Holdfast Cottage Hotel
Holdfast Cottage Hotel is set in two acres of its own gardens and woodlands and enjoys spectacular views of the Malvern Hills, the beauty of which is timeless. Originally built in the 17th century it has been enlarged in Victorian times. There are eight bedrooms each individually furnished and each one is named after one of the Malvern Hills.
The Hotel is approached via a stunning tree lined drive and there is ample safe and secure parking.
Holdfast Cottage is a wonderfully warm and relaxing Country House Hotel situated in Little Malvern and less than 2 miles from the Three Counties Showground. Set in its own attractive gardens and woodland with magnificent views of the Malvern Hills. Privately owned and run by Steven & Julie Thompson.
A warm welcome awaits guests who enter the cottage through the pretty plant filled conservatory into the old oak beamed hall with original cast iron range.
A cosy Bar and Lounge with log fire assure you of a peaceful and relaxing stay.
The restaurant overlooks the delightful gardens; the emphasis is on friendly and unobtrusive service. The Dining Room serves an award-winning AA menu which incorporates the use of the finest seasonal produce, along with homemade rolls and petites fours. An extensive choice of fine wines to complement your meal. A light bite menu is also available.
The light airy bedrooms are all individually furnished and each one is named after one of the surrounding hills, all with en-suite bathrooms some of which have showers over baths, all have baths, with the exception of the single room which has a shower. Remote control colour TV with free view. Direct dial telephone and wake up calls, thermostatically controlled central heating. A selection of teas, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits, hair dryer and complementary toiletries.
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