Cotford Hotel

This charming Victorian hotel is perfect for exploring the nearby Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds in general.

Run by a close-knit, family team and boasting a fantastic restaurant with top quality food, the hotel contains some beautifully decorated rooms, some of which overlook the landscaped gardens and surrounding hills. A blissful escape!

 

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Great Malvern

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Great Malvern is located within the county of Worcestershire, England, and is considered as an up-and-coming tourist hotspot within the country. Amongst the town's amenities is the Malvern Theatres complex, a park, a swimming pool and a large indoor and outdoor sports facility.

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The surrounding Malvern Hills give the town a steep incline, however they make a picturesque location to view the surrounding areas. At the heart of the town is a statue of Edward Elgar the composer, who lived in the town and is an interesting focal point to view.

There are a number of great shops, cafes, restaurants and public houses within the town, making Great Malvern a great area to enjoy a more urbanised romantic or family retreat. Along the railway line is the Victorian Great Malvern railway station, which is a listed building and is a superb existing example of Victorian railway architecture.

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Malvern Museum of Local History, Abbey Road, Malvern WR14 3ES (01684) 567811
Located in the centre of Great Malvern, the Museum of Local History comprises a number of themed rooms telling the story of Malvern’s history.

The Medieval Room houses a Benedictine monk who brings to life the story of Malvern from the 11th to 16th Centuries.
A Victorian Room showcases a selection of items from domestic life in Queen Victoria’s reign, while the Twentieth Century Room includes displays of George Bernard Shaw and Sir Edward Elgar.

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Croome Park, Nr High Green, Worcester WR8 9DW (01905) 371006
Six miles from Great Malvern, Croome Park was the first site completed by the famous landscape gardener, “Capability” Brown.

Currently in the process of restoration, Croome Court (the house) is presented empty by the National Trust, owners of the estate since 1996. The Croome estate itself consists of a Panorama Tower, an ice house and church.

 

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