Ashford Station

Ashford Station Transfer

Meet and Greet Service

We offer a free meet and greet service on all airport, train stations and cruise port pickups. On your arrival, our driver will be waiting in the airport/seaport or train stations arrival hall with your name on the signboard.

No extra charges for train delays

As we monitor the train status in advance, there are no additional charges for train delays

We provide licensed transfer service to and from any part of the United Kingdom 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our prices are very competitive and considerably lower than metered taxis at the taxi stands.

Passengers can pre-book their train Transfer Service online at fixed prices. Our unique online booking system is totally secure and simple to use.

Booking your train transportation online could not be easier with our secure online booking and payment system. However, we are always available on the phone to assist you with any queries. Please call us on 01273 579666 - 582000


Ashford International railway station is a National Rail station in Ashford, Kent, England. It connects several railway lines, including High Speed 1 and the South Eastern Main Line. Services are operated by Southeastern and Southern.

The station opened in 1842 as Ashford by the South Eastern Railway (SER) as a temporary terminus of the line from London to Dover via Croydon. Connections to Folkestone, Canterbury and Hastings opened within ten years. It was renamed Ashford (Kent) in 1923. There have been two significant rebuilds; in the 1960s for the South Eastern Main Line electrification, and to accommodate international services in the 1990s. The station was renamed as Ashford International in 1996. International services were reduced following the completion of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link and the opening of Ebbsfleet International in 2007, but were partially restored before being suspended indefinitely in 2020. Domestic services along High Speed 1 to St Pancras have been running since 2009.