Sheffield services may well have been intended to be a grand hotel, but it never quite reached that status.
Parkway Service Station
Sheffield Service Area
340 Prince of Wales Road
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Trivia and History
The whole complex is generally called Sheffield services, while the petrol station is called Parkway service station.
It is built on the site of an old depot. A plan was made by Esso in 1988, and it opened the following year. Granada added a Granada Hotel with integrated restaurant shortly afterwards. In 1994, this was sold to Forte who turned them into a Travelodge and the Sheffield branch of Little Chef. Shortly afterwards, the Forte brand was purchased by Granada anyway, who added a Burger King.
The Little Chef closed in summer 2010 and became a drive-thru restaurant called 'Cluck' however this then closed in December 2018 and the building now lies empty.
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