Hop Oast services
A small petrol station at the bottom end of the Horsham bypass.
Short stay customer parking is available for cars. No HGV parking is available.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
Hop Oast Service Station
Trivia and History
Outline planning permission for a filling station here was first submitted and granted in 1982. There were plans to add a restaurant to the proposal in 1988, but this was refused permission.
The filling station was eventually built and opened as a Shell site in around 1991. A through road connecting to the Hop Oast park and ride site was later added.
Shell redeveloped the forecourt in late 2019, removing the car wash and adding a new, larger sales building with a Little Waitrose offering.
Although the site is only signed when heading southbound, it is accessed from the northbound side using the Hop Oast Roundabout. A signed alternative for northbound traffic is also available further north on the A24 at Broadbridge Heath, but it also requires a detour.
|Horsham (1 mile)|
Pease Pottage (A264, 10 miles)
Cobham (M25 west, 25 miles)
|Services on the A24||Buckbarn (4 miles)|