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Shaped in more modern times by the Victorians, Malvern does in fact have ancient roots and is home to a 900 year old church that boasts some of the country''s finest medieval stained glass. The Malvern Hills inspired the famous British composer Sir Edward Elgar to write some of his most famous works, and it''s easy to see why the beautiful countryside continues to inspire visitors today.

This is a place to enjoy the great outdoors and when walking the Malvern Hills you''ll be rewarded with stunning views across Herefordshire and the Severn Valley and on a clear day, you might even see the Black Mountains in Wales. For those looking for a more challenging walk, there are long distance trails in the area, including the Worcestershire Way, a 31 mile trail that ends in Great Malvern.

Families are well catered for, whether you take a boat trip along the River Severn, explore Eastnor Castle in the Malvern Hills or let the children go wild at the West Midlands Safari Park. And yet there is still plenty here to tempt couples away from the city for a peaceful, romantic break. The town itself has many impressive buildings dating back to Georgian and Victorian times when visitors came here to take the waters.

Foodies will fall in love with Worcestershire, and the Worcestershire Food and Drink Trail highlights some of the best places to enjoy a tasty tipple or indulge in award-winning food. From quaint tearooms to cosy gastropubs and fine dining establishments, you''ll find it all here in Malvern.

Come and explore this lovely corner of Worcestershire for yourself; search Malvern holiday cottages today.
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  • North View

    Malvern

    Grade
    8
    4
    2
    3
    Ref: RCCM

    North View is a magnificent detached holiday home, nestling in the perfect location just a short walk away from the centre of Great Malvern. With ample space for extended families wishing to enjoy a shared holiday, North View is without a doubt the ideal property from which to enjoy the delights of the surrounding areas. Malvern itself has many attractions for visiting guests of all ages, including the famous theatre, shopping in the pretty town, enjoying a well cooked meal in one of the many renowned restaurants and bistros, visiting the Morgan car factory or passing a quiet day strolling through the grounds and gardens of one of the many stately homes in the region. The Malvern Hills provide the opportunity for guests to really sample some of the local countryside and have been awarded the recognition of Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For guests that are wishing to enjoy a leisurely stroll, bike ride or a more taxing ramble, there are numerous footpaths and cycle paths that can be reached within a short distance from North View and really do offer breathtaking views of the surrounding three counties. Malvern’s most famous son is Sir Edward Elgar and guests have the opportunity to follow the Elgar Trail which covers some of the most scenic countryside in the region which was such an inspiration to this famous composer. A little further afield but still only a short drive away are many further attractions including the Three Counties Show Ground, Ledbury which offers Michelin starred restaurants and a renowned food festival, Worcester with its famous cathedral, Regency Cheltenham, Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon, the Cotswolds and the Welsh Marches. North View itself is a former family home which offers not only a fabulous location but also comfortable and spacious accommodation for families and friends alike. There is an outside patio area with table and chairs and a gas barbecue for guests wishing to enjoy some al fresco dining, and also private use of the fabulous outdoor hot tub. Shop and pub ½ mile.

    Large living room with gas ‘coal-effect’ fire and wooden floor. Sitting room with gas ‘stove’. Spacious, well-equipped kitchen with tiled floor. Separate toilet. First floor: 4 double bedrooms, each with TV and zip & link bed, two with en-suite shower room with toilet. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Internal steps to most rooms.

    • Gas ‘stove’ included
    • Gas ‘coal-effect’ fire included
    • Electricity, full gas central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Two travel cots and two high chairs on request
    • Five Freeview TVs
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washing machine
    • Tumble dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Enclosed lawned garden with patio and terrace
    • Barbecue
    • Parking (for 3 cars)
    • Secure cycle store
    • Private hot tub (6-seater)
    • Pets free of charge
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking

    NB: Internal steps to most rooms.

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  • The Ferryman’s Cottage

    Upton-upon-Severn

    Grade
    14
    7
    2
    3
    Ref: NM9


    The Ferryman’s Cottage offers a superb rural setting for those wishing to enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside, yet be within easy reach of a wide range of fun days out for all the family. Indeed the property itself has much to offer the family, with facilities for snooker and darts, as well as a variety of board games in the adjoining garage. Detached, it is located on the banks of the River Severn and Uckinghall Pool, and is fronted by the vast Uckinghall Meadow – an area designated a Special Wildlife Site on account of its natural beauty. Private fishing and mooring is available along a 1½-mile stretch of river, by arrangement with the owner.
    Available locally are a wide range of leisure pursuits – choose from walking, swimming, theatres, cinema, restaurants, cricket, horse racing and golf. For interesting days out visit the elegant spa town of Cheltenham, with its majestic shopping promenade, pump rooms, galleries and museums, or head for the historical cathedral cities of Hereford and Worcester. Stratford-upon-Avon, one of England’s best known towns, makes a delightful day trip. The birthplace of Shakespeare, Stratford is full of interesting places to visit, including the Royal Shakespeare Company Gallery, the World of Shakespeare and the National Teddy Bear Museum, which will appeal to all ages. Gloucester is home to one of the finest cathedrals in the world, as well as the interesting City Museum and the National Waterways Museum. Malvern and Upton-upon-Severn are also well worth a visit, host to the Malvern Theatre Festival and the International Jazz Festival respectively, while the Brecon Beacons, the Wye Valley and the Cotswolds are within easy reach. Shops 3 miles.

    Living room with wood-burning stove and French doors to garden. Large dining room with seating for fourteen, piano and French door to garden. Spacious, well-equipped, farmhouse-style kitchen with tiled floor, breakfast area and door to garden. Twin bedroom. Shower room with toilet. Separate toilet. First floor: Four bedrooms; two doubles, one with en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet, one twin and one single. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Second floor: Two twin bedrooms, one with additional single bed (for +1).

    Wood-burning stove - fuel available locally. Electricity and full gas central heating included (October-March £60per week, £45 per short break). Bed linen and towels included. Cot. Two travel cots by arrangement. High chair. TV (Teletext). DVD. Stereo/CD. Piano. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Freezer. Garden, patio, furniture. Barbecue. Parking. Cycle store. Private fishing, mooring by prior arrangement. Small snooker table, board games, darts in garage. Ground floor facilities. NB: Garden sloping down to river, lake 10 yards .

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