Brampton Hut services
A variety of facilities positioned where the A1 and the A14 used to cross: it is now just a short detour from the new A14.
Catering: Brewers Fayre, Burger King Drive Thru, McDonald's Drive Thru, Starbucks Drive Thru, Subway Main Amenities: Tourist Information Sign Hotel: Premier Inn Forecourt: BP, M&S Simply Food, Wild Bean Café, Air1 AdBlue, Free Cash Machine
Separate parking is provided for cars at all facilities, with a large vehicle parking area situated at the back of the site for coaches, HGVs and caravans.
First 2 hours free for all vehicles, after which HGVs, caravans and motorhomes must pay £11 per 24 hours. No general overnight parking is available for cars.
Parking is controlled and strictly enforced by CP Plus on behalf of BP.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
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Trivia and History
See also: History:Brampton Hut
Brampton Hut services spawned from a piece of land which was identified as a development zone. Like most A-road service areas, it does not have a single amenity building, but rather a range of individual restaurants which keep springing up and mostly operate in isolation from each other.
Strictly speaking, the forecourt is the main service area facility, and everything else is an additional option.
Despite this, Brampton Hut does have some history: it was built on the site of the former Brampton Hotel which served the A1 and A604. It was built to mark the opening of the new A14, and then watched as the A14 moved again 30 years later. Anticipating increased traffic, a new retail park-style building opened in 2017, but by 2021 the majority of its units were still empty.
|Wyboston (A1 southbound, 13 miles)|
Astwick (A1 northbound, 23 miles)
Bedford (A421, 21 miles)
|Services on the A1||Peterborough (15 miles)|
|Spaldwick (westbound, 4 miles)|
Thrapston (13 miles)
|Services on the A14||Cambridge (12 miles)|
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