About Taxis in Bath
Taxis Smart Minibuses, Bath
Steve Moss set up Taxi in Bath and Smart Minibuses of Bath over 35 years ago. Throughout the intervening years his taxi company has gained a reputation for reliability and competitive pricing.
Deciding to keep the business small and agile Steve has provided his customers with a better, more personalised service.
We may not be the biggest but we are always aiming to be the best!
Our drivers all have a minimum of five years’ experience, have been CRB checked and completed the latest in safeguarding training.
On top of this, they also all have emergency first aid training, meaning you are in the safest of hands. We only take on the best, ensuring you only ever get the best possible service.
Our small fleet of vehicles are clean and tidy.
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Suggested taxi tours
If you would like a tour to anywhere in the UK we are happy to speak to you about it and supply you with a price. Closer to home there are some amazing places to visit in the west of England. Here are a few suggestions for places you might like to visit.
Stonehenge is one of the best known ancient wonders of the world.
With a 3500 year history, this mighty neolithic monument stands the test of time as one of ancient man’s greatest and logic defying triumphs of architecture.
Built in 3 phases over 1500 years we are still trying to understand the true purpose behind its monolithic stones. Was it a temple for sun worshippers, a burial site or perhaps a giant calendar?
20 miles from Stonehenge lies the village of Avebury and Avebury henge.
Avebury henge is a larger henge than Stonehenge and unlike Stonehenge you can walk among the stones and enen tough them.
You will also enter into a neolithic burial mound and Europe’s tallest prehistoric man-made structure at Avebury.
Longleat House and Safari Park
Longleat House and Safari Park is situared near the town of Warminster.
It is the home of Alexander Thynn, the 7th Marquess of Bath, his son, Viscount Ceawlin Thynn, and Viscountess Emma Weymouth.
There are over 900 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped parkland, a safari park, maze, animal shows and regular events, there’s plenty to see and do.