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Service stations are open.


Bourne End services

Location:

A41 between Watford and Aylesbury

Signposted from the road.

Postcode:

HP1 2SB

(Google Maps link)

Access/Layout:

Single site located at a junction.



A petrol station and fast food offer at the southern end of the A41.

Facilities

COVID-19 update: Most service areas are fully open. We are regularly reviewing our information.
Catering: McDonald's Drive Thru Hotel: Premier Inn Forecourt: Shell, Select, Deli by Shell, Costa Express, AdBlue Containers, Car Wash, Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for cars at all facilities. Short stay HGV parking is available within the filling station.

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

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Stoney Lane
Hemel Hempstead
Hertfordshire
HP1 2SB


Trivia and History

The former Bourne End branch of Little Chef, now home to an outdoor sports shop.

The junction here mainly serves the services and the Bourne End industrial estate.

The site was first developed in 1992 by Margram who proposed a service area, hotel, restaurant and parking areas. This was granted planning permission in March 1993. The service area opened with a Travel Inn hotel and a BP filling station but no restaurant.

Plans for a McDonald's restaurant to join the site were first proposed in 1999 but were later withdrawn in early 2000. Margram were later granted planning permission in summer 2002 to build the McDonald's restaurant. Margram also planned to add a second hotel to the site in 2001 gaining planning permission in 2005 however it was never built.

During the 2000s, the site was rebranded to Total with a Bonjour store and also featured Café Nescafe for a time. The filling station was later acquired by Shell in 2012.

The McDonald's restaurant was extended in 2018.

A Little Chef restaurant was positioned nearby in Bourne End village, which opened in around 1975 and closed in 1995, after the bypass opened. Margram were granted planning permission to add a Little Chef to the facilities here in summer 2000 but upon resubmitting amended plans in 2002 it was refused on road safety grounds. Margram re-submitted the 2002 plans in 2007 and plans were again refused on the basis that the Little Chef wasn't needed. The building is now home to Complete Outdoors.

Alternatives

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Breakspears (A414 east, 5 miles)Services on the A41Bicester (32 miles)