Main Facilities: Restaurant, Fuel
The filling station is open 24hrs
AWJ Penrith Truckstop (HGVs Only)
Location & Services Type: Single site located at the M6 junction, Cumbria, CA11 9EH. [Google Maps link]
Operator: AWJ Forestry Products
Restaurants: Shop, Restaurant, Bar
Forecourt: Petroplus (fuel), AdBlue, LPG
Notes: AWJ Penrith Truckstop offers both commercial and non-commercial drivers a polite and friendly welcome to there site. Situated just 3 minutes away from junction 40 on the M6, they provide all the services needed for a safe, secure and clean visit.
Whether you are staying with them for the night or just popping in for a shower and some food they will strive to make sure your visit with them is one to remember. They offer an extensive 24 hour menu in their restaurant and are positive you will find something to fill you up ready for those long hours on the road. There fuel (accepting UK Fuels and KeyFuels cards) and parking are available 24/7 meaning you will never have to worry about sleeping in a layby around the area.
You can stock up for your journeys with truck essentials and confectionary in there shop before making your way to the bar for a nice relaxing evening winding down from your day behind the wheel.
If you fancy a change from a night in the cab there are both single and double motel rooms available, providing those little extra comforts you can sometimes miss when away from home all week.
They offer an extensive array of facilities including:
Bar with large screen TV, Cash machine, Clean & Spacious Showers, Conference facilities available for hire, Comprehensively Stocked Shop, Free to use internet enabled PC's, Free WiFi, Fully automated refuelling forecourt, Games room, Restaurant serving excellent food and Secure parking with 24hr patrols
The filling station is open 24 hours
Location & Services Type: Single site located between junctions on the westbound side only between Bowes and Scotch Corner, North Yorkshire, postcode unknown. [Google Maps link]
Restaurants: Sedbury Caterers
Notes: Technically only a lay-by, but it's supported by the Highways Agency and appears in their list of services, so what do we know? It has toilets and a picnic area and is located barely half a mile from Scotch Corner.
Full details: Scotch Corner