Derby and Burton services
Derby and Burton services was built to provide new facilities where the A38 and A50 cross, but until 2017 it hadn't been a great commercial success.
Catering: KFC Drive Thru, Deli by Shell, Costa Express
(The Cherry Tree Farm Pub-Restaurant is adjacent) Shops: Little Waitrose & Partners at Shell Select Main Amenities: Free Cash Machine Hotel: ibis budget Charging Points: Shell Recharge 50kW CCS & CHAdeMO & 43kW Type 2 Forecourt: Shell, Car Wash, Air1 AdBlue
Main Parking Areas
First 2 hours free for all vehicles, after which all vehicles must pay £1 per hour or £15 per 24 hours.
Prices are paid using pay machines located in each car park or using PayByPhone. The location code is 806050.
The fees are strictly enforced by Euro Car Parks.
Hotel and pub car parks
Parking spaces nearest the hotel and the pub are designated for customers only and non-customers receive an immediate and morally objectionable fine.
Hotel guests are required to provide their vehicle registration number at the hotel reception in order to receive free parking during their stay.
Restrictions in the hotel car park are strictly enforced by ParkingEye.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
- 📞 Telephone number: 020 7968 1888
- 🗺 Grid reference: SK294297
- 📌 what3words: ///accented.helped.plates
🌍 Operators (Official Websites):
Trivia and History
The hotel under construction in 2008.
Planning and Opening
The early planning documents for a service area here showed separate buildings for two food units alongside an amenity building, pub, filling station, hotel and parking areas for all vehicles. By 2005, Extra's parent company Swayfields had scaled the plans down with only an additional diner in a separate building alongside the rest of the facilities, and space for this can be seen next to the hotel.
The services opened on 29 July 2008 and mirror Leicester services, which opened four weeks before, with the site branded as Extra. When it opened the amenity building included a KFC Drive Thru, Starbucks, LP4 and a Game Grid gaming area with the 81-bed hotel branded as an Etap Hotel and Shell providing the fuel.
The official name upon opening was Derby with Burton - it seemed that Extra had learned from all the trouble at Blackburn with Darwen, and copied their diplomatic solution. The new owners now call it Derby & Burton, but only a few of the signs have been corrected. In planning, it had been called Willington Roadside Service Area.
Change of Ownership
When Swayfields fell into administration, the site passed to their creditors Lloyds TSB, who subsequently sold this liability to Deutsche Postbank. Since January 2011, the services have been managed on Deutsche Postbank's behalf by Quadrant Estates who intended to create profit by selling the current outlets.
Following the change of ownership, the site was rebranded with a large blue 'S' being displayed on signage around the site as opposed to Extra's logo. The Starbucks unit also closed and partially became Hamiltons, which itself later closed.
Game Grid became Quicksilver, and now lies empty. .
Accor Hotels rebranded the hotel to an Ibis Budget in 2012 following their withdrawal of the Etap Hotel brand. The hotel later gained an extension in 2018 which saw a restaurant and outdoor seating area added.
As of 2014, the additional units still hadn't materialised, but banners in the car park claimed they were coming. In April 2017, it was revealed there was a problem with the original design of the proposed building and a new version, compromising of four units to be leased out, was being worked on. These units eventually appeared in 2019 but as of Autumn 2021 are yet to house any tenants.
The filling station was one of the first three in the UK to gain Shell's new Shell Recharge electric vehicle charging points in late 2017. In 2018, after a small refurbishment, a Little Waitrose at Shell Select concession opened.
In early 2019, the LP4 unit closed and was replaced a gourmet hot dog company called Banger Bros. Banger Bros lasted less than 6 months and they closed later in 2019.
|Alfreton (19 miles)|
Tibshelf (M1 north, 24 miles)
|Services on the A38||Willington (1 mile)|
|Keele (M6 north, 34 miles)|
Sandbach (M6 north, 54 miles)
|Services on the A50||Derby South (9 miles)|