(Ionad Seirbhíse Baile an Ghearlánaigh)
The second of the new M1 services and one of Ireland's first. It is a sister to Lusk.
COVID-19 update: Most service stations are open with fewer facilities. General advice here.
Catering: Burger King, Costa, The Bakewell, Subway (northbound only) Shops: Off Licence Main Amenities: Indoor & Outdoor Play Area, Picnic Tables, Showers, Tourist Information Display Hotel: none Charging Points: Tesla Supercharger Forecourt: Applegreen, Air1 AdBlue, Car Wash, TOP Oil
All facilities except the fuel payment, a toilet and a shower close at 23:00.
Parking is free for all vehicles, for a maximum of 4 hours for cars and 12 hours for other vehicles.
Eircode: A91 A2WY // A91 A3PH
- 📞 Telephone number: 042 682 1573
- 🗺 Grid reference: O 04018 99207 (northbound)
O 04362 98289 (southbound)
Trivia and History
The services were built as two separate developments. Although the two buildings are the same, the car park arrangement is different.
The building is a standard Applegreen layout, but with an additional toilet block accessible from outside, for use when the main building is closed.
It opened on 29 September 2010 under a 25-year contract. It was part of 'tranche 1', the first three service area contracts to be awarded in Ireland.
Bids to operate the service areas were received by Applegreen, Esso, Top and . Welcome Break's consortium, "Service Area Solutions", was shortlisted, but Welcome Break described the traffic levels as "unrealistic". Ironically, Applegreen won the contract (as SuperStop) and are now Welcome Break's parent company.
|Dublin Road (N1, 25 km)|
(M1, 81 km)
|Services on the M1 (Ireland)||Lusk (50 km)|
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