01

Porsche Hire

Iconic and versatile enough for adventure travelers

02

Rolls Royce Hire

Ultimate expression of modern elegance and luxury.

03

Bentley Hire

Extraordinary luxury and prestige. A true classic icon.

Excellent Service, on time, clean, presentable, reliable. Thanks @mme

Kimberly

Guys @mmeprestige a MASSIVE Thank You to James our driver

Chloe

 

Are you interested in booking a car? Click the button below and book your prestigious vehicle now!

Book your Vehicle

Why our Wedding Car Hire Stapleford Abbots Services?

Operating across London and the Home Counties, MME Prestige provides chauffeur driven luxury vehicles with a tailored service to suit your wedding or party needs.

We know that everyone will have the own personal requirements so we will endeavor to work with you for a truly bespoke service. We aim to have all eyes on you, before you are even in sight.

We own a fleet of luxury cars that epitomize the best of British travel. So whether you’re off to a wedding, party or that special walk down the aisle we will provide a car that will let you arrive with class, grace and elegance.

We pride ourselves in maintaining our vehicles ensuring they are well looked after and in pristine condition for that perfect wedding night. Our drivers are extremely experienced and polite; you will receive a courteous service as expected from any professional chauffeur.

About Stapleford Abbots

Stapleford Abbotts [n 1] is a village and civil parish in the Epping Forest district of Essex, approximately 9 km (5.6 mi) SW of Ongar, 7 km (4.3 mi) N of Romford and 8 km (5.0 mi) SSE of Epping. The whole parish is within the M25 motorway. The village covers 957 hectares and had a population of 959 in 2001,[3] increasing to 1,008 at the 2011 Census. The parish is mostly rural and agricultural with a scattering of farms and cottages, much of it is Metropolitan Green Belt protected land. The northern boundary of the parish is formed by the River Roding and the remainder of the parish is crossed by a number of streams that feed into it or form the headwater of the River Rom. As a result of geology the terrain is hilly and 28–90m above sea level (AOD) with most development at between 35m and 80m. The village itself consists of a straggle of mostly 20th-century housing stretching for about a mile along the elevated Romford to Ongar road from the boundary with Havering-atte-Bower. The medieval church (largely rebuilt in the 19th century) is situated in a relatively isolated position a further mile away from what is now the village, reflecting the fact that there was no single nucleus of settlement until the 20th century.

For any queries please contact us using the form or if you want a quick chat give us call on 02037456678