Malvern Hills Hotel
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 situated 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.
Whether it is a light snack, a hearty bar meal or something a little more special, our head chef and his team are on hand to provide a sumptuous selection to suit every appetite.
Relax in the Oak Lounge Bar, where in the colder months the log burner will keep you warm, or maybe out on the terrace to enjoy the sunshine in the summertime.
Lounge Bar Dining
The oak lounge bar is perfect for less formal dining. You might pop in for coffee after walking the hills and decide to stay for lunch, no need to change, we serve our full menu plus bar snacks all day. The oak panels exude a sense of unique character and the warming log burner is a wonderful treat through the cold winter months.
Why not dine in the Vu Restaurant, where you can eat while overlooking the stunning vista of the Herefordshire countryside. The glass fronted restaurant is perfect for small groups or that romantic candlelit meal with a special person!
Each one of our comfortably styled rooms is ideal for that stay away from home, a relaxing environment for even the weariest of traveller.
An ingrained sense of style pervades, with many of the rooms commanding stunning views across the Herefordshire countryside. Our rooms retain the warmth and character of this beautiful old building, while being fully equipped with modern comforts.
All rates include bed and breakfast.
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And to the west is the Malverns; dark, brooding hills that rise suddenly over the valley of the River Severn that courses north to south down to the Bristol Channel.
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