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Lindisfarne services


A1 between Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed

Signposted from the road.


TD15 2PD

map and directions


Single site located at a junction.


The turning for Holy Island offers the last official service station in England.


Catering: Eat & Sleep Amenities: Eat & Sleep, Revolution Laundry Outdoor Space: Large grass area behind forecourt; picnic tables, public footpath connections Forecourt: Esso, Londis, Trotter's Family Bakers, Chicago Town Pizza, Costa Express, Rollover, LPG (FloGas), Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine

Parking Prices

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.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Lindisfarne Services
Beal Garage
TD15 2PD

🌍 Operators & Official Websites:

Trivia and History

A two-storey café building.
The Eat and Sleep cafe and bunkhouse.

This is an important crossroads on the A1, called West Mains. The first facilities to arrive were the Plough Inn (Halfway House) and a school. Next to it the Beal garage was built, which became the full service station.

Since the 1970s, the garage was independently owned and operated and was branded BP. The garage and adjoining bungalow were demolished in 1990 to become the filling station we see today. There were also plans to add a restaurant and 26-bed hotel to the site at the same time however this never happened.

The site was sold to Shell in 1998. By 2002, Shell had sold the site to Penny Petroleum who had rebranded the site to Texaco.

By 2008, the site had been sold to The Bayford Group who ran the site under the Gulf brand with a Mace branded store. In 2010, they rebranded the store to Londis.

By 2016, Penny Petroleum had regained the site. They later rebranded it to Esso in 2018.


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