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Brand New Parking Service
One of the official, onsite Heathrow airport parking services, the Long Stay Heathrow Terminal 5 car park is well sign-posted as you approach the airport and is very convenient option. This limited offer means you can park just minutes from Terminal 5. Regular security patrols, CCTV, barriers and a security fence, as well as transfers every ten minutes, make this is a popular choice at Heathrow. Take advantage of this exclusive offer while it lasts!
Reviews for Long Stay T5:
Bit confusing finding it. The ticket should have shown the parking space clearer. When we arrived and worked out where we should park, there were no spaces, so we took the first one, which would have had a knock on affect.we but once parked it worked well.Mrs Moody (Heathrow Long Stay T5)
I have park at the long term parking at Gatwick 4 or 5 times & it was my first time to use Heathrow & I was quite nerouvs because Heathrow airport is really big airport but it was very better than I thought & very simple. The car park is small for terminal 5 & it was much easier than Gatwick as the car park at Gatwick is too big & too many people. When I first looking for quote price for Heathrow back in December & it was Â£90 then I waiting till the nearest time & the price have gone down to Â£35 due to winter offer & I booked staright away ! Very happy with price & the car park at Heathrow was best I've ever use than Gatwick.Mr Pike (Heathrow Long Stay T5)
Everything as described and worked perfectly for me. Apart from thanking the bus driver, I did not see anyone to talk to, not that there was the need.Mrs Willcox-Jones (Heathrow Long Stay T5)
Everything was perfect. Only slight glotch was when we left and put our ticket on the machine and the display read outstanding balance of over Â£250!! All sorted after speaking with someone!!Mr Turnbull (Heathrow Long Stay T5)
Everything went smoothly and as described although there were many cars already parked we did find a space . Overall very happy with the serviceMr Amor (Heathrow Long Stay T5)
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Overall rating: 92% by 220 guests
Reasons to book Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5
- Heathrow airport's own Terminal 5 parking for less than a fiver a day!
- Award-winning security with 24-hour CCTV and regular patrols let you know your car is in good hands.
- Transfers are included in the price, so you'll have more money for your holiday.
- You get to keep your keys, keeping you in control.
Arrival at Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5
The car park has automatic number plate recognition, so make sure you give us your car registration number when you book.
At the entry barrier, the machine will read and recognise your registration number, give you a ticket and lift automatically. Keep the ticket with you as you'll need it when you get back. Then, drive in and park in a space. It's a good idea to make a note of the zone and row you've parked in on your ticket, along with the nearest bus stop to make it easier to find your car when you get back. Then, just wait at the bus stop for the transfer bus and you'll be at check-in in around 7 minutes. If you're arriving between 23:30 and 05:30, you'll need to press the button at the barrier to get a transfer. If you have any problems, press the button at the barrier for help.
Getting to and from Heathrow airport
When you've parked simply hop on the transfer bus to the terminal. It runs every 10 minutes and takes just 7 minutes - and the best thing is, it's included in the price. When you get back from holiday, just head to Bus Stop 21 outside the terminal and catch the bus back to the car park. The bus runs every 10 minutes between 05:30 and 23:30. Outside of these hours, you'll need to use the intercom at the bus stop to get the transfer bus.
On your return to Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5
Once you've landed back in the UK, you'll need to head to Bus Stop 21 just outside the arrivals hall and hop on a bus back to the car park. The bus runs every 10 minutes between 05:30 and 23:30. Outside of these hours, you'll need to use the intercom at the bus stop to get the transfer bus.
Once you're at the car park, drive to the exit barrier, insert the ticket you were given when you first arrived and the barrier will lift and you're off home!
If your booking reference isn't printed on your ticket, or you have any problems, press the call button for help.
There are parking bays for Blue Badge holders near the bus stops and the transfer buses are wheelchair-accessible.
Transfers between 23:30 and 05:30 run on demand only, so if you need to get from the airport to the car park between these times, call the car park and the transfer bus will come and get you.
There is a height limit of 2.4m, though the largest vehicle they can take is a transit van or a 16-seater minibus. If a vehicle takes more than one space, the car park may charge for two spaces.
Parking prices are calculated in 24-hour blocks, starting from the time you arrive at the car park. If you park for more days than you booked, the car park will charge you for the extra days at its normal rate when you come back. If you leave the car park early, unfortunately we can't give you a refund.
You need to give us your car registration number either when you book, or sometime before you go. If you change the car you're going to be travelling in, you need to give us the new details.
Heathrow Long Stay Terminal 5 Address
Northern Perimeter Road,