Hull West services
A pair of petrol stations on the A63 close to Hull, providing the facilities missing from the nearby Humber Bridge picnic area.
Only the westbound side is signposted as a petrol station. In fact, the unsigned eastbound side is very easy to confuse with the Beverley exit, positioned right behind it.
Amenities: westbound only: Showers
Outdoor Space: Grass verge only
Forecourt: westbound only: BP, Sewell on the go, Costa Express, f'real Milkshakes, Rollover, Stone Willy's Kitchen, Tango Ice Blast, Yorkshire Tea, Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine
and eastbound only: Esso, Londis, Costa Express, Dunkin' Donuts
Short stay customer parking is available for all vehicles on both sides.
Charges apply after 2 hours on the westbound side and cars and vans must pay £12 for 24 hours whilst HGVs are must pay £22 for 24 hours or £25 to include a £5 shop voucher.
Prices are paid in the shop, and can be paid with GBP, EUR, fuel cards or SNAP.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
East Riding of Yorkshire
Trivia and History
Both petrol stations were built in the mid-1990s. The westbound side was formerly operated by Save Filling Stations and has been branded Burmah and Total, whilst the eastbound side has been branded Jet with a Costcutter Express store.
The westbound forecourt was acquired by local forecourt operators Sewell Group in 2008 who in autumn 2012 redeveloped the site introducing a new forecourt and sales building to the site. The new forecourt was rebranded from Total to BP and is one of Sewell's own-branded 'Sewell on the go' stores.
Meanwhile, the eastbound forecourt was acquired by Murco in the early 2010s. Following the acquisition of Murco, MFG took over the site in October 2014 and rebranded the site back to Jet soon after, adding an Ecotricity electric vehicle charging bay to the forecourt in the process. MFG then rebranded the store to Londis in 2017, before rebranding the site to Esso in 2018.
The electric vehicle charger was later removed in 2022, but MFG now hold planning permission to build a six-bay MFG EV Power electric vehicle charging hub at the back of the forecourt.
Both forecourts were developed with a large plot of land on either side of them, each being designated for a large lorry park. The eastbound side was closed off in around 1998 whilst the westbound side continues to offer lorry park to this day.
The westbound lorry park was lined up to be turned into a hotel and drive thru diner in 1996, but this wasn't taken forward.
The eastbound lorry park has since received some interest from several businesses including Lexus in 1999 who planned to build a showroom here but planning permission was refused. 23.5 Degrees also applied for planning permission to turn the land into a Starbucks Drive Thru in 2019, which would have been designed to leave space for the rest of the land to be developed however Highways England were concerned with the plans due to the length of the exit slip road and the plans were later withdrawn.
Wold Outdoors are currently proposing to build a drive-thru coffee shop, named 'North Ferriby Café', on the eastbound land. The car park is also set to feature nine electric vehicle charging points. These plans are currently pending consideration.
|Grand Dale (westbound, 2 miles)
Beacon (eastbound, 8 miles)
|Services on the A63