Caenby Corner services
A15 between Lincoln and Brigg
(also accessible to traffic on the A631)
(Limited road signage.)
(Google Maps link)
Single site located at a junction.
A flat junction in the plains of Lincolnshire has attracted some facilities.
Catering: Starbucks Drive Thru Outdoor Space: Grass verges only; public footpath connections Charging Points: InstaVolt 50kW CCS & 50kW CHAdeMO Forecourt: BP, Londis, Chicago Town Pizza, Costa Express, Fanta Frozen, f'real Milkshakes, Rollover, Tango Ice Blast, Jet Wash
Caenby Corner Garage
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Trivia and History
Caenby Corner is an important crossing on the old Ermine Street.
The petrol station at Caenby Corner was built as a garage in the 1950s. This was branded Total at one stage. Following Total's nationwide shutdown in 2012, the site was rebranded to BP and a Londis store was introduced.
On the opposite corner of the junction was the Moncks Arms Inn, later the Moncks Arms Hotel, which dates back to 1936. The Caenby Corner Transport Café had set up in its car park, but this closed in 2020. The hotel itself closed in the 1980s and was only recently refurbished.
In 1986 the filling station was joined by a Little Chef restaurant. This operated until in 2008.
The site was purchased by Café Amore in late 2009, and they reopened it as a coffee shop. This closed in late 2015.
Local restaurant operator Meat Inc purchased the building and opened it as a restaurant in September 2016. This closed on 28 July 2019 as Meat Inc relocated to nearby Nettleham.
In 2020, Starbucks franchisee 23.5 Degrees bought the former restaurant building and converted it into a Starbucks Drive Thru. The store opened on 18 December 2020. They added two InstaVolt electric vehicle charging points which went live in March 2021.
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