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Local Attractions
Malvern:
(3 miles)

A Spa town founded by the Victorians. Priory rebuilt 1460. Abbey Gateway Museum, Elgar grave. Restored Railway Station, Malvern Theatre featuring Almeda season and many Chichester productions. New Space home of English String Orchestra. Three Counties Showground - lots of events major and minor.

Malvern Hills Tourist Information

Upton-upon-Severn:
(5 miles)

A gentle riverside town, good for a riverside walk
or a river trip.

Upton Upon Severn Tourist Information

Worcester:
(11 miles)

11th Century Cathedral, burial place of King John and Prince Arthur. Commandery Civil War Museum. Site of Battle of Worcester. Royal Worcester porcelain museum.

Visit Worcester Website

Ledbury:
(8 miles)

An unspoilt Domesday Book town and scene of major Civil War Battle. Fabulous timber buildings including Market House "The House on Stilts".

Visit Ledbury Website

Tewkesbury:
(12 miles)

Fabulous Abbey - Norman origin. Famous battle site. River Trips.

Tewkesbury Tourist Directory

Cheltenham:
(24 miles)

The home of jump racing. Lovely Regency town. Good for shopping. Various museums and Art gallery. Holst was born here (museum).

Visit Cheltenham Website

Hereford:
(20 miles)

On river Wye. Cathedral - home of Mappa Mundi and fabulous chained library. Museums.

Visit Herefordshire Website

Gloucester:
(29 miles)

Beautiful Cathedral where William the Conqueror commissioned the Domesday Book, Henry III crowned and Edward II and Robert, eldest son of William I are buried. Museums, docks.

Cotswolds Tourism Website

Stratford-Upon-Avon:
(35 miles)

Home of a playwright called Shakespeare! A must if you haven't been

Stratford-Upon-Avon Tourism Website

Birmingham:
(41 miles)

Our cultural centre. The world's best concert hall, International Convention Centre, National Exhibition Centre.

Be In Birmingham Website

Walking:

Lots! including direct access to Hills from hotel, Bredon Hill, Worcestershire Way, Wye Forest, Wye Valley, Forest of Dean

Walking the Malvern Hills

Houses:

Eastnor Castle (7 miles)

National Trust: (All open April - October)

Croughton Court (27 miles)

Snowshill Manor (27 miles)

Croft Castle
(32 miles)

Berrington Hall
(26 miles)

Others:

Hartlebury Castle incl. County Museum (April - September but limited) (23 miles)

Little Malvern Court (April - July) (3 miles)

Goodrich Castle 13th century (Daily) (18 miles)

Berkeley Castle (Summer) (45 miles)

Sudeley Castle (April - September) (26 miles)

Warwick Castle (Daily) (43 miles)

Stanway House (June - August) (24 miles)

Ragley Hall (April - September) (24 miles)

Hanbury Hall (April - October not Sundays) (19 miles)

Harvington Hall (March - September) (25 miles)

Broadfield Court

Suggested day trips:

Oxford via Blenheim Palace (Daily)

Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust / Berkely Castle and Butterfly Farm (April - September - check!)

Stratford-Upon-Avon / Warwick (Castle)

Black and White Village Trail

Forest of Dean, Symonds Yat, Wye Valley; Cotswold Tour

The Black Mountains / Brecon Beacons

Good Places to eat in the area

Outlook - Cottage in the Wood Hotel

The Royal Oak – Leigh Sinton

The Anupam (Indian) - Great Malvern

The Star (Chinese) – Malvern Link

Ask - Great Malvern

The Bull – Bosbury

The Malthouse – Ledbury

The Olive Tree (Italian) - :Ledbury

The Fleece - Bretforton

The Wellington - Chances Pitch

Bhan Thai -Malvern Wells

The Bear and Ragged Staff - Branford

The Fox Inn - Bransford

The Swan - Newland

The Fleet - Twyning

 

 


 

 

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