Cherwell Valley services
A large and airy new building that dwarfs the previous arrangement.
Catering: Burger King, Chow, Costa Coffee, Greggs, KFC, Pret A Manger, West Cornwall Pasty Co., Costa Express, f'real Milkshakes, Krispy Kreme, M&S Coffee to Go, Tango Ice Blast, Costa Drive Thru Shops: M&S Simply Food, Top Gift, WHSmith Amenities: Travelodge, BookAPod, Changing Places, Full Hou$e, Lucky Coin, Revolution Laundry, Showers, Truck Wash Outdoor Space: Riverside Walk - large field behind hotel; Children's Play Area Charging Points: GRIDSERVE Electric Highway HPC 350kW CCS, 100kW CHAdeMO & 22kW Type 2; NomadPower Forecourt: Esso, ASDA On the Move, Rollover, Starbucks on the Go, Tango Ice Blast, Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine
First 2 hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £15 and HGVs, caravans and motorhomes £31. HGVs can pay £34 to include a £10 food voucher.
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Moto Services Ltd
Cherwell Valley Motorway Services Area
- 📞 Telephone number: 01869 346060
- 🗺 Grid reference: SP551282
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Trivia and Design
See also: History:Cherwell Valley
Cherwell Valley is one of very few service areas not be named after a precise settlement. At the time it opened, developers were paying a lot of attention to landscaping, and liked suffixes such as "Park", "Green" and "Valley" which helped create the image of a tranquil resting spot.
There is a very large dog walking area at the back of the service area, although its entrance isn't obvious and for a long time there wasn't any prominent signage. This has a very winding public footpath connection to Stoke Wood and Banbury Road.
The building itself now uses a contemporary layout with large windows along the front, and a series of units along the back. This opened in 2011 and replaced the previous building, which had all its windows along the back, facing the garden. That previous design had a pitched roof that had been compared with the supermarkets of that era, but the building was eventually destroyed by a fire.
The forecourt is operated separately, with its own food offer, including the motorway network's first ASDA store.
Planning permission is held to build four more electric vehicle charging points beside the forecourt.
|Oxford (20 miles)|
Family Farm (A34, 7 miles)
|Services on the M40||Warwick (22 miles)|
|start of road||Services on the A43||Northampton (22 miles)|
Brackley (8 miles)
|Chieveley (A34, 38 miles)||Moto services||Tamworth (M42, 61 miles)|
Frankley (M5 north, 58 miles)
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