Located at Turners-owned BP Tothill service station, just off Junction 49 on the A14, Paddy & Scott’s café is open and serving beverage-quenching customers stopping for rest and fuel. Using the very latest in barista technology, the café delivers the full Paddy and Scott’s experience 24 hours a day.
Paddy & Scott’s is a passionate, British producer of slow roasted coffee. Founded in Suffolk, just like Turners, the motor group is pleased to have paired up with the coffee connoisseurs.
Ian Turner said: "We are delighted to be partnering with Paddy & Scott’s in this exciting new venture. We are finding that our customers love the experience, with lots of great feedback being given to our team and to Paddy & Scott themselves."
For more information visit the Paddy & Scott’s website.