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Services on the A55

Below is a list of all the signposted services on the A55 between Anglesey and Chester.

The following roads meet the A55, and also have services guides on this website: M56, A5.


Single site located at a junction. Facilities available 24 hours. Full details  At Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 4BG. (Google Maps)
Little ChefHistory, Little Chef Express, Burger KingEcotricity electric vehicle charging pointTravelodgebookEsso, Spar, Subway, Starbucks on the Go
Full details: Bangor

A large service area previously owned by Pavilion, now predominantly operated by Euro Garages


Westbound only. Single site located between junctions on the Westbound side only. 24 hours: The filling station is open 24 hours  Westbound between junctions 14 & 15, Conwy, LL34 6UN. (Google Maps)
The filling station is open 24 hoursPuffin CafeShell, Select, Costa Express, Autogas LPG
Notes: Also known as 'Orme View Services', this is a former Little ChefHistory site, and was one of the country's oldest. The Puffin Cafe, Deli and Farm Shop occupied the old building from 2015 to January 2016. They blamed roadworks on the A55 for lack of trade as their main reason of closure. However, the Puffin Cafe reopened during June 2017 following the completion of the roadworks.

Kinmel Park

Two sites staggered between junctions. 24 hours: The filling stations are open 24 hours  Between Junctions 24a and 25, Denbighshire, LL18 5XW. (Google Maps)
The filling stations are open 24 hoursStarbucksEcotricity electric vehicle charging pointEsso, Spar, Starbucks on the Go, AdBlue ContainersHGV parking available
Euro Garages operate these sites
Notes: Also sometimes known as Bodelwyddan. This is a former pair of Little Chefs; the restaurants closed on 26 September 2012.


Two sites staggered between junctions. 24 hours: The filling stations are open 24 hours  Between Junctions 33a & 33b, Flintshire, CH7 6HB. (Google Maps)
The filling stations are open 24 hours 


Costa, McDonald's Drive Thru, OK Diner, SubwayHoliday InnbookShell, Select, Deli2go, Costa Express, Air1 AdBlue, Autogas LPG


StarbucksTravelodgebookShell, Select, Deli2go, Costa Express, Autogas LPG

Shell operate the filling stations
Euro Garages operate the eastbound restaurant
IHG operate the westbound hotel
Notes: The two services are in fact completely different, and the only thing they share is a name. Even then, it is better known as Northop Hall, but Gateway is what is used on the signs.

The eastbound services is a former Little ChefHistory site; it closed on 3 April 2017 and reopened as a Starbucks on 15 June 2017. This was originally a Happy Eater, it later gained a Little Chef Express and a Coffee Tempo!. The site was used to test a new blue colour scheme, as part of a package of improvements trying to attract more evening trade. For a while, it also included a Burger King.

The eastbound filling station closed on 23 May 2016 for a major refurbishment to the pumps, tanks and shop, and reopened in early October 2016 with these improved facilities.

The westbound services consist of several separate facilities built on a large hill. The Subway/Costa claims to be the main public facility.


The following icons may be used on this page:

TRSAiconEastbound.gif - services are eastbound only (N = northbound, W = westbound, S = southbound)

TRSAiconoffline.gif - the services are accessed off a junction

TRSAicononline.gif - there are two services, on either side of the road

TRSAicon24hours.gif - some facilities open 24 hours

TRSAiconclosesatnight.gif - the services completely close at night

TRSAiconnoHGVs.gif - no HGV parking is available

TRSAiconfulldetails.gif - further information available on this link

TRSAiconMSA.gif - the services are actually part of a motorway service area

TRSAicontruckstop.gif - the services are actually part of a truckstop