|Road:||M5 at J24|
(also accessible to traffic on the A38)
|Address:||Moto Hospitality Services|
Huntworth Business Park
|Telephone number:||01278 456800|
|Signposted from the road?||as Costa/Burger King|
|Services type:||Single site located at a junction.|
|Visit Bridgwater/Moto's official website|
A very small service area packed in to Huntworth Business Park, so small that it has a tiny multi-storey car park and no grass to save space. Lorry drivers preferred Graham's Transport Stop, which was an independent truckstop located just down the A38 from here. Graham's Transport Cafe closed in 2010.
General: Picnic Tables, Showers, Moto Free WiFi
Restaurants: Costa, Eat & Drink Co., Burger King, West Cornwall Pasty Co.
Shops: WHSmith (with Costa Express Krispy Kreme)
Fuel: BP (with: Costa Express Krispy Kreme)
Motel: Travelodge[book rooms]
First two hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £11 and HGVs £16, or £17.50 to include a £9 food voucher.
Prices are paid using PayByPhone - more details. The location code is 2429.
The fees are strictly enforced by CP Plus.
Bridgwater is quite possibly the smallest service area on the network, although it just manages to provide all the facilities you'd expect at a service area of the usual size. Until recently it had an unbranded restaurant.
The services were built after similar plans at the same junction from Granada and Welcome Break were both rejected. Granada's plans would have had been on the other side of the link road, with the entrance being on the link road and looping back to the J24 roundabout.
The service station has a multi storey car park as well as a coach and lorry park
In August 2011, Visit England rated the services as 4 stars. In August 2012, they gave them 3 stars.
In 2006 the services won a four star loo award and were graded 2/5 by Holiday Which?
|Sedgemoor (12 miles)||Services on the M5||Taunton Deane (12 miles)|
|none nearby on M5|
Severn View (M48, 44 miles)
Leigh Delamere (M4 east, 59 miles)
Tiverton (22 miles)|
Exeter (38 miles)