Set in the stunning countryside of the West Midlands, Malvern View places you in the prime position to enjoy five areas of outstanding natural beauty, a haven for tourists that love the countryside and provides the ideal place to relax and unwind.

Berrington Hall

Berrington Hall

Created as the perfect house in the perfect setting, Berrington has many secrets to uncover. Here in one of Henry Holland’s first houses, you can explore the family rooms or find out what happened to William Kemp, Lord Cawley’s butler. Alternatively, why not join a below-stairs tour to see if you would have liked being a servant at Berrington?

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Chim Doo

Chim Doo

Be transported from rural Worcester, to the bustling streets of Thailand with the authentic food at Chim Doo. Located in a beautiful converted barn, they offer a taste of Thailand with traditional favourites including red and green curry, plus lots of other tasty dishes to try.

Food and Drink
Globe Modern Bistro

Globe Modern Bistro

Globe is an independent family owned bar and dining room, serving freshly cooked food, excellent wines, and locally roasted coffee. The menus change depending on the season to work with suppliers providing the finest, freshest, quality ingredients.

Food and Drink
Green Cow Kitchens

Green Cow Kitchens

Green Cow Kitchens offer a seasonal menu with produce from its own farm. Taste foods from pheasant, partridge and duck to home grown wild garlic, elderflower, and plums to make sumptuous meals in a gorgeous restaurant setting.

Food and Drink
Hampton Court Castle and Gardens

Hampton Court Castle and Gardens

Open throughout the year, Hampton Court Castle and Gardens is a place to discover history. There are a range of events for all the family to enjoy, with many garden and wildlife activities in the spring and summer months. You’ll love visiting the castle time and time again for its old-world charm and beautiful ornamental gardens.

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Hereford Cathedral

Hereford Cathedral

Witness some of the most iconic, historic architecture in Britain. Having been a place of worship since the 8th-century and steeped in history, Hereford Cathedral is home to the famous Mappa Mundi, the medieval map of the world which was created around 1300. This artefact is listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.

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Live and Let Live

Live and Let Live

The Live and Let Live is one of the oldest buildings on Bringsty common. This 16th Century former cider house is the only thatched pub in Herefordshire. Whether you’re looking for afternoon tea in beautiful surrounding or traditional pub grub after a long walk, the Live and Let Live is for you.

Food and Drink
Malvern Theatres

Malvern Theatres

Malvern Theatres is proud of its standing as a leading centre of artistic excellence in the West Midlands. Since opening as the Malvern Assembly Rooms in 1885, it has undergone many changes and is now home to two theatres and a cinema, boasting an impressive range of critically acclaimed theatrical and cinematic productions.

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Mortimer Forest

Mortimer Forest

Straddling the Herefordshire–Shropshire border, Mortimer Forest showcases the best of these regions - breathtaking, unspoiled beauty, flora, fauna and endless scenic walks. Named after the once-powerful Mortimer family, this forest is teeming with wildlife: pack a picnic and lose yourselves in nature.

Pet-friendly
Noakes Farm Riding Centre

Noakes Farm Riding Centre

Located just 1 mile from Bromyard, Noakes Farm Riding Centre is a friendly family run establishment set in the stunning Herefordshire countryside. With superb facilities with both indoor and outdoor riding arenas, you can enjoy activities such as hacking, private lessons and Pony Club days.

Family Friendly
Queenswood Country Park

Queenswood Country Park

Queenswood is the only designated country park in the county. It includes the arboretum, a 47-acre tree collection with over 1,200 rare and exotic trees from all over the world and 123 acres of semi-natural ancient woodland which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve.

Pet-friendly
The Baiting House

The Baiting House

A “proper” country pub, welcoming and cosy in winter but also with a beautiful terrace and gardens to enjoy during the spring and summer months. The daily specials and creative dining menus offer dishes using fresh, award-winning local and seasonal produce, from light lunches, to Baiting House pub classics and hearty main courses.

Food and Drink
The Glass House Cafe

The Glass House Cafe

The Glasshouse Cafe is situated inside a beautiful conservatory with views over the Suckley Hills. There is an outdoor seating area in a sunny courtyard for summer, and a log-burning fire for cosy winter days. You can sit at dining tables or on comfortable sofas, with daily newspapers and magazines to read, and free Wi-Fi.

Food and Drink
The Laskett Gardens

The Laskett Gardens

One of England’s most hidden and private gardens set in the idyllic countryside of Herefordshire. Stretching over acres, it has been an ever evolving creation for Sir Roy Strong and his late wife, Julia Trevelyan Oman. You can explore the Laskett with their interactive map and discover fascinating themes that run throughout.

Good for Couples
The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills

Described as a mountain range in miniature, The Malvern Hills are an eight-mile ridge that contain some of the most stunning views in Britain with their craggy outline being reminiscent of the uplands further west into Wales. George Mallory, the English mountaineer, walked here in preparation for his ascent of Everest.

Pet-friendly
The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak in Bromyard Downs is a traditional 300-year old black & white Freehouse pub. Set in beautiful gardens, if you’re after a relaxing meal, with local produce it’s well worth a visit.

Food and Drink
The Time Machine Museum of Science Fiction

The Time Machine Museum of Science Fiction

Calling all Dr. Who fans! The Time Machine Museum will be right up your alley. Home to the finest collection of television science fiction props and costumes in the UK, this collection houses memorabilia from Star Wars, Thunderbirds, Doctor Who and lots more. A visit to this permanent Museum really is a must for fans of television science fiction!

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West Midland Safari Park

West Midland Safari Park

Are you ready to go on Safari and get up close to incredible animals from around the world? West Midland Safari Park is a fantastic day out for the whole family, with over 1,500 magical animal encounters and great amusement rides to suit children of all ages.

Family Friendly
Westonbury Mill Water Gardens

Westonbury Mill Water Gardens

Set amidst large trees and a tangle of streams and ponds you will find a huge collection of moisture loving plants growing with lush abundance. You can climb the spiral walk through a jungle of leaves, wander around the flower meadow or discover the grotto with a roof made of wine bottles which sparkle in the sun. Every corner brings a surprise.

Family Friendly
Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo

Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo

Admire exotic butterflies and take the opportunity to learn about each stage of their life cycle - this is one for adults and kids. The team at the zoo work hard on the conservation of many rare species from all over the world. With its own visitor centre, there’s also a maze, mini golf and laser tag - a complete family day out.

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