Floyd - Answered a Question by Andrew (05 Oct 08 16:07)

We travelled from Southampton to Preston on the 26th September and as my husband is diabled he has a wheelchair. This was put in the luggage hold, but when we got home the foot rests were missing. Please could you let me know if they were found and are now in the left luggage at your depot. If so how can I get them back. We found Evesway travel drivers very friendly and very helpful.The coaches were very comfortable and had enough leg room especially when you are disabled and he was able to sit at the back of the driver as he is unabled to go up the stairs. Thank you for a pleasant journey. Yours Faithfully T.H. Floyd (Mrs) .

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Hunt - Answered a Question by Andrew (18 Jun 08 20:40)

Yes. A long way to travel, But the coaches are very comfy and you have two or three stops on the way down. with a bit of luck you could be in one of there new ones with lots of leg room. A must for me when travelling to Southampton.

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Gibbon - Answered a Question by Andrew (31 Aug 08 15:41)

Yes. My wife and I used Eavesway Coaches from Glasgow to Southamptom in July 2007 and again in May 2008. We travelled from Aberdeen to Buchanan Street Bus stationon on the day before and stayed in the nearby Holiday Inn which was convenient for the 5 a.m. start the following morning. The Coaches were the best we have travelled in anywhere in the world asnd the drivers were absolutely marvellous. 'Just leave your cases to me and you'll see them next in your cabin'! The journey of approximately eight hours driving was nicely broken by the pick up stops and the convenient refreshment breaks. So its 'Eavesway' for me every time. Robert M Cooper, Aberdeen.

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Doig - Answered a Question by Andrew (11 Feb 10 09:21)

What is the the return price for two adults travelling to southampton cruise terminal from glasgow.

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Wilcox - Answered a Question by Andrew (02 Jun 14 11:16)

We travelled with Eavesway in May 2014. The coach and driver were both excellent and great communication. They drop off in Bolton town centre, whereas Cruise Connect drop off the Reebok Stadium, which is quite a way out for us. Also their price is much more favourable. As with most travel now their is a weight restriction on suitcase weight, but you were allowed 2 cases if you needed them. Well done Eavesway, we will only use them in future. Anita, Radcliffe .

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