There is no parking for HGVs at the services.
First two hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £6. Season ticket parking is available. There is no HGV parking at the services.
Prices are paid in the restaurant or using PayByPhone - more details. The location code is 2468.
The fees are strictly enforced by CP Plus.
Last updated March 2018.
Junction 27 Services
Trivia and History
At £6, the services has the cheapest car parking ever seen at a UK service station, even if it isn't a full motorway service area. This may be connected to the Tiverton Parkway railway station opposite, although the two aren't easy to walk between.
Although parking for lorries and coaches isn't provided (as was often the case at Forte services), some lorries do park unofficially on the unclassified road serving it.
In 1978 plans were put through to add a restaurant and accommodation to an existing farmhouse here. This became the Trusthouse Forte Farmhouse Inn, then Little Chef Lodge, and later a Moto TRSA. The site is sometimes referred to as 'Sampford Peverell services'.
In 1986/7, the site gained a Little Chef. The Little Chef soldiered on here until 2008 when it was replaced by Costa as Moto were favouring the coffee shop at this time. During its time here, the Little Chef was partnered with a Coffee Stop during the Forte era and Burger King.
The filling station here is operated by Shell.
In 1994, 2000 and 2006, Moto expressed their interest in making it a full MSA.
In 2009 another operator attempted to build a full motorway service area opposite the junction, with the aim being to create a gateway to Mid Devon called 'Junction 27'. The plans had to be scaled down to a rest area as Tiverton complained it would take traffic from their site, even though the developer claimed they were after different markets and Tiverton could benefit from the increased traffic (the two sites would have been connected).
The plans were later rejected altogether as the council weren't interested in what they called a "half-measure", and they wanted something bigger to relieve congestion at Cullompton.
|Taunton Deane (10 miles)||Services on the M5||Cullompton (4 miles)|
|Bridgwater (22 miles)||Moto services||Exeter (16 miles)|
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