Services on the A34
Below is a list of all the signposted services on the A34 between Winchester and Oxford.
Sutton ScotneyBetween Winchester and Whitchurch, Hampshire, SO21 3JY. (Location Map)
Full details: Sutton Scotney
A dual-sided Roadchef site - formerly a large Little Chef.
Tot HillBetween Whitchurch and Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 9BX. (Google Maps)
The McDonald's and filling station are open 24 hours
Shell operate the filling station
ChieveleyBetween Newbury and Didcot, Berkshire, RG18 9XX. (Location Map)
Costa, WHSmith and the filling station are all open 24 hours
Full details: Chieveley
Moto motorway service area at the junction with the M4.
Berkshire DownSouthbound between Newbury and Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 0RW. (Google Maps)
DidcotAt Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX14 4TX. (Google Maps)
The McDonald's and filling station are both open 24 hours
BP Express operate the filling station
PeartreeBetween Oxford and Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX2 8JZ. (Location Map)
Full details: Peartree
Welcome Break's newest service area, previously a large Little Chef.
Family FarmBetween Kidlington and Wendlesbury, Oxfordshire, OX25 3QQ. (Google Maps)
BP Express operate the northbound filling station
Shell operate the southbound filling station
Euro Garages operate the northbound restaurant
23.5 Degrees operate the southbound restaurant
For a couple of years after the completion of the M40, this was the last service station before Birmingham. The northbound side was deliberately built with this in mind, but the southbound side pre-dates this considerably: it was once a garage by the side of the A43 Oxford to Northampton road.
The first of the two southbound services consists of only a Shell with lots of room for expansion, and the second one houses a Starbucks, several houses and a derelict Fina petrol station which now sells motorhomes.
The petrol station closed in the 1990s and was known for being particularly cheap. The Shell garage used to be quiet and run-down, possibly due to the direct competition. The Starbucks was an Eat & Go restaurant until February 2016, and until September 2012 it was a Little Chef. In the late 1980s Little Chef moved in to the building originally occupied by the Layby Cafe from their previous position on the other side of the petrol station.The northbound services are a much later addition, built as a Happy Eater which later became the common Little Chef/Burger King combination. In 2011 this site was refurbished to Little Chef's new look, Wonderfully British. It is expected to close in 2017.
The following icons may be used on this page:
- services are eastbound only (N = northbound, W = westbound, S = southbound)
- the services are accessed off a junction
- there are two services, on either side of the road
- some facilities open 24 hours
- the services completely close at night
- no HGV parking is available
- further information available on this link
- the services are actually part of a motorway service area
- the services are actually part of a truckstop