Motorway Services Online

Retrieved from "https://motorwayservicesonline.co.uk/Eynsham"

Services on the A40

Below is a list of all the signposted services on the A40, covering the road between Oxford and Raglan.

The following roads serve the A40, and also have services guides on this website: M4, M5, M40, A34 and A449.

Oxford[edit]

Single site located at a junction. 24 hours: Starbucks, WHSmith and the filling station are open 24 hours Motorway service area. Full details  At Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX33 1LJ. (Location Map)
Starbucks, WHSmith and the filling station are open 24 hoursBurger King, Harry Ramsden's, KFC, PizzaExpress, Starbucks, Subway, Tossed, Costa Express, Krispy Kreme, Yorkshire Tea, Starbucks Drive ThruFone Bitz, Little Waitrose, WHSmithEcotricity, Meeting Room, Showers, Tesla, Welcome Break GamingRamadabookBP, WHSmith, The Pasty Shop, Upper Crust, Costa Express, Krispy Kreme, Air1 AdBlueFree for two hours, charges afterwards
Full details: Oxford

Welcome Break services at J8a of the M40, where the A40 becomes a minor road. The main London-Oxford road bypasses this junction, but there is still signed access to the services.

Eynsham[edit]

Two sites staggered between junctions. 24 hours: The westbound filling station is open 24 hours  Between Oxford and Cheltenham, Oxfordshire, OX29 4EN. (Google Maps)
The westbound filling station is open 24 hours 

Westbound

BP, Hursts, Costa Express, Rollover, BP Autogas, Car Wash

Eastbound

Esso, Tesco Express, Costa Express


MFG operate the westbound filling station
Tesco operates the eastbound filling station
Notes: Both sites are actually accessible from both sides of the road.

The original Eynsham Little Chef is a little to the west of these. It closed in 1986 and became a bungalow, but is now a restaurant. The plan was to build a new restaurant and lodge to the east of what's now Tesco (a site called 'Wasties Garage'), but instead a restaurant was built to the west of here. This one gained a Burger King and later closed and became a car dealership.

At the same time another new Little Chef was built at the westbound services, which became a café and then a shop. Meanwhile, in 1990 two different developers also applied to build new services on the A40: one north-west of the Lower Road roundabout and one west of Cuckoo Lane.

Symonds Yat[edit]

24 hours: This site is open 24 hours Full details  At Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6DP. (Google Maps)
This site is open 24 hours 

Westbound

Gulf, Spar, Costa Express, Café, Car Wash

Eastbound

Costa, Costa Express, RolloverLondisGames Arcade, ShowersShell, AdBlue ContainersFree for two hours, charges afterwards


Full details: Symonds Yat

Two sites located between Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye on the shared A40/A449 carriageway with the eastbound side being a former First owned truckstop.

Monmouth[edit]

Two sites located between junctions, with no public connection between them. 24 hours: The fuel facilities, Spar shop and Subway are open 24 hours Full details  At Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25 4BG. (Google Maps)
The fuel facilities, Spar shop and Subway are open 24 hoursGreggs, Starbucks, Subway, Starbucks on the GoSparMeeting Room, Players Lounge (northbound only)Raglan Lodge (northbound only)Esso, AdBlue4You
Full details: Monmouth

A large, dual-sided service area on the shared A40/A449 between Newport and Monmouth, once owned by Granada and recently reopened by Euro Garages. 

Key

The following icons may be used on this page:

TRSAiconEastbound.gif - services are eastbound only (N = northbound, W = westbound, S = southbound)

TRSAiconoffline.gif - the services are accessed off a junction

TRSAicononline.gif - there are two services, on either side of the road

TRSAicon24hours.gif - some facilities open 24 hours

TRSAiconclosesatnight.gif - the services completely close at night

TRSAiconnoHGVs.gif - no HGV parking is available

TRSAiconfulldetails.gif - further information available on this link

TRSAiconMSA.gif - the services are actually part of a motorway service area

TRSAicontruckstop.gif - the services are actually part of a truckstop