A petrol station on the Yarnton Bypass, which takes its name from Blenheim Palace located four miles up the road.
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.
Blenheim Service Station
93 Woodstock Road
Trivia and History
The westbound side opened in the 1950s, and was known as Blenheim service station. It was branded Murco in the 1990s and Gulf with a Londis Express store throughout the 2000s and once included Lavazza coffee.
The site was purchased by current owners Fraser's in 2009, who redeveloped it in 2010, after which they referred to it as 'Yarnton' rather than 'Blenheim'. As part of those works, the sales building was moved from the centre of the site to the east of the site and the forecourt, canopy, pumps and jet wash were reconfigured.
Another unsigned Shell petrol station is positioned opposite on the eastbound site. This opened in the 1960s and was previously operated by Krisco Group with Texaco and Mace branding. The forecourt also included a Coffee Nation machine for a while.
|Peartree (1 mile)||Services on the A44||Evesham (39 miles)|