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.
Focusing on one of the region’s finest assets - its local beef - Foxy’s Steak Bar is a must visit for meat lovers. Whether in a couple, group or family, you’ll be welcomed with a smile and leave with a full stomach after struggling to choose your favourite dish from their extensive menu.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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