope this gives an indication of the services on offer. I thought of the micro tours, basically we Scots do enjoy visiting and exploring places but tend to go further a field. This could be a way to see some of our sights without having to dedicate too much time, and keep main holidays for larger vacations .
I do recommend Linlithgow Palace ( Took me seventeen years of living in Linlithgow to actually visit the palace, but what an experience, wished I had gone sooner).