The Malvern Hills Hotel
With superb locally sourced food and an 18th-century oak lounge bar, this hotel is nestled in the spectacular surroundings of the Malvern Hills.The hotel is located directly opposite the Iron Age hill fort, British Camp, a major landmark with a superb vista from the summit. It is also perfectly positioned for different walks and trails along the hills, or exploring the local area.The Malvern Hills Hotel serves well-prepared food using the finest local produce. You can choose to dine in the popular lounge bar, or in either of the two charming and stylish restaurants. There is also an al fresco option, with a spacious terrace.Each guest room is bright and of a good size, all with private bathrooms, a flat-screen TV, and Wi-Fi
- This was our first visit away from home since coronavirus reared its head and we were quite nervous, but the hotels Covid arrangements were excellent. At no time did we feel our health was compromised. The room was also excellent, clean and comfortable. And as we were there to walk the Malverns, the location slap bang in the middle of our intended walks couldnt be bettered.
- Nice clean hotel Breakfast was just fantastic My daughter said its the best egg she ever had !
- This is a lovely hotel / pub in a picturesque setting close to Eastnor Castle. The staff were very friendly and allowed my grandson to complete his morning sleep after checkout. The pub / restaurant is very cosy and the food was exceptional.
- The room was large, clean and comfortable with beautiful views. Great shower in the bathroom hot and powerful which was much needed after a day of walking in the hills! There were footpaths adjacent to the hotel so it was easy to get out and into the countryside. The bed was comfy and it was silent at night so we slept well.
- Fantastic staff. Very dog friendly. Will be returning
Holdfast Cottage Hotel
With beautiful views across the Malvern Hills, the 17th-century Holdfast Cottage Hotel is set in 2 acres of gardens and woodland. It has a conservatory filled with pretty plants, and an oak-beamed hall that retains its original features.You can enjoy homemade rolls and ice cream in the dining room, which serves an award-winning food menu. A full English breakfast is also provided each morning.Each spacious and cozy room at Holdfast has traditional décor and is en suite. Some rooms have showers, while all double and twin rooms have baths. Each rooms has tea and coffee making facilities, a TV, radio and hairdryer. Ironing facilities are also available.The cathedral city of Worcester is 12 miles from the building, and Hereford is a 30-minute drive away. The Forest of Dean is about a 45-minute drive.
- Julie is the most wonderful hostess. The rooms were the best. We cant thank her enough for all her help.
- Secluded off street location and parkingEvening meal availableFriendly black retriever
- We were made most welcome. The room was comfortable and clean with nice linen.Breakfast was really good with plenty of options.The whole visit was great.We will try to visit again.
- a friendly warm atmosphere,we are both vegetarians and our host Julie catered for us superbly.beautiful building and garden.quiet and peaceful .
- A wonderful peaceful place to stay, beautiful setting. Very cosy with comfy bed with crisp white sheets. Delicious breakfast with generous top ups of coffee etc.Very generous, friendly and sympathetic owner. We stayed overnight before moving into the village. A great introduction to village friendliness and welcome.
Cottage In The Wood
Set in 7 acres of wooded slopes, Cottage in The Wood offers an award-winning wine list, homemade biscuits and free parking and Wi-Fi, with direct access to the Malvern Hills.The Cottage in The Wood offers views across the Severn Valley, just 3 miles from Malvern, and has been described by The Daily Mail as “the best view in England”.The Outlook Restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes, a well-stocked bar and a list of 500 wines. The cozy lounge features a log fire in winter, and an impressive collection of different whiskeys and gins.All rooms are en suite with free toiletries and free access to a DVD library. All 30 rooms are spread over 3 buildings and have binoculars to take in the views.
- Stayed for 1 night first week August. Reception were excellent as had to guide me in to find the place.The place is stunning, set on the side of a Malvern hill and its white building standing proud. We had a room in a seperate cottage and was beautifully decorated with a sumptious shower to die for. Fine bed and comfortable room.Breakfast was way above expectations with several choices for a cooked meal. Many thanks to all and well done on having a fantastic place, we will return.
- Breakfast was great and the room was spacious and clean. Plus the venu was great with a lovely walk on the door step.
- Lovely unique setting. Lots of local walks. Nice bar and restaurant Great staff.
- We booked a mountain view room which had expansive views over the surrounding countryside which were truly wonderful. The restaurant provided excellent food choices, and the ones we selected were good. The whole place was spotlessly clean, and covid measures were all as you would expect.
- The rooms were newly renovated so very clean and well styled to match the cosiness we wanted without comprising on taste and quality. It was a perfect stay for us as a couple wanting some quiet time in nature. Breakfasts were excellent and plentiful, and the overall hotel restaurant service was a real highlight lovely, polite and peaceful! Great walks all across the Malvern Hills right from the hotel. The whole experience felt Narniaesque, being nestled in the woods with little Streep lamps, and twinkling views over Malvern.
Colwall Park – Hotel, Bar & Restaurant
One of our top picks in Great Malvern. With fabulous food, peaceful surroundings, friendly staff and a quiet village location in the Malvern Hills, this popular country house features the well-known Seasons Restaurant.Featured in the Michelin and Good Food guides, with 2 AA Rosettes, Colwall Park offers modern gourmet food using only the finest fresh local ingredients. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the surrounding gardens and grounds, or enjoy real ales, fine wines and brasserie-style meals served in the lively Lantern Bar.In 2 acres of beautiful gardens, at the center of peaceful Colwall village, halfway between Great Malvern and Ledbury, you can easily explore the beautiful Malvern Hills, the picturesque Welsh Marches, or the Cotswolds. Footpaths from the hotel gardens lead directly onto the slopes of the hills.Cheltenham and the nearby cathedral cities of Worcester, Hereford and Gloucester are all close by.
- Well appointed hotel. Excellent staff dealing with COVID19 restrictions. Good food including super breakfasts.
- Lovely location near the station and with walks/runs up the back of the Malvern Hills. Excellent food, nice beer and wine, and pleasantly lively lounge. Baths with decent hot water for after pottering about the hills in the rain.
- Good location, parking to rear, shop up the road, spacious bedroom, good breakfast
- Excellent evening meal. Well cooked and hearty breakfast.
- The hotel is in a lovely location and is a very nice old building. The food was good and the staff very friendly.
The Abbey is an AA rated 4-star hotel, situated at the foot of the Malvern Hills in the Worcester countryside and is convenient for many attractions.Its history dates back to the 1600s and the building retains some outstanding original Victorian architecture. In the heart of Malvern, The Abbey offers outstanding Victorian architecture beneath its Virginia Creeper clad facade. Commissioned during the growth of the spa town in the mid 19th century, the hotel has a long history of welcoming guests and provides the highest levels of comfort demanded by today’s traveler. The location offers easy access to the M5, M6, M42 and M40 and convenience for Birmingham’s NEC and airport. Great Malvern Station is a mile away, with direct services to Paddington station.Enjoy the fine English traditions of service and hospitality for which The Abbey is renowned.
- The breakfast was included in the rate, which was already very good value for money due to the location and comfort it was also a very charming building with nice cafes / bars / Malvern hills very close by. I would recommend this one to anyone. Staff were lovely and incredibly helpful.
- The Abbey was a focal point for Malvern. Part of our trip was to visit the Morgan factory since we own Morgans in the U.S. The Abbey is the site for many Morgan events over the years with friends we met from the 3 wheeler club who have been coming to the Abbey every year for 42 years.
- Fabulous historic hotel with a great feel to it. Staff were so friendly and helpful. Bar was relaxing and good bar food.
- excellent choice ,eat as much or little as you want .coffee was fine . no problem with the location staff were excellent
- Staff,room,bathroom location,general feel of the place all excellent!
The Wyche Inn
Located one and a half miles from Great Malvern, perched high on the eastern side of the Malvern Hills by the Wyche Cutting, The Wyche Inn is a lively and vibrant traditional English public house offering breathtaking views across the Severn Vale. The inn offers bedrooms with attached bathroom, all with scenic views and free Wi-Fi. A small private car park is also available to use free of charge.Wyche Inn rooms all have Freeview TV with a DVD player, a tea tray and complimentary bottled water. The Inn also has two self-contained apartments which include a well-appointed kitchen and complimentary tea/coffee.The bar at the inn serves a number of real ales, some of which are brewed locally. Home-cooked food is available from the restaurant which offers a specials board and themed food nights.The inn is located close to the M5 motorway, which has direct access to Birmingham and Bristol and can be reached within 30 minutes by car. The Upper Wyche to Worcester Beacon walk starts just 500 feet from the inn.
- Food and beer good. Excellent breakfast. Stay in the Top Flat if you can. Magnificent views over the Severn Valley.
- The food is really good and the breakfast is especially tasty
- Great location, breakfast, plenty of choice! Comfy bed, hot showers, friendly staff.
- Food was good. We ate in the restaurant both nights.
- Steph and Tony and staff were very welcoming and friendly we felt right at home. I am deaf and really appreciated that they all took off facemasks to speak to me while being socially distanced so I could lipread. The room was warm and very comfortable, with fantastic views the inn is in a beautiful location. The inn is full of character, the food is great, and I would thoroughly recommend it as a place to stay.
Great Malvern Hotel
This family-run town center hotel was originally built in 1842 and has many historical features. Rooms are all of a high quality with private bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. Free WiFi is available in all public areas.Great Malvern Hotel has extensive à la carte and bar menus, and all food is prepared on the premises. The comfortable bar offers 5 cask ales in addition to Wye Valley Wholesome Stout, Cruzcampo, Birra Moretti and local cider. It has been in the Good Beer Guide since 2000.The Great Malvern is only 300 feet from the theater, cinema complex, and the path up the hill is just a 5-minute walk.
- Breakfast was good and catered for all. Room very clean and spacious. Access to the town and hills was superb. Plenty of parking. Staff very helpful.
- Great beer and good value food in bar. Very handy for Great Malvern
- We have stayed at the Great Malvern Hotel several times in the past. Always great, attentive service. Wonderful dinner and breakfast. Very close to the Malvern Theatre so a great location.
- the breakfast was excellent , as you could chose what you wanted from the menu ,also a good choice cereals fruit.
- The Bed was comfortable, the room was clean and the Breakfast was superb
One of our top picks in Great Malvern. The Malvern, is a AA rated 4-star hotel that offers spa and wellness facilities, an extensive range of relaxing and holistic spa treatments, and a brasserie and restaurant.Designed with adults in mind as a place of well-being and relaxation, The Malvern features polished Jerusalem marble floors and state-of-the-art spa and fitness facilities. A range of ELEMIS and Biotec treatments, holistic therapies, and locally sourced organic food are offered.Facilities include the hydrotherapy pool, a “Sauna of the Senses”, “Herb Sauna” and “Crystal Steam Room”. An exercise studio complemented by an outdoor terrace.Just 45 minutes from Birmingham, you can easily replace stressful city life with lush green countryside, open space and a breath of fresh air.
- Very comfortable room. Lovely spa facilities open til 10pm. Was great to be in outdoor hydro therapy pool under the stars. Good cooked breakfast.
- The heated outdoor pool where you can have a drink under the stars till late
- Comfy beds. Good shower. Great spa facilities. Robes and towels replaced as required.
- Great location, within walking distance of shops! Facilities were fantastic
- Spa had good facilities especially the outside pool. Lots of treatments on offer. Good menu in restaurant, especially as I am vegetarian
The Foley Arms Hotel Wetherspoon
With views over the Severn Valley, the historic Foley Arms Hotel is located in Great Malvern. The Three Counties Showground is 3.3 miles away and Malvern Theaters is a 3-minute walk away. Free WiFi throughout the property is available.Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms have a private bathroom equipped with a bath.This Georgian style hotel lies at the foot of the Malvern Hills, famous for their natural mineral springs and wells. The path up the hill is a 2-minute walk away from the hotel. The Foley Arms Hotel features a restaurant and a bar. You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.The nearest airport is Birmingham Airport, 45 miles from The Foley Arms Hotel.
- The room was huge with awesome views. The room had a very large bed, larger wall mounted TV, two comfy chairs and a coffee table as well as the usual bedroom furniture.
- Relaxed atmosphere and great old feel to hotel yet modern facilities.
- Convenient for the Weatherspoons breakfast downstairs
- Central location and friendly staffComfortable room with good furnishings,including a sitting area in the baywindowBeautiful view over the Vale of EveshamSpacious bathroom including bathtubReliable access to Wifi and a useful desk.
- Fantastic place and very good to have peace in an otherwise hectic life.
The Talbot Hotel
One of our top picks in Ledbury. Featuring a restaurant, bar, garden and free WiFi, The Talbot Hotel is located in Ledbury, 2.5 miles from Eastnor Castle.Guests at the hotel can enjoy a continental or a buffet breakfast.The Talbot Hotel has a terrace. You can play darts at the accommodation, and the area is popular for hiking and cycling.The nearest airport is Gloucestershire Airport, 27 miles from The Talbot Hotel.
- Welcoming arrival. Spacious room and comfortable bed. Good choice of cask beers and well varied dinner menu .Good free wifi reception.
- The building is amazing and I love all the tudor nooks and crannies.
- The location of the hotel is perfect for access to the town centre and for all major routes. My room was in a converted barn and couldnt have been more comfortable best nights sleep in an hotel for quite a while! The evening meal in the pub was superb and the breakfast delicious. The staff were very friendly. The wifi was very good.
- location was fab right in the centre of ledbury, warm welcome from all the locals in the bar.
- A very comfortable room in the quiet annex, with modern facilities. Breakfast was very good too.
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