A service area at the top end of the A1(M). It is a popular stop-off point for people heading north and the main building houses some archaeological findings discovered when the services were built.
Catering: BakeHouse, BomDia, Chopstix Noodle Bar, Costa, El Mexicana, KFC, McDonald's, West Cornwall Pasty Co, Nescafe Alegria, Krispy Kreme Shops: M&S Simply Food, Sweet Barrels, Top Gift, WHSmith Main Amenities: Children's Play Area, Dog Exercise Area, Ecotricity Electric Vehicle Charging Point, Quicksilver, Showers Motel: Days Inn Forecourt: Shell (with: Autogas LPG), Select, deli by Shell, Costa Express, Air1 AdBlue, Car Wash
First three hours free for all vehicles, after which you must pay £35 per 24 hour period. Parking tickets can be bought from machines in the car park and can be paid in either GBP or Euros.
Extra M S A Property (UK) Ltd
Great North Road
Operators (Official Websites):
Trivia and History
The services opened on 15 January 2001. Facilities included a McColl's newsagent, Entrempts and Malongo Café, with a petrol station operated by Texaco and Somerfield. That petrol station was sold to Shell in 2008.
An Ed's Easy Diner and Wafflemeister kiosk were both trialled here alongside Extra's site at Cambridge however these were both removed during 2019. They were replaced by Sweet Barrels and BomDia respectively.
A Warren's Bakery unit, which will be operated by SSP, is due to open here soon.
| road becomes A1|
Brampton Hut (15 miles)
Baldock (38 miles)
|Services on the A1(M)||
road becomes A1|
Kate's Cabin (northbound, 1 mile)
Stibbington (4 miles)
|Warmington (5 miles)||Services on the A605||end of road|
|start of road||Services on the A1139||Eye (8 miles)|
|Baldock (38 miles)||Extra services||none nearby|
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