Great Malvern, Worcestershire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Great Malvern

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Guest AccessKitchen. Please feel free to make hot drinks and snacks. Interaction with GuestsI am very pleased to welcome you to my home. I do work and I am out a lot so I like time to myself in the evenings. The NeighborhoodThe countryside including apple orchards is less than 5 minutes walk around the corner. The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, are only a 10 minute drive away. Getting AroundMalvern Link Train Station only 15 minutes walk. Bus stop 5 minutes walk. Nearest shop 5 minutes walk. Main town of Great Malvern where you can find places to eat, shops, cinema/theatre and swimming pool, only 5 minutes drive. Other Things to Note2 friendly cats live here but are not allowed in the bedrooms,
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The SpaceGreenways is a family run B&B in the heart of England. Either one twin en-suite or a double en-suite available with television. Hospitality trays included. The Breakfast room is equipped with TV, fridge, toaster, microwave etc. Ample off road parking and secure dry lock-up for bikes. Full English or Continental breakfast and packed lunches available. All rooms have free WiFi. Greenways is in Malvern, close to the famous Malvern Hills, renowned for their great natural beauty inspiring among others the great composer Edward Elgar. The town itself is steeped in history and most famous for the health properties of the spring water. The Morgan sports car factory is 5 minutes from Greenways. Other places of interest such as Stratford-upon-Avon are within easy reach. The train is an easy 5 minutes walk and London 2 hours by train. A warm welcome awaits you from Geri and C.J. Guest AccessGuests will have access to Dining Room with use of TV, Fridge, microwave etc. Interaction with GuestsWe are available to help with local knowledge or just a chat depending on requirements The NeighborhoodThe surrounding countryside and hill walks are highly recommended.There are plenty of cafes,restaurants ect.A wonderful heritage center & (URL HIDDEN) the midlands we are perfectly situated to visit places of interest around the country such Stratford on Avon. Getting AroundThe train station is 5 mins walk & links to all major cities.Buses and coaches are frequent.
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The SpaceThe room is on the first floor, it has a standard double bed, 2 bedside tables and lamps. a dressing table, suitcase stand and an ensuite shower room. It is furnished in a traditional style in keeping with the 18th century building. Tea and coffee are free but we do not offer meals; you may use the kitchen to prepare your meals and keep food in the fridge. There is off street parking. Lovely views. The house is 10 minutes walk from the centre of Malvern, Malvern Theatres and cinema, Waitrose and other local shops. The house is situated in the centre of Link Top common. There is off street parking at the house. Malvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Stratford on Avon is about an hours drive but also served by a direct train. There is an excellent Wetherspoons which serves meals from 7am - 11pm just 10 mins walk away in the centre of Malvern where you will also find an excellent range of restaurants to suit all pockets. The Cotford Hotel which is just 5 minutes walk has AA rosette standard food served only in the evenings and booking is essential. Guest AccessGuests may use the kitchen to prepare and eat meals and may store food in the fridge. Free tea and coffee. You are also welcome to use the garden and the music room (if I am not teaching) Interaction with GuestsMy husband works from home. although he enjoys a chat please dont distract him during working hours. My husband works from home. although he enjoys a chat please dont distract him during working hours. During the evening we tend to flop in front of the tv. We are happy for guests to join us if they are happy to watch the same programmes. The Neighborhood Malvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Worcester and Cheltenham Racecourses are both an easy drive away Getting AroundThe bus stop is across the street and Malvern Link Station is about 10 minutes walk.
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The SpaceThe room is on the first floor, it has a standard double bed, 2 bedside tables and lamps. a dressing table, wardrobe, chest of drawers. The shared bathroom (bath and shower) is just down the passage. It is furnished in a traditional style in keeping with the 18th century building. Tea and coffee are free but we do not offer meals; you may use the kitchen to prepare your meals and keep food in the fridge. There is off street parking. Lovely views. The house is 10 minutes walk from the centre of Malvern, Malvern Theatres and cinema, Waitrose and other local shops. The house is situated in the centre of Link Top common. There is off street parking at the house. Malvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Stratford on Avon is about an hours drive but also served by a direct train. There is an excellent Wetherspoons which serves meals from 7am - 11pm just 10 mins walk away in the centre of Malvern where you will also find an excellent range of restaurants to suit all pockets. The Cotford Hotel which is just 5 minutes walk has AA rosette standard food served only in the evenings and booking is essential. There is off street parking. Lovely views. The house is 10 minutes walk from the centre of Malvern, Malvern Theatres and Waitrose. It is situated in the centre of Link Top common. There is off street parking at the house. Malvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Stratford on Avon is about an hours drive but also served by a direct train. There is an excellent Wetherspoons which serves meals from 7am - 11pm just 10 mins walk away in the centre of Malvern where you will also find an excellent range of restaurants to suit all pockets. The Cotford Hotel which is just 5 minutes walk has AA rosette standard food served only in the evenings and booking is essential. The bus stop is across the street and Malvern Link Station is about 10 minutes walk. Guest AccessGuests may use the kitchen to prepare and eat meals and may store food in the fridge. Free tea and coffee. You are also welcome to use the garden and the music room, which has a tv (if I am not teaching) Interaction with GuestsMy husband works from home. although he enjoys a chat please dont distract him during working hours. During the evening we tend to flop in front of the tv. We are happy for guests to join us if they are happy to watch the same programmes. The NeighborhoodMalvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Worcester and Cheltenham Racecourses are both an easy drive away Getting AroundThe bus stop is across the street and Malvern Link Station is about 10 minutes walk.
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Poor
32 reviews
30br 4-star Hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
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Located in the heart of Malvern, this spa hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Malvern Theatres, Great Malvern Priory, and Malvern Museum. Worcester Racecourse is 6.8 mi (10.9 km) away.
Hotel
Good
30 reviews
3br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Malvern, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Malvern Theatres, Great Malvern Priory, and Malvern Museum. Worcester Racecourse is 8.6 mi (13.8 km) away.
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6br Other
    The six glamping tents at this farm are little bundles of luxury. Upon arrival, your luggage will be transported to your tent, which will also be prepared for you. You’ll walk in to see candles and the stove lit, the cozy beds made, and a little hamper of treats with some home-baked goodies. The tents measure 45m2 and can comfortably sleep up to six people (maximum of five adults and one child) with a double bed, a bunk bed and a cupboard bed perfect for one adult or two children. Please keep in mind that inside the tent there is no gas or electricity. That being said, you will be provided with almost everything you’ll need. You’ll have plates, pots, pans and serving spoons. You’ll also be provided with bed linens, pillows, kitchen linens and a start pack of lamp oil and candles. You’ll also be provided with wood for heating and cooking. To cook inside your tent, you’ll be able to use the rustic wood-burning stove, and if the weather permits, you can also cook outside on the outdoor AGA-style cooker.One of the best perks of these lovely tents is that you’ll have your own private hot tub and an outdoor shower right next to your tent. You can also enjoy the hammock for two and a large sofa inside the tent. There is also a canopy above the veranda.
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    Excellent
    8br Home/Apartment
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    We are a family run Guest House in a quiet residential area yet within easy walking distance from Malvern Town Centre Shops, Theatre, Restaurants and Library. We have installed free use of wifi so that guests can easily access the internet. We are also within easy reach of the hills and welcome walkers and groups and have a large off-road car park at the rear of the building. Our guests recommend our breakfasts which comprise a range of cereals, yoghurts and fruit as well as a wide range of freshly cooked traditional English breakfast items. Small special functions can be catered for by prior arrangement. The Pembridge offers 8 double/twin bedrooms in this sympathetically restored Victorian Villa (built 1867).
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    10br Bed & Breakfast
      Montrose House/Hotel is conveniently situated in the centre of town and minutesfrom the Malvern Theatres,Cinema, Splash Leisure comple,Priory Park,Great Malvern Priory and ,of course the Malvern Hills .All rooms have ensuite facilities,beverage trays,freeview TVs,and a residents lounge for guests ,all areas are non smoking,. On site parking is available in the front of the Hotel.
      Hotel
      23br Hotel
      • Wifi
      The stunning Georgian architecture of this old coaching inn has been a feature of the Victorian spa town of Malvern for 200 years. Situated right in the heart of the town, we have 23 individual bedrooms, many of which have wonderful views across the Severn Plain. All of our rooms are en suite and include tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hair dryer and TV. FREE Wi-Fi is available in the bar area. The Foley Arms Hotel is set in a wonderful location from which to explore the stunning Malvern countryside, the Midlands and the Welsh Marches areas. The area has a wide range of stately homes, beautiful gardens, lively farm parks and award-winning museums for you to explore, along with a host of modern-day attractions for all the family. It is also perfect for those visiting Worcester and Hereford races. There is no on-site parking but there is a long stay car park a short 5 minutes walk from the hotel.
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      The SpaceThe room is on the first floor, it has a standard double bed, 2 bedside tables and lamps. a dressing table, wardrobe, chest of drawers. The shared bathroom (bath and shower) is just down the passage. It is furnished in a traditional style in keeping with the 18th century building. We provide teas, coffee and milk but not any meals; you may use the kitchen to prepare your meals and keep food in the fridge. There is off street parking. Lovely views. The house is 10 minutes walk from the centre of Malvern, Malvern Theatres and cinema, Waitrose and other local shops. The house is situated in the centre of Link Top common. There is off street parking at the house. Malvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Stratford on Avon is about an hours drive but also served by a direct train. There is an excellent Wetherspoons which serves meals from 7am - 11pm just 10 mins walk away in the centre of Malvern where you will also find an excellent range of restaurants to suit all pockets. The Cotford Hotel which is just 5 minutes walk has AA rosette standard food served only in the evenings and booking is essential. Guest AccessGuests may use the kitchen to prepare and eat meals and may store food in the fridge. Free tea and coffee. You are also welcome to use the garden and the music room with tv (if I am not teaching) Interaction with GuestsMy husband works from home. although he enjoys a chat please dont distract him during working hours. During the evening we tend to flop in front of the tv. We are happy for guests to join us if they are happy to watch the same programmes. The NeighborhoodMalvern is a lovely old Spa town with a range of interesting shops and some of the best walking in the country. Malvern Theatres is 10 minutes walk away and The Three Counties Showground is about 10 minutes drive. The interesting historic sites are the Iron Age fort, Malvern Abbey Church, the Morgan car factory (booking essential) and a little further away Worcester and Gloucester cities. Worcester and Cheltenham Racecourses are both an easy drive away Getting AroundThe bus stop is across the street and Malvern Link Station is about 10 minutes walk.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThe flat is on the lower ground floor of the house and has its own private entrance. The large bedroom is flooded with natural light from the two original sash windows, offering great views of the garden. You'll also find a comfy king size bed with luxury mattress and linen. The galley kitchen has all mod cons including gas hob (no oven), microwave, fridge with ice box, toaster and kettle. We provide welcome provisions including milk, bread, butter, cereals, orange juice and tea & coffee. There's a fold-away table and chairs for grabbing a bite to eat inside. But if the sun is shining, you'll probably prefer to head outside to the patio where there's a table and chairs for your exclusive use. The cosy sitting room with big sofa is a great place to relax after a tiring day on the hills. There's no TV, but guests have access to BT Infinity high-speed Wi-Fi and there's lots of books and magazines. Minimum three night stay in July and August. We offer discounted rates for stays of five or more nights: Five nights £275, seven nights £350. Guest AccessThere are other rooms on the lower ground floor that are not occupied (storage, laundry) and that guests do not have access to. We may occasionally access these other rooms using an internal stairwell between the ground and lower ground floors. Interaction with GuestsWe'll be here to welcome you, but as it's a self-contained flat we'll leave you in peace. The NeighborhoodIt's a walker's paradise. We love being able to step out of the front door and within a matter of minutes be climbing the slopes of the beautiful Malvern Hills. The best pub in Malvern, The Nags Head, is just a short stroll across Link Common where you'll find a fine selection of ales. In town, head to Mac & Jacs for lunch, cake and great coffee. For an evening meal, we highly recommend The Inn at Welland, which received The Good Pub Guide award for Worcestershire Dining Pub of the Year 2015. Getting AroundMalvern Link train station is only a 10 min walk, with direct links to Worcester, Birmingham, London and the South West. Other Things to NoteA bit about the history of the place. The house, called 'Hamewith', was built in the mid to late 19th century. After the War it was bought by the teacher and scholar George Sayer, who was Head of English at Malvern College for many years. He was close friends with the authors J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. Both men used to visit Sayer at Hamewith and they enjoyed walking on the hills and visiting the local hostelries. Lewis was Sayer's tutor at Magdalene College, Oxford. They were particularly close friends. Indeed, Sayer wrote an acclaimed biography of Lewis, which you'll find on the bookshelf in the bedroom. It was Lewis who introduced Sayer to Tolkien in the early '50s. The legend goes that in August 1952 Sayer invited Tolkien to stay with him at Hamewith at a time when Tolkien was depressed by his failure to find a publisher for The Lord of The Rings. Sayer later recalled that Tolkien would relive the book as they walked the Malvern Hills, comparing them to the White Mountains of Gondor. While staying at the house, Sayer gave Tolkien an old tape recorder and encouraged him to read passages from The Lord of the Rings. It is said that when Tolkien played back the recordings it renewed his faith in the book and convinced him not to give up. Sayer ultimately put Tolkien in touch with the publisher that bought The Lord of the Rings. So, you could say this is the house that saved The Lord of the Rings!
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      The SpaceTastefully decorated , relaxing, ground floor double room in Lovely colourful and characterful Georgian house with inspirations from travels in India, Africa, Morocco etc Great vicinity for all major attractions in Malvern like the Theatre, walking the Malvern Hills etc, The Double bed is a comfortable sofa bed . Downstairs Toilet. Lovely Moroccan styled bathroom is shared . Use of garden in summer. Smoking area outside . Guest AccessEasy ground floor room and access so suitablle for Disabilities . Secret Garden use (season and weather dependent) Kitchen for breakfast. The lovely Moroccan bathroom is separate upstairs but there is a toilet and hand basin for quests downstairs . Interaction with GuestsWe love to greet our guests and hand over the key and show facilities , tell them information of local places of interest to visit etc and personally serve breakfast in the kitchen or leave breakfast out for guests to help themselves too. We meet so many lovely guests and love to share stories and adventures with them or if you prefer you can just enjoy peace and quiet time. The garden and Moroccan gazebo can be used in the summer and there is an out door smoking area .Let us know personal dietry needs etc beforehand . The NeighborhoodIts perfect for amenities and travel. The link has a station and bus stop around the corner . The shops, Coop, PO, cafes/restaurants, pubs are few minutes away . Close to the hills for walking/hiking , Spa , Malvern theatres, Pool and cinemas . Good veggie/vegan friendly restaurants close by .The neighbourhood is safe and peaceful but convenient to all vicinities . Getting AroundThere is a bus and train station -Malvern Link just around the corner, so easy to get to and from anywhere. Free Parking available outside . Other Things to NoteFriendly, open, veggie/vegan household but everyone is most welcome i.e. you do not have to be a veggie/vegan person to stay , we just ask for no meat/fish on the premises . You will enjoy a good tasty healthy breakfst . The house is comfortable and unique and so convenient for public transport , The hills, beautiful countryside , Three Counties, hiking, cycling and is a perfect place to relax and get away from the City life.
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      The SpaceThis is a cosy Victorian semi-detached villa with the best views of the Malvern Hills. You have a private twin bedded room with shared bathroom facilities. House stairs are steep but perfectly manageable. Car parking is on the road outside. You have complete access to the rest of the house, balcony and garden. We are a few minutes walk form the railway station, great pubs, good restauraunts, theatre, good music and the best hill walks in Malvern. 40 minutes to walk to Three Counties Showground, 10 minutes by car. You can get the best of peace and beauty as well as all the entertainment you need. The house is in a quiet area, although convenient for shops etc. We are very happy to help you plan your time, point you in the right direction, lend maps and bikes.
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      The SpaceImagine staying at the Victorian house of old friends. Step into an original tiled hallway, being greeted eagerly by our resident lurcher, Nessie, and come into our spacious, modern-rustic style kitchen for a nice cup of tea and biscuits. Pretty, warm and bright bedroom with comfy king-sized brass bed with very good quality linen and bedding, books, garden flowers and a glorious view to the Malvern Hills. As far as possible, our cleaning/washing products are environmentally friendly, and we use natural Summa/Faith in Nature soaps. We use only organic milk and butter. Breakfast on the day, which may include bagels, sourdough bread, preserves, muesli, fresh coffee and teas. Free wifi, packed lunches and advice on what their is to do around Malvern. An easy-going place. Guest AccessClean and tidy newly refurbished shared bathroom with bath/shower and downstairs loo. Bathroom, kitchen, dishwasher and laundry facilities. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy spending time with all our guests, as well as being respectful of your privacy. The NeighborhoodThe Malvern Hills beckons walkers, with abundant leafy walks in Regency Malvern. All amenities close by, including buses, trains, bicycle shop, eateries, local pubs, grocery stores and a post office. The renowned Morgan Factory is also a short walk away from our home where you are able to book a time to view how these beautiful cars are hand crafted or maybe organise to take one for a spin! We are a short drive to the Three Counties Showground which hosts events such as the Spring and Autumn Garden Shows, Vintage Flea Markets, VW Club and Vintage Car Club events. Getting AroundMalvern LINK train station with access to Birmingham (1hr), Bristol (1.5hrs), Oxford (1.5hrs), London (2.5hrs) Worcester (10 mins) and Hereford (35 mins) Also local bus stop a stones throw away. Other Things to NoteTime to regenerate, relax and enjoy! If you love cooking then we have a cupboard full of herbs and spices at your disposal, or snuggle into a chair and read a good book from our well stocked shelves. An additional option might be to take the resident hound for a walk across the local common! Just ask.
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      Excellent
      7 reviews
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      The SpaceAn elegant spacious double bedsit in a Victorian ground floor flat with garden on the most prestigious street in Malvern, known as the Mayfair of Malvern. A double bed plus sofa bed in the same room makes it suitable as a family room (NB children from 6-15 ) or it can be a romantic getaway for a couple who like walking, cycling, theatre and historic sites. Ideal also for singles who want privacy, peace, comfort. Longer stays of one month or more are welcome. There is a separate private guest bathroom with shower in the corridor. The room has a mini kitchen with microwave, small fridge, and cooking utensils including crockery so guests may make their own breakfast and heat up a evening dinner or lunch as necessary. Or you can go to Cafe in the Green which serves cooked breakfast and is a 5 minute walk at Barnard's Green. A TV with DVD player is also in the room. Shops include several 24/7's a few minutes away and up the road is a Waitrose, built to complement the landscape of the Malvern Hills. The quaint Victorian train station (2.5 hours to London, 45 minutes to Bristol, 1 hour to Birmingham), is 5 minutes up the road. The Morgan pub, Indian, and Thai restaurants, charming tea rooms are all walking distance. For fine dining there is the well known Cottage in the Wood.The Malvern Theatre & Cinema, as well as the Splash with gym and swimming pool are all about a 5 minute walk. Malvern St James girls school is a few minutes walk, Malvern College and the Abbey Hotel are about 8 minutes walk. For a combination of culture and outdoor pursuits, this location can't be beat. And when you taste the water coming out of the ground from 37 springs, then you know why Malvern is a healing place. Fit for the Queen. Guest Accesswifi, garden with table and chairs Interaction with GuestsAs much as the guests wish to interact, I respond to their needs - whether for privacy or conversation. The NeighborhoodStrawberry Fields is close to the shops, theatre, cinema, yet hidden and quiet at all (URL HIDDEN) is a few minutes walk from Malvern St James, an 8 minute walk to Malvern College and the Abbey Hotel. Getting Around5 minutes to the train station and the bus to Worcester stops on the same street. Other Things to Note2 children from 6-16 years of age can be accommodated on the sofa bed at a charge of GBP 10 per person per night .
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      1br house
      • Pets Allowed
      A wing of the owner's home in the village of West Malvern, this lovely holiday home can sleep three people in one double bedroom with an additional folding bed. The Coach House is in the wing of the owner's home, in the village of West Malvern, just two and a half miles from Great Malvern in Worcestershire. The cottage sleeps three people in one double bedroom, which has an additional folding bed and an en-suite shower room. Also in the cottage is an open plan living space with a kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area. Outside is off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden with furniture. Situated on the western side of the Malvern Hills, The Coach House is ideal for a romantic break in this lovely part of the country. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Free shared use of gym, sauna and heated swimming pool approx. 25 yards from cottage (private times available by arrangement with owner). Enclosed lawned garden with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 2 mins walk. Note: Max. 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years. Note: Spiral staircase to first floor, care should be taken. Note: The folding beds can be put up in the bedroom or downstairs in the living area. Note: Guests can pre-book the leisure area to guarantee availability and private use of swimming pool. Note: Free swimming lessons can be provided by arrangement with owner. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. A wing of the owner's home in the village of West Malvern, this lovely holiday home can sleep three people in one double bedroom with an additional folding bed. The Coach House is in the wing of the owner's home, in the village of West Malvern, just two and a half miles from Great Malvern in Worcestershire. The cottage sleeps three people in one double bedroom, which has an additional folding bed and an en-suite shower room. Also in the cottage is an open plan living space with a kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area. Outside is off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden with furniture. Situated on the western side of the Malvern Hills, The Coach House is ideal for a romantic break in this lovely part of the country. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Free shared use of gym, sauna and heated swimming pool approx. 25 yards from cottage (private times available by arrangement with owner). Enclosed lawned garden with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 2 mins walk. Note: Max. 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years. Note: Spiral staircase to first floor, care should be taken. Note: The folding beds can be put up in the bedroom or downstairs in the living area. Note: Guests can pre-book the leisure area to guarantee availability and private use of swimming pool. Note: Free swimming lessons can be provided by arrangement with owner. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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      3br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This detached three-storey cottage in the Worcestershire town of Malvern sleeps six people in three bedrooms. 2 Norfolk Villas is a detached three-storey cottage situated a five minute walk from the centre of Malvern town in Worcestershire. This cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms, consisting of two doubles and a twin, as well as a lower ground floor bathroom. The cottage also has a kitchen, dining room and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside there is roadside parking and two enclosed patios with furniture and a chiminea. 2 Norfolk Villas has wonderful walks and cycle routes nearby, as well as all the conveniences of town amenities on the doorstep. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove. Range cooker with electric double oven and 5-ring gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Sky, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and wood for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Roadside parking. Lockable bike storage. Enclosed patios with furniture and chiminea. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Note: There are 45 steps to the property from the road. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This detached three-storey cottage in the Worcestershire town of Malvern sleeps six people in three bedrooms. 2 Norfolk Villas is a detached three-storey cottage situated a five minute walk from the centre of Malvern town in Worcestershire. This cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms, consisting of two doubles and a twin, as well as a lower ground floor bathroom. The cottage also has a kitchen, dining room and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside there is roadside parking and two enclosed patios with furniture and a chiminea. 2 Norfolk Villas has wonderful walks and cycle routes nearby, as well as all the conveniences of town amenities on the doorstep. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove. Range cooker with electric double oven and 5-ring gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Sky, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and wood for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Roadside parking. Lockable bike storage. Enclosed patios with furniture and chiminea. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Note: There are 45 steps to the property from the road. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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      Excellent
      9 reviews
      4br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Farmhouse Cottage is attached to a 16th Century, timber framed, former farmhouse. Located on the very edge of Malvern it is conveniently located for a peaceful stay with easy access to the Malvern Hills and the town. It has four bedrooms, one double, two flexible twin or king and one single. Comfortably sleeps 7 people though seating in kitchen is best suited to a maximum of 6. It has a private patio with BBQ and shared use of the one acre gardens. There is ample, safe, off road parking. Farmhouse Cottage is nicely appointed and combines traditional charcacter with modern conveniences such as free wifi. It has central heating and a wood burning stove in the sitting room. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher and washing machine. There is a tumble dryer available for use in a garage. The four bedrooms are upstairs with exposed beams and sloping ceilings. There is one bathroom with bath/shower and an additional shower room which is ensuite to two bedrooms. The cottage has a downstairs loo plus two upstairs. 4 bedrooms, sleeps 6/7, wifi, garden, patio, dogs welcome, peaceful location The upstairs was completely renovated at the end of 2013.
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      Excellent
      1 review
      1br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      The Cider Press is a cosy ground floor apartment that adjoins a Grade II listed, timber framed, former farmhouse. It has one bedroom plus a sofa bed in the sitting room and the kitchen and shower room were renovated and updated in 2011. It has it's own patio and shared use of the one acre gardens. Cowleigh park Farm is peacefully situated on the edge of Malvern with easy access to the hills and town. There is ample, safe, off road parking. ground floor, one bedroom, dog friendly, wifi
      b&b
      Excellent
      1 review
      1br b&b
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      barn
      Excellent
      9 reviews
      2br barn
        Luxury Holiday Barn set at the bottom of the Malvern Hills with the most beautiful panoramic views over the two counties of Hereford and Worcester. The barn comprises of all of the original features, with oak beams and oak floors throughout. Each room is large and airy and throws in light at all angles. Our luxury barn is situated on our family small holding where we have 70 acres of strolling to offer as well as offering the opportunity to bring your own horse, mountain bike or walking boots to enjoy the fantastic rides and bridle paths around the local area. We are also close enough for hacks, walks and rides to the Malverns. We have all of the necessary information for this on our web site. Or you can come along and just relax in luxury and visit Malvern and all of the activities it offers, from the theatre, restaurants and farmers markets. We are also very close to the historic market town of Ledbury with it's cobbled streets of family run independent boutiques as well as popular high street names. Cradley is one of the oldest and largest villages within Worcestershire and Herefordshire, it features a village of beautiful black and white cottages and a church which dates back to domesday. The village has a small shop locally and a large pub and restaurant on the main road in. There are plenty of interesting walks within the area which can be downloaded from our web site. Locally within the village is "Blue Ginger" which has become a showcase for many talented local artists and craftspeople as well as some of the best of British talent and carefully sourced fairly traded crafts from far away. The gallery, located in the grounds of a C15th timber framed Herefordshire farmhouse, has a diversity of quality goods on display. Within the main gallery there is also a coffee shop serving light lunches, delicious home-made cakes, and fair-trade tea and coffee.
        cottage
        Excellent
        18 reviews
        1br cottage
          The Byre, Malvern is a charming self-catering holiday cottage which sleeps two people.Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the foot of The Malvern Hills, it enjoys wonderful views from all aspects.The cottage benefits from a private gate which opens directly on to The Worcestershire Way. This makes it ideal for walkers and cyclists yet it is only one mile from the centre of Great Malvern with its many entertainment, eating and shopping facilities.The Byre adjoins the owner's property but is completely self-contained. The cottage comprises a large open-plan room with a sleeping area, a sitting area, a dining area and a kitchen area together with a separate shower room. The main property is a 17th century threshing barn with Georgian brick and stone additions. With an abundance of oak beams, comfy furniture and a cast-iron stove, the cottage makes for a romantic and cosy retreat.The cottage is well equipped and perfectly located for taking advantage of the spa town of Malvern. The Byre is an ideal destination for sightseeing, walking, cycling or just relaxing on short or long breaks. •Generous Welcome Pack•Owners on-site to welcome•Cycle storage available on-site•Pub and restaurant ten minute walk•Waitrose and town centre five minute drive•Malvern spring water on tap•Wi-Fi, Freesat HD TV and radio•Private patio with wonderful views •Hairdryer, shower gel and shampoo•Well equipped kitchen and bathroom•5' double bed•Cast iron stove
          shepherds hut
          1br shepherds hut
            A holiday or short break with a difference , can totally relax and enjoy , reading, walking cycling watching the world go by OR use the shepherds hut as a base ,annual festivals most month a mile away, visit national trust properties ,Malvern hills ,local historic towns BRING the family with you can camp along side. If you like breakfast cooked for you The area each year has a lot to offer ,one mile away, a Folk Festival, Jazz Festival, Blues Festival, Music Festival , Within five miles Steam Rally. At the Three Counties showground Spring flower show ,Three counties 3 day show, Western motor show, VW Busfest Auturm garden show and many more events including Dog and Horse Shows .Eastnor Castle has some wonderful events. The area has outstanding beauty, walks cycle rides, so much to offer most people River and lakes to fish . golf courses. With such a chores romantic break for two ,if some like camping and some do not you can incorporate the two by using the shepherds hut with the facilities which includes the barbeque and seating and open space .you can bring your dog As the weather gets colder and the evening draw in light the log burner in the shepherds hut and stay snug .
            Home/Apartment
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Pets Allowed
            • Breakfast
            • Parking
            The SpaceThe victorian flat is entirely private, with an original fireplace and sash windows and a great sofa for relaxing on after walking the Malvern Hills! Guest AccessYou can access all areas of the large mature garden and use the chairs and tables. Interaction with GuestsIf you want to totally relax, you can come into the main house and I will make your breakfast for you - I can recommend good places to visit and some great pubs with locally sourced food and local ales. The NeighborhoodThe flat is situated between Great Malvern and West Malvern. Evening drinks at West Malvern's The Chase Inn or The Brewers Arms means the sunsets are fantastic with beautiful views, or 5 minutes walk from the flat is The Nags Head, an award winning pub with plenty of real ales to try and good pub food, all dog friendly - great restaurants, theatre and of course, with the Elgar connection, fantastic music! Getting AroundI am a five minute walk to the bus stop, 10 minutes to Malvern Link train station, lots of taxi's and I am also happy to collect you or drop you off if you need a lift! Other Things to NoteThere is so much to do here, the Three Counties Showground, theatres, cinemas, gardens, shops and cities to visit.
            Home/Apartment
            Good
            6 reviews
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceThe apartment is on the third floor of a recently-converted block of 14. It contains a king-sized bed and luxury linen with storage space (a large wardrobe). It's peaceful and comfortable with full amenities for relaxing after a busy day' s walking or sightseeing. Attached to the bedroom is a shower room with overhead shower and luxury, comfortable towels (no scratching and they will dry you!). The lounge/diner/kitchen is a very well designed area with windows in 2 walls giving views over wonderful countryside and the hills and giving plenty of light. The lounge-diner contains a dining table with 4 chairs and 2 comfortable lounge chairs. The kitchen is fit for a chef with its full range of amenities (washer-dryer, dishwasher, fridge, oven, hob, microwave, etc) with ample space to produce - or microwave - meals. A welcome pack containing the essentials (tea/coffee, milk, biscuits) is provided to help you recover from the journey. A walk to Waitrose will help you stretch your legs but you can ask to have provisions bought and left for you for your first night. Free Wifi is provided in the flat. The access code is written on the instruction book on the sideboa.rd beside the dining table. There is no tv but (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) 'filmontv' and that will compensate Guest AccessThe apartment is self-contained within its block of 14. Guests will have a front door key and a separate key to enter their flat. Interaction with GuestsAlthough the hosts currently live on a boat, in Holland, a relative looks after the flat and deals with any problems which may occur. She is also a native of the area and so can give lots of useful advice. The NeighborhoodMalvern is a pretty town with all amenities needed to make your stay wonderful! It has lots of cafes and restaurants (see information pack), welcoming pubs, and good shopping with several independent boutiques (as well as the better-known supermarkets). Its views over the hills and surrounding countryside are gorgeous and access to walking on them is just up the road. The apartment is in a very safe neighbourhood with its own dedicated car parking space. Free wifi is available in the apartment. A one-night stay costs £100 but there are deals for 2 nights over the weekend (£150), for more than one night in the week (£60) and for a week's stay (£350). There are innumerable places of interest both in Malvern and in the surrounding areas. Details of most of these can be found in the Tourist Office (2 minutes up the road) or online. Getting AroundBus stops are just outside the doors and the Great Malvern train station is a short walk away with direct links to Worcester, Birmingham, Hereford, and many of the local picturesqe towns. There is a second train station at Malvern Link, 10 minutes away. Other Things to NoteThe minimum length of stay is two nights. There is a dedicated parking space for the apartment which, as parking is difficult in Malvern, is a bit like finding a gold nugget! Malvern has 2 railway stations one within walking distance. It is on the Hereford-Worcester line with easy access to some of the must-see towns and - from those - on to the rest of the country. There is also an excellent bus system which is particularly useful when there are shows or exhibitions on at the Three Counties Showground when parking may be a nuisance.
            Bedroom
            Bedroom
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            Guest AccessGuests have use of the kitchen including shelves in fridge freezer and cupboard. Interaction with GuestsPlease ask for information on local places of interest including walks on the Malvern Hills, cycle rides, and great places to eat. The NeighborhoodA lovely, scenic, peaceful area with no crime. Close to countryside (round the corner), and 5 minutes drive to the Victorian Spa town of Great Malvern, and the Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding local beauty. Close to the 3 Counties Showground, famous for the RHS Garden Show in May. Getting Around10 minute walk to the train station; regular trains to London, Birmingham, Worcester, Cheltenham. 5 minute walk to bus stop for local trips/commute. Approximately 7 miles from the M5 motorway junction 6.
            Bedroom
            Good
            41 reviews
            Bedroom
            • Wifi
            • Smoking Allowed
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The SpaceDouble room, Finished to a high standard with a private shower room. Seating, storage and fridge with tea and coffee making facilities. In a private walled garden with parking. There are no longer cooking facilities in this room and we do not have the means to install a TV. Near to train station, pubs, shops and restaurants. Guest AccessThe room has its own front door and a private shower room. The room has a small fridge with tea and coffee and juice. The Guests have access to the garden, both front and rear, off road parking and cycle storage. There is a patio wood burner you can use for sunny evening and use of the BBQ. There is a café in front of the property that is open everyday apart from Monday. Guests have towels and toiletries. Wi-Fi and all bedding. Washing Machine and tumble dryer is available for guests to use for a small charge. Pets are also welcome. Interaction with GuestsWe will be here to meet and greet guests, we can show them local points of interest and provide them with Maps and offer inexpensive food in the little cafe which is in front of the property. The property has view of the Malverns. We will be onsite for the entire stay. The NeighborhoodThe neighbours are very friendly and guests have been invited to dinner by our neighbours!! We have some nice eateries, some of the best pubs in the UK and great walks on the Malvern Hills. We have a fantastic theatre and gardens as well as a popular and vibrant music seen. Getting AroundBus stop is outside the property for London and Cheltenham, Train station is two minutes walk that will take you to most places in the UK. We have a direct train from Birmingham International and we are two hours from London. Off road parking to the rear of the property behind security gates. The property has security due to the bicycle shop that shares part of the grounds. Other Things to NoteWe are really easy going and like nothing more than a glass of wine with our guests during the evening and there is a fully licenced bar and café on the premises. Due to recent issues with the plumbing and drainage in our 400 year old building we now ask guests to refrain from cooking in the room. We can accommodate most things in the cafe and if guest would like to cook this can be arranged in a shared kitchen.
            Home/Apartment
            Excellent
            22 reviews
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceBurford House is situated in the heart of Great Malvern and is an ideal location to explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The apartment is very spacious and well equipped and has been well thought out to make our guests stay as comfortable as possible. With two bedrooms both have king size beds, high quality sprung mattresses, luxury linen and towels, micro fibre duvet and pillows but with a luxurious feather squish. Both rooms have plenty of wardrobe and drawer space with a hairdryer in each. One room benefits from the beautiful view to the rear of the apartment and the other has two large windows to the side. A very well equipped kitchen diner with dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven , microwave and fridge freezer and also a DAB radio with Bluetooth connection. The lounge has magnificent views over the Severn Valley and has a full HD TV and Blu-ray player and a sky package including sky sports and movies on demand. BT infinity Wi-Fi throughout the apartment. The bathroom also enjoys views to the Severn Valley and has a spacious bath with p shaped shower over. Battery tea lights can be found throughout the apartment, sorry but no real candles please. The side entrance door leads into a private corridor where there is a washing machine, iron, airer etc and is an ideal place to leave bikes and any outdoor clothing. Guest AccessOne designated parking space is reserved for apartment 3 and a further space could be arranged on request. Access through the main entrance, located to the left hand side of the building, is via a flight of stairs and access through the rear entrance is to the right hand side of the building and down a few steps. There is a communal garden which the guests are very more than welcome to use and a seating area outside the rear entrance that is ideal for a peaceful cup of tea. Interaction with GuestsI live locally and can be on hand if needed and would be more than happy to answer any queries but unless requested would leave guests to enjoy their stay in privacy. A welcome pint of milk with tea, selection of herbal teas, coffee, sugar and yummy cake will be in the apartment on arrival. The NeighborhoodThe Malvern Hills are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and made famous in the 1800's for Hydropathy - The Water Cure. When the great Victorian composer, Sir Edward Elgar, was looking for inspiration for his music, it is said that he would come to the Malvern Hills. Whilst staying in this beautiful and ideally situated apartment in Burford House, you can take a short walk up onto the hills so that you too can experience the same inspirational views across Worcestershire and its neighbouring counties. Following the Victorian donkey paths up onto the hills towards The Worcestershire Beacon (the highest point of the hills), you'll pass St. Ann's Well in about 20 minutes (perhaps stopping to sample some Malvern Water or enjoy coffee and cake) before reaching the 8 mile ridge that connects the many trails (about 100 miles) over/through the hills whilst marvelling at the stunning views and scenery. Keen cyclists may enjoy mountain or road biking with many cycle and bridal paths suitable for all abilities. There are also many attractions for visitors in the town. There are a variety of pubs and restaurants all within walking distance, as well as the state of the art Theatre complex which attracts pre and post-London productions, in addition there is a cinema within the complex. Malvern is home to the famous Three Counties Show Ground which has many events throughout the year the main shows being the Spring and Autumn Gardening shows and the Royal Agricultural show. The last wholly made British car factory is in Malvern and a tour round the Morgan car factory and visitor centre with museum (where the cars are still hand made) can be arranged for a very small fee or hire a Morgan car for the day and take a picnic into the hills. The impressive Great Malvern Priory Church sits in the centre of town and parts of the original Norman church can still be seen and date back to 1085. The Priory as we see it today was largely completed by 1500 and contains some of the finest medieval stained glass in the country. In the Priory Church yard some of the original gas lamps can be seen which are said to possibly be the inspiration for the lamp in the forest of C S Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Other famous visitors of Malvern include Charles Darwin, C.S. Lewis, Charles Dickenson, Florence Nightingale, Peter Roget, George Bernard Shaw and Sir Edward Elgar. Great Malvern Railway Station (built in 1861 and preserved as the most ornate, small station in the country) is just a short walk away and provides good links to Worcester, Ledbury, Hereford, The Cotswolds, Birmingham and London Paddington. There are also good bus links around the Malvern Hills including weekends and Bank Holidays. Malvern is an ideal base from which to explore many local attractions across the three counties. The City of Worcester is approximately 8 miles away, it has a beautiful Cathedral, it's home to the Worcestershire County Cricket Ground and Royal Worcester Porcelain. Visitors can also find out more about the cities role in the Civil War at the Commandery Museum. The riverside town of Upton upon Severn is approximately 7 miles away and is host to various events throughout the year including Jazz, Folk and Blues festivals. Further afield, Elgar's Birthplace Museum, a trip on a steam train on the Severn Valley Railway, West Midland Safari Park and the Cotswolds are all within easy reach. Cross over the hills into Herefordshire, and you'll be able to enjoy the beautiful grounds and a tour of Eastnor Castle, or perhaps wander round the picturesque market town of Ledbury. Getting AroundBurford House has one allocated parking space however a car is not necessary as the property is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, theatre, cinema, and of course easy access onto the Malvern Hills. There is a regular bus service to neighbouring towns and the train station is within walking distance with direct links to Worcester, Birmingham, Ledbury, The Cotswolds and London Paddington. The Tourist information office is just a few minutes walk from the property and the staff are extremely knowledgeable about Malvern and the surrounding area. Other Things to NoteThere are 2 entrances into the apartment. The main entrance door is situated to the left hand side of the property and leads down a flight of stairs, the side entrance is accessed to the right hand side of the property, this also leads down some steps. The side access is ideal for storing bikes and muddy boots etc.
            apt. / condo
            1br apt. / condo
              The apartment is in a recently-converted Victorian house in the centre of the town of Great Malvern within easy walking distance of the Malvern Hills, all Malvern's amenities (theatre, leisure centre, shops, etc), public transport links, and within driving distance of all the pretty, historic towns in the area. Malvern hosts a number of shows and is within a few miles of the Three Counties Showground with its regular exhibitions. The apartment block backs on to the Winter Gardens - which hosts entertainment of all kinds during the year and which is a wonderfully peaceful area to sit and admire the Lake, the park itself - and the Leisure Centre. There are a large number of cafes, bars, restaurants close by. For example, you could visit one of the 7 pubs in Upton-upon-Severn, a lot of which provide meals as well, many on the banks of the River Severn, Free wifi is available in the flat. Instructions for logging in are clearly on display. There are bus stops outside the apartment block and Great Malvern railway station is within walking distance. Malvern itself is renowned for the Malvern Hills with its walking and wonderful views. One of the best-known, perhaps is the car park at British Camp, the breath-taking (in both sense: the huffing and puffing can almost be heard in the town and the views are stupendous) walk up the hills with the hotel at the foot of the hills to give you, by then, much-needed sustenance. The Morgan Motor Factory is a short distance from the flat and offers organised tours of the premises and both old and new cars The Winter Gardens are next to the apartment block and houses Malvern's Theatre Complex The Leisure Centre is next door to the Gardens The Three Counties Showground is a short bus ride away and houses almost weekly exhibitions which includes the Three Counties Show in June There are numerous galleries, exhibition centres, historic buildings in the area. Let me know what you're most interested in and I'll send you more details and relevant websites.
              Bedroom
              Excellent
              4 reviews
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              Savour the spectacular views from the quiet oasis of this garden apartment in a converted Georgian mansion located in the heart of Great Malvern. Just step outside to ramble (walk) the famous Malvern Hills, or wander down to one of the many traditional pubs of this old Victorian spa town. This private room (single bed) would suit the single traveller or someone on a short break escape.
              Bedroom
              Excellent
              23 reviews
              Bedroom
              • Pets Allowed
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceThe view from this room is fantastic and it's perfectly situated to access Malvern Hills and only a short walk into Malvern town centre. Guest AccessYou will have access to the garden and kitchen. Interaction with GuestsI am very keen to make sure guests have an enjoyable stay and can recommend good places to visit and eat. The NeighborhoodA fantastic place to visit, great pubs, the theatre, the Three Counties Showground, and of course, the Hills! Getting AroundVery easily accessible for trains and buses and I am happy to give lifts when I can!
              apt. / condo
              Excellent
              3 reviews
              2br apt. / condo
                Burford House is situated in the heart of Great Malven and is an ideal location to explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The apartment is very spacious and well equipped and has been well thought out to make our guests stay as comfortable as possible. With two bedrooms both have king size beds, high quality sprung mattresses, luxury linen and towels, micro fibre duvet and pillows but with a luxurious feather squish. Both rooms have plenty of wardrobe and drawer space with a hairdryer in each. One room benefits from the beautiful view to the rear of the apartment and the other has two large windows to the side. A very well equipped kitchen diner with dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven , microwave and fridge freezer and also a DAB radio with Bluetooth connection. The lounge has magnificent views over the Severn Valley and has a full HD TV and Blu-ray player and a sky package including sky sports and movies on demand. BT infinity Wi-Fi throughout the apartment. The bathroom also enjoys views to the Severn Valley and has a spacious bath with p shaped shower over. Battery tea lights can be found throughout the apartment, sorry but no real candles please. The side entrance door leads into a private corridor where there is a washing machine, iron, airer etc and is an ideal place to leave bikes and any outdoor clothing. The Malvern Hills are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and made famous in the 1800's for Hydropathy - The Water Cure. When the great Victorian composer, Sir Edward Elgar, was looking for inspiration for his music, it is said that he would come to the Malvern Hills. Whilst staying in this beautiful and ideally situated apartment in Burford House, you can take a short walk up onto the hills so that you too can experience the same inspirational views across Worcestershire and its neighbouring counties. Following the Victorian donkey paths up onto the hills towards The Worcestershire Beacon (the highest point of the hills), you'll pass St. Ann's Well in about 20 minutes (perhaps stopping to sample some Malvern Water or enjoy coffee and cake) before reaching the 8 mile ridge that connects the many trails (about 100 miles) over/through the hills whilst marvelling at the stunning views and scenery. Keen cyclists may enjoy mountain or road biking with many cycle and bridal paths suitable for all abilities. There are also many attractions for visitors in the town. There are a variety of pubs and restaurants all within walking distance, as well as the state of the art Theatre complex which attracts pre and post-London productions, in addition there is a cinema within the complex. Malvern is home to the famous Three Counties Show Ground which has many events throughout the year the main shows being the Spring and Autumn Gardening shows and the Royal Agricultural show. The last wholly made British car factory is in Malvern and a tour round the Morgan car factory and visitor centre with museum (where the cars are still hand made) can be arranged for a very small fee or hire a Morgan car for the day and take a picnic into the hills. The impressive Great Malvern Priory Church sits in the centre of town and parts of the original Norman church can still be seen and date back to 1085. The Priory as we see it today was largely completed by 1500 and contains some of the finest medieval stained glass in the country. In the Priory Church yard some of the original gas lamps can be seen which are said to possibly be the inspiration for the lamp in the forest of C S Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Other famous visitors of Malvern include Charles Darwin, C.S. Lewis, Charles Dickenson, Florence Nightingale, Peter Roget, George Bernard Shaw and Sir Edward Elgar. Great Malvern Railway Station (built in 1861 and preserved as the most ornate, small station in the country) is just a short walk away and provides good links to Worcester, Ledbury, Hereford, The Cotswolds, Birmingham and London Paddington. There are also good bus links around the Malvern Hills including weekends and Bank Holidays. An apartment within a Grand Georgian house in the centre of Great Malvern set peacefully to the rear of the property, amazing views across the Severn Valley and a few minutes walk to the foot of the Malvern Hills and the Worcestershire Beacon Trail.