A pub, hotel and petrol station at the Bellziehill Junction, on the main link road between the M74 and M8.
Catering: Bellziehill Farm Brewers Fayre, McDonald's Drive Thru Amenities: Premier Inn, Children's Play Area Outdoor Space: Grass area to side of forecourt; Children's Play Area; public footpath connections Charging Points: MFG EV Power 150kW CCS & 50kW CHAdeMO Forecourt: Esso, Londis, Subway, Costa Express, f'real Milkshakes, Tango Ice Blast, Car Wash
Short stay customer parking is available for cars at all facilities. No HGV parking is available.
Parking within the Brewers Fayre and Premier Inn shared car parks is free for customers and hotel guests only and you must give your vehicle registration number to either the bar or reception staff to receive this.
Parking for non-guests is chargeable and can be paid via the YourParkingSpace app using location code 10055.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
1 Bellziehill Road
Trivia and History
Plans for a service area on the site of the former Bellziehill Farm were first proposed by Gulf in 1996. Planning permission was granted for a filling station and drive-thru restaurant with a section of land also dedicated for mixed and commercial leisure use.
Upon opening, Esso were the ones who provided the fuel with one of their Snack & Shop stores and McDonald's providing the drive-thru restaurant, both opening in 1998. The land dedicated for the mixed and commercial use was also developed around the same time with Whitbread building a 40-bed Travel Inn hotel and the Bellziehill Farm branch of Brewers Fayre opening here in June 1998. The restaurant also had a 'Fun Factory' indoor soft play area.
A cash machine was added to the McDonald's car park in 2001 and was situated in its own purpose-built brick building. This was removed in 2018 with another machine being available in the filling station, although the brick building does remain.
The Premier Inn gained a 20-bed annexe in 2010, built on the existing car park. The drive-thru lanes of the McDonald's restaurant were also re-configured in 2010 adding an additional order point.
The filling station was later acquired by MRH in 2014 who rebranded the store to their own-brand Hursts and added a Subway store. MRH were later acquired themselves by MFG in 2018 who in 2020 rebranded the store to Londis.
Six MFG EV Power electric chargers went live here in October 2023. MFG also intend to add two jet wash bays to the forecourt.
|Hamilton (M74 northbound, 3 miles)|
Cairn Lodge (21 miles)
|Services on the A725||Heart of Scotland (Harthill) (M8 east, 12 miles)|