Motorists have an opportunity to prepare for the state of the A1 around Biggleswade with one more opportunity to stop.
Catering: Chopstix Noodle Bar, Deep Blue Fish & Chips, El Mexicana, Greggs, KFC, McDonald's, Starbucks, West Cornwall Pasty Co., Costa Express, Krispy Kreme Shops: M&S Simply Food, Mobilise, WHSmith Amenities: Days Inn, Changing Places, Multi Faith Room, Quicksilver, Showers Outdoor Space: Small grass area behind hotel; Children's Play Area Charging Points: GRIDSERVE Electric Highway 50kW CCS & 50kW CHAdeMO; IONITY 350kW CCS Forecourt: Shell, Select, Deli by Shell, Costa Express, Car Wash, Free Cash Machine
First 3 hours free for all vehicles, after which charges apply:
Up to 4 hours (including free period): £10. Up to 6 hours: £22. Up to 8 hours: £30. Up to 15 hours: £33. Up to 24 hours: £38. Up to 48 hours: £66. Up to 72 hours: £100. Each additional 24 hours or part: £35. Trailer swaps: £15. No return within the remaining 24 hour period.
Prices are paid at the parking machines in the car park and food court, and can be paid with GBP, EUR, fuel cards or SNAP.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
Trivia and History
See also: A1(M) Planning Applications
Work on the service area started in March 2000, with the service area fully opening on 22 January 2001. It was referred to in planning as 'Radwell services'.
The motorway network's first Regus Express Workpod opened here on 23 May 2014, but it has since been removed. The upper level of the building is now used as the head office of Grice Collins Long, who provide administrative services on behalf of Extra.
The hotel opened as a Sleep Inn, and includes a drop-off area at the front as if it was expecting a higher class of customer than the usual motorway lodge. The petrol station was originally operated by Texaco and Somerfield.
Deep Blue Fish and Chips opened a restaurant here on 16 November 2021, offering a breakfast menu in the morning and their standard fish and chip affair in the afternoons and evenings in a similar concept to Welcome Break's The Good Breakfast/Harry Ramsden's set-up.
The first German Doner Kebab unit at a motorway service area is set to open here in late November 2023. Its long opening hours means it's believed to have the UK's first doner breakfast menu.
|South Mimms (22 miles)||Services on the A1(M)||road becomes A1|
Astwick (A1 northbound, 1 mile)
Wyboston (A1 southbound, 14 mile)
Peterborough (38 miles)
|none||Services on the A507||Shefford (7 miles)|
|Cobham (M25 south, 64 miles)||Extra services||Peterborough (A1(M), 38 miles)|
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