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Tavistock taxis

Taxi Tavistock

We’re your local, family-run taxi service in Tavistock, Devon. We pride ourselves on our reliable, professional and friendly service. If you’re in need of a taxi in Tavistock, pick up the phone and give us a call and one of our friendly team members will be happy to help.

We serve: Tavistock, Whitchurch, Yelverton, Horrabridge, Mary Tavy, Peter Tavy, Lamerton, Chaddlehanger, Wilminstone, Gunnislake, Rushford, Princetown, Grenofen & Gulworthy.

Reliable & Professional

We want to ensure you have the most pleasant and efficient journey.

Friendly & Polite

Our drivers are local and always serve with a smile. We want you to feel comfortable and at ease.

Taxi Service in Tavistock

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“Whenever I need a taxi near me, I know who to call! Really pleasant service and always punctual” – Jill, Tavistock

“When you need a taxi in Tavistock or nearby don’t hesitate to try these guys – you won’t be disappointed” – Mark, Yelverton

“I have TT’s on speed dial now I use them so often! Always the first taxi service I recommend to friends and family” – Sarah, Gunnislake

Our Town - Tavistock

Tavistock is a bustling, friendly market town that’ll provide a memorable experience for anyone. An ancient stannary town and the traditional birth place of cream tea, Tavistock can boast being the only town in Devon to hold a world heritage status. A huge range of lovely local independent shops are a welcome change to the average UK high street. A highlight has to be the ancient pannier market.  Along with the award-winning farmers’ market,  these locations provide an experience any shopper will enjoy.

Tavistock is located right at the foot of the national park Dartmoor. The Western Moor is a magical and beautiful area for walking or cycling. There are also numerous National Trust properties very near by such as: Lydford Gorge, Cotehele and Buckland Abbey

Drakes Trail and the West Devon Way to Plymouth are both easy-to-access cycling routes that you can find right from the town centre. There are also many guided walks from the town. Or if you fancy something else, why not embrace the cold with some wild swimming in the local waterways, trying your hand at golf on the golf course set on the Moor, visiting the museum, exercising in the gym, doing some lengths at the swimming pool and enjoying the local arts centre.