VALENTINES DAY SPECIAL

Book a Valentines treat for the one you love, this Valentines Day!

Let Aiden take care of everything and I mean everything. The Singing Cabbie will pick you up from your chosen address and usher you into his famous London taxi. You will be greeted with a starlit sky, beautiful red carpet and a bottle of champagne.

You will be driven to your chosen memory lane destination, which could be where you first met, where you had your first kiss - wherever it happens to be, Aiden will sing your favourite songs in his own intimate style.

Be the first to book your special Valentines Day taxi ride today.

1 hour

'V Day Special'

London Singing Cab Ride

with Champagne

£99

Book today and reserve for any date

up until 14 April 2021

Booking Information

A 60 minute ride includes the total amount of journey time. Bookings can be made by calling Aiden on 07956 456 360. Payment can be made by credit card or cash on the day. A 20% non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking. For more information, please fill in the contact form here.

COVID Safety Information

Aiden takes all precautionary Covid secure measures to make sure your ‘Singing Cabbie’ ride is as safe as can be. The natural perspex screening that divides the passenger from Aiden and which is a natural feature of all London Taxis, comes with the sanitisation and thorough carpet, seat and handle cleaning after each journey.

 

The Champagne is uncorked before you step into the Cab and cleaned glasses are supplied for you within the Ice bucket. There needs to be no contact between passengers and Aiden, and payment is made via credit card or just as easily cash in an envelope. In these extraordinary times Aiden would want you to feel as safe and secure as humanly possible, and if there are any questions that you feel haven’t been addressed please feel free to ask.

"Thank you so much for Thursday had such a lovely time and Alister really enjoyed himself. It was worth every penny and we really enjoyed ourselves.  Stay safe and try not to over do things have a lovely Christmas."