Another in a series of small petrol stations on this old section of the A1.
At Cromwell, HGVs are advised to use the Cromwell village exit, to enter the site from the old road. The direct entrance from the A1 is suitable for cars only.
Trivia and History
The filling station was sold by The Carsley Group to Applegreen, who use the heavily potholed restaurant car park as their own.
In November 2018 Applegreen purchased a significant stake of Welcome Break. One of the trade-offs of the purchase was that Cromwell would eventually be re-branded Welcome Break, and adjusted to reflect the rest of their estate.
The service station is named after the adjacent village of Cromwell, but some documents still call it 'Oliver Cromwell service station'!
| North Muskham (southbound, 1 mile)|
Foston (northbound, 3 miles)
|Services on the A1||Markham Moor (10 miles)|
| North Muskham (southbound, 1 miles)|
Alwalton (northbound, 50 miles)
|Applegreen services||Darrington (southbound, 43 miles)|