Harveys Taxis is run by Sean and Claire Harvey. We were both born in the island of Guernsey and we’ve been working in the tourist industry for over 20 years. After working for other firms in the island we decided to set up our own firm, Harveys Taxis, in October 2017.
We already have a good client base and have our own radio link to the independent drivers that work on our link. With many weddings and tours already booked for 2018 it’s looking good for Harveys taxis.
We can offer services for corporate companies, finance houses and private customer accounts are also available.
We have a fleet of wedding cars to suit all budgets, including:
Our black Lexus 250 has a light grey interior and can be decorated with white ribbons on the front of the car, ribbons on the door handles and flowers on the parcel shelf. Our drivers wear black livery, comprising of a black suit and chauffer’s hat, complete with gloves to ensure that everything looks perfect for your big day.
Prices for the Lexus 250 start from £100.
Our Jaguar XF-R Sport comes in high gloss black and is a great looking car.
We can decorate it in wedding ribbons on the front and door handles, together with flowers on the parcel shelf.
Our drivers are decked in black livery including a chauffer’s cap and gloves.
Prices for Jaguar XF-sport start from £200.
Contact us to discuss your wedding ideas, we can offer both cars for bride and groom and also arrange guest transport for your special day. We can also arrange collection from the Airport and Harbour for guests arriving from off-island.
For a free quote, please contact Sean or Claire Harvey on 07781 406222, or email [email protected] with your requirements and we will contact you.
Harveys Taxis has more than 20 years’ experience of offering tours of Guernsey.
Our locally-born drivers are very knowledgeable about the history of the island, from the beautiful town of St Peter Port and its history, to showing visitors the stunning views of the Channel Islands from atop the German bunker at Jerboug Point.
Our tours take in the famous Little Chapel, set in a picturesque valley in the charming parish of St Andrews. We stop by Pleinmont Point to see the German gun emplacement from the time when Guernsey was occupied during World War 2. Visitors can then visit premier tourist attractions such as Guernsey Pearl on the West Coast for refreshments and its view of Fort Grey. Then it’s back in the car for a drive along the beautiful west coast of the island, up to the north, on the way taking in the sweeping sands of Vazon Bay and Cobo beach. There are more lovely beaches to be seen in the north of the island, including L’Ancresse Bay and Pembroke, as well as the charming fishing port of St Sampson and the Bridge, Guernsey’s second town.