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Kill services

(Seirbhísí An Chill)


N7 westbound between exits 7 and 8

Signposted from the road.


W91 VNN3

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Two sites located between junctions, with no public connection between them

Named after the nearby village, which is an unfortunate English translation of the Irish word 'church'.



Catering: Abrakebabra, O'Briens, Bagel Factory Shops: Mace Forecourt: Maxol, AdBlue4You


Forecourt: Circle K, Cantina

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Contact Details

Beaufort Road Service Station
Co. Kildare
Eircode: W91 VNN3

  • Telephone number: 04 5878781
  • Grid reference: N 93766 22823

Trivia and History

Kill services.
The unsigned eastbound services.

A filling station is available in both directions, but the eastbound side is not signposted so technically not official. This is probably because, when travelling west, it is the last services before the M7: signs before the services used to advise traffic that no online facilities are available on the motorways.

The site was formerly branded as Esso and included an On the Run Cafe and Costa Express machine. In 2017, the westbound forecourt changed from Topaz to Maxol. As part of the refurbishment, it became one of Ireland's only forecourts with the option to pay at the pump.

Confusingly, Circle K - the new name for Topaz - still call their north-eastbound forecourt Kill South. The south-westbound side is sometimes called Beaufort Road, or simply N7 Services. The pair of them were built on a single field when the N7 bypassed Kill.


Rathcoole (8 km, westbound only) Services on the N7 Mayfield (33 km)