Tebay Services (England) Reviews
Description:Motorway Service Cafe featuring local produce. Self-service.
Newest Review: ... 38. Tebay services are on both sides of the motorway, so you needn't miss out. The first hint you get that this place might be a little bit special is when you read the signs telling you that the services are within strking distance. Instead of seeing Rank, Moto, Welcome Break or one of those anodyne names, you read the beguiling legend: "Westmorland Farm Shops". Now doesn't ... more
Customer Tebay Services (England) Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
The services at Tebay are like no other in the country. For a start, they are family owned, and not part of a chain or franchise. The scenery is better than any other services I have visited. The food and drink is of the highest quality. There is an open-air barbecue stall at which you can buy absolutely delicious hot dogs and burgers. If you are travelling a long way up or down the M6, then it really makes sense to plan your breaks so that you stop at Tebay, which is a mile north of Junction 38. Tebay services are on both sides of the motorway, so you needn't miss out. The first hint you get that this place might be a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/08 (Very useful, 34 readings)
If you are going North or South on the M6 then plan to stop at The Tebay services because you will find a different experience to what a motorway service area conjures up in your mind. They are between junctions 38 and 39. First a little of the history. In the late 1960s the developers contacted John and Barbara Dunning who were farmers working at the summit of Shap in Cumbria. They wanted to seek permission to run the motorway through their farm and they agreed but kept some of the land either side of the motorway and together with a local family of bakers from Penrith formed the first privately owned service area in The UK. Still in the family and ... Read the complete review
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