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Situated in the historical district, this apartment is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Malvern Theatres and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Worcester Racecourse.
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Located in the heart of Worcester, this spa hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Worcester Racecourse, Malvern Museum and Malvern Theatres. Great Malvern Priory ...
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Situated in Malvern, this cottage is within 6 miles (10 km) of Malvern Museum, Malvern Theatres and Great Malvern Priory. Worcester Racecourse and Wye Valley ...
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The historic town of Malvern is easily accessible, given its proximity to the M5 and the fact that it is well served by rail links to nearby Birmingham and London Paddington. Throughout the 1800s Malvern was something of a draw for the rich and famous, who were attracted by its status as spa town, and was visited by the likes of Queen Victoria, Charles Darwin and Florence Nightingale. While Malvern hotels might have been relatively few back them, today there is a wide selection for visitors to enjoy.
Hotels in Malvern come in all shapes and sizes, from unassuming little B&Bs to old-school inns such as the Wyche Inn, and sprawling country house hotels such as the Colwall Park Hotel. While they may differ in size, the majority offer spectacular views of the surrounding countryside, which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There is plenty to do in and around the town. For families with children, a trip to the West Midlands Safari Park is a great day out, as is a visit to the Malvern Hills Geocentre. If you’d prefer something closer to your Malvern hotel, then the Elgar Birthplace Museum gives a fascinating insight into one of the town’s most famous sons. Alternatively, there are a number of beautiful, historic buildings in the area, such as Croome Court, Eastnor Castle and St. Ann’s Well.
The Malvern Theatres is something of a cultural hub for Worcestershire and the West Midlands, attracting visitors who want to come and see plays, music events, comedy and dance. In October, the theatre also acts as home to the Malvern Festival, which was founded by Sir George Bernard Shaw. The festival attracts thousands of visitors so it’s well worth booking your hotel in advance, as rooms tend to be scarce.
With superb shopping and eating to be had in the town itself, Malvern is a pleasure to explore. Booking a hotel in Malvern is the best way to ensure you make the most of your time in one of England’s most beautiful destinations.