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Barnetby Top services


M180 at J5
(also accessible to traffic on the A15, A18 and A180)

Signposted from the road? On the A180


DN20 0PA

(Google Maps link)


Single site located at a junction.

The newly rebuilt service area at Barnetby is positioned at the roundabout at the end of the M180, but primarily serves the A18.


COVID-19 update: Most service stations are open with fewer facilities. General advice here.
Catering: Starbucks Drive Thru Forecourt: BP, Londis, Costa Express, Dot's Donuts, f'real Milkshakes, F'wip Frozen Yogurts, Rollover, Skwishee Iced Drinks, Tango Ice Blast, West Cornwall Pasty Co, LPG (FloGas), Air1 AdBlue

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for cars. No HGV parking is available.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Barnetby Interchange
DN20 0PA

🌍 Operators (Official Websites):

Trivia and History

Abandoned Little Chef.
The former Little Chef restaurant, when it was abandoned.

Sometimes shortened to just Barnetby services, this site is signposted from the A180. Although it is actually visible from the M180, it didn't qualify to be signed from the motorway.

The first proposal involved a motel, and was made in 1977. These plans were renewed in 1981 and 1984 when a filling station was added to the plans.

The service area eventually opened in around 1990, with the common A-road pairing of a filling station and a Little ChefHistory restaurant. The restaurant was housed inside a building with a pitched roof, double front and red bricks which stood facing the eastbound M180 exit slip road.

The interior of the Little Chef had darker wooden dividers and wooden beams on the ceiling. It traded for 22 years until it closed in February 2012 along with 66 other under-performing sites. The restaurant was then left abandoned for a number of years following its closure.

The forecourt was owned by Malthurst under the Jet brand. In the early 2010s, the site was acquired by MRH who changed the branding to BP.

In summer 2017, MRH received planning permission to demolish both the filling station and the abandoned Little Chef building, opening a new BP filling station instead. Following the merger of MRH and MFG, the plans were modified to replace the former Little Chef building with a Starbucks Drive Thru, operated by Kbeverage.

Work began in January 2020, and the refurbished forecourt opened in August 2020. Inside the forecourt is a rebranded Londis store, which pioneered MFG's new 'food to go' concept, where there are multiple grab and go food and drink options. The forecourt had been due to gain a Greggs store, but this was scrapped and replaced with the grab and go options.

The Starbucks Drive Thru later opened on 24 August 2020.

In December 2020, MFG were granted permission to install a 8-bay electric vehicle charging hub alongside the refurbished forecourt. These are expected to be installed during 2021.


Doncaster (North) (26 miles)Services on the M180/A180Luxmore (8 miles)
Caenby Corner (17 miles)Services on the A15end of road