Kincardine Bridge services
Positioned at the old Bowtrees Roundabout, close to the M9, is this small service area.
Catering: Kincardine Way Brewers Fayre Amenities: Children's Play Area, Premier Inn Outdoor Space: Small grass area in front of restaurant; Children's Play Area Forecourt: BP, Londis, Subway, Calippo Slush, Costa Express, Dunkin' Donuts, Rollover
Short stay customer parking is available for cars. No HGV parking is available in the service area, although there are is a lay-by as you exit the A876 southbound.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
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Trivia and History
A separate lay-by for HGVs is provided for vehicles heading south along the A876, signposted from the exit immediately before Bowtrees. This was built with the junction improvement in 2008. Prior to this, there was a second, older, petrol station, opposite the existing one - this was demolished to make way for the new flyover.
The service area was developed by Action 2000 Ltd in 1990 with the filling station opening in around 1992. Fuel was originally provided by Q8, which changed to BP in around 2008. The Brewers Fayre pub-restaurant was added in 1994 with the hotel (a Travel Inn at time of opening) opening last in 1999.
The filling station used to feature a SPAR branded store however this was changed to Londis in 2020. MFG refurbished the store in March 2022 with the store receiving updated Londis branding along with a number of new grab and go options.
MFG currently hold planning permission to install a MFG EV Power electric vehicle charging hub here, which is expected to include 6 electric vehicle charging bays.
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