The only services on this section of the A1(M) provides a variety of brands around the central atrium.
Catering: Chopstix Noodle Bar, El Mexicana, Greggs, KFC, McDonald's, Starbucks, West Cornwall Pasty Co, Krispy Kreme, Nescafe Alegria Shops: M&S Simply Food, Top Gift, WHSmith Main Amenities: Changing Places, Children's Play Area, Multi Faith Room, Quicksilver, Showers Charging Points: GRIDSERVE Electric Highway 50kW CCS & CHAdeMO, IONITY 350kW CCS Hotel: Days Inn Forecourt: Shell, Select, Deli by Shell, Costa Express, Air1 AdBlue, Car Wash, Free Cash Machine
First 3 hours free for all vehicles, after which charges apply:
Up to 4 hours (including free period): £9 Up to 6 hours: £20 Up to 8 hours: £27 Up to 15 hours: £30 Up to 24 hours: £35 Up to 48 hours: £48 Up to 72 hours: £90 Each additional 24 hours or part: £35 Trailer swaps: £15
Prices are paid at the parking machines in the car park and food court, and can be paid using GBP, Euros, using fuel cards or SNAP.
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Trivia and History
See also: A1(M) Planning Applications
Work on the service area started in March 2000, with the services fully opening on 22 January 2001. It was referred to in planning as 'Radwell services'.
The motorway network’s first Regus Express Workpod opened here on 23 May 2014, but it has since been removed. A firm of solicitors now lease the upper level of the building.
The hotel opened as a Sleep Inn, and includes a drop-off area at the front as if it's expecting a higher class of customer than the usual motorway motel. The petrol station was originally operated by Texaco and Somerfield.
|South Mimms (22 miles)||Services on the A1(M)||road becomes A1|
Astwick (A1 northbound, 1 mile)
Wyboston (A1 southbound, 14 mile)
Peterborough (38 miles)
|none||Services on the A507||Shefford (7 miles)|
|Cobham (M25 south, 64 miles)||Extra services||Peterborough (A1(M), 38 miles)|
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