A46 Evesham Bypass
(also accessible to traffic on the A44)
Signposted from the road.
(Google Maps link)
Single site located at a junction.
For the services in Four Pools Industrial Estate, see Four Pools.
This service area is positioned at the northern end of the bypass, right next door to Evesham Country Park. As a result, the restaurant is well-used by locals.
Catering: Beefeater (The Orchard), Costa Drive Thru, KFC Drive Thru Amenities: Premier Inn Charging Points: InstaVolt 120kW CCS & 50kW CHAdeMO Forecourt: Texaco, Co-op Food, Costa Express, Rollover, LPG (FloGas), Car Wash, Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine
Short stay customer parking is available for cars at all facilities. Short stay HGV parking is available within the filling station.
Parking within the Costa car park is limited to 3 hours maximum stay and is strictly enforced.
Parking within the Beefeater and Premier Inn shared car park is free for hotel guests and for the first 3 hours for restaurant users. You must register your vehicle registration number with either the restaurant or hotel to gain free parking. Parking is then charged up £3 for 24 hours and is strictly enforced by Your Parking Space.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
- 🗺 Grid reference: SP042461
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Trivia and History
At the far southern end of the bypass, there are separate plans for a large truckstop to be developed.
Plans for a service station here date back to 1989. Developments were put forward under the names W D Fisher, Twyford Developments and Margram, all on a site named Twyford Farm. In 1998 Margram received planning permission for what they called Twyford service station, and set about selling it to BP and Esso. This development formed one of several which made up Margram's £105m expansion in 2002.
There were separate plans for a restaurant next door. One plan, dated 1996, included a drive thru and a Travelodge. Another firm thought to be interested was Wolverhampton & Dudley (now Marston's). Eventually the Brewers Fayre and Travel Inn opened in around 2002.
The restaurant then became Table Table and is now Beefeater. The petrol station was sold to Somerfield and became known locally as the Evesham Co-op. The forecourt itself is now branded Texaco.
New KFC and Costa drive thru units were built on land next to the petrol station, and opened in autumn 2019. 2 InstaVolt electric vehicle charging points were later added to the Costa car park in September 2021.
|Yarnton (39 miles)||Services on the A44||none nearby|
|Four Pools (3 miles)||Services on the A46||Oversley Mill (8 miles)|