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Monkton services


A77 at Dutch House Roundabout
(also accessible to traffic on the A78)

Not signposted in advance.



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Single site located at a junction.

A pub, hotel and petrol station at the Dutch House Roundabout near Prestwick Airport.


Catering: Brewers Fayre (Monkton Lodge) Main Amenities: Indoor & Outdoor Play Area Hotel: Premier Inn Forecourt: BP, M&S Simply Food, Wild Bean Café, Air1 AdBlue, Free Cash Machine

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for cars at all facilities with a HGV parking bay available next to the forecourt.

Use of the forecourt parking areas is limited to 30 minutes maximum stay from entry to exit and is strictly enforced by BP.

Parking within the Brewers Fayre and Premier Inn shared car parks is free for customers and hotel guests only and you must give your vehicle registration number to either the bar or reception staff to receive this.

Parking for non-guests is charged at 75p per hour up to 4 hours and £3.50 flat charge up to 24 hours maximum stay thereafter. Charges are in place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be paid via the YourParkingSpace app using location code 5011.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Kilmarnock Road
South Ayrshire

Trivia and History

Planning to build a service area on the fields to the south of the roundabout here started in the late 1980s, with BP the first to propose a forecourt and restaurant in 1988. A rival plan came from Esso in 1989 for a forecourt, restaurant and hotel however both plans were refused. BP eventually gained planning permission in 1993 for a forecourt, restaurant and hotel which was built, and opened in 1994 as a BP forecourt, Travel Inn and the Monkton Lodge branch of Brewers Fayre.

The Brewers Fayre restaurant was the victim of a major fire on 2 April 2000, which saw 50 firefighters spend more than 5 hours tackling the blaze. Following the fire, the restaurant was demolished and replaced with the building we see today, opening later in the same year.

Both the hotel and restaurant later gained extensions in the early 2000s, with the hotel rebranding to Premier Inn in 2007. The forecourt sales building also gained an extension in 2008, with the site becoming a BP Connect site and gaining a M&S Simply Food store and Wild Bean Café.

2 bp pulse electric vehicle charging points were installed here in 2020 and are due to go live in late 2021.


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