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Our hotel on the hill offers 32 unique and stylish bedrooms, all individually designed with distinctive features and quirky art, natural and indulgent Bramley toiletries, fresh cookies on arrival and, of course huge, comfy beds you want to dive into.
The Main House welcomes you with elegance and style, with nine bespoke bedrooms in the original manor house, all offering different quirks and outlooks, modern and antique furniture and many rooms with stunning views of the Severn Valley.
A little further on lies Beech Cottage and The Coach House in keeping with the rest of the hotel, with striking wallpapers, sumptuous drapes and fabulous beds. Many of the rooms open up to private terraces with sweeping views of the countryside beyond.
All the hotel's rooms are ensuite, with generous bottles of shampoo and bubbles and many little thoughtful touches like a choice of teas, coffee and mineral water, home-made biscuits on arrival. Some of our rooms even have a working vintage record player with a unique selection of music.
Beyond is the piece de resistance, a spacious and elegant restaurant, 1919, where the delicious views through the tall windows are equalled only by the lofty reputation enjoyed by the cooking of Head Chef, Rob Mason, and his team. Rob's menus are heartfelt and instinctive, led by using top quality, locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.
It is complemented by an extensive wine cellar where, among the more familiar labels, adventurous palates will discover vintages from distance corners of the new and old worlds on a list, which has won the Johnasens Wine List of the Year and has been a regular finalist in the AA Wine List contest.
The bar and lounge area, with ample comfortable seating, is well stocked with a selection of beers and spirits. A lounge and terrace menu are also available.
You can walk straight out from the hotel grounds up onto the breezy tops of the Malvern's. You are also in easy reach of many other attractions from the the Three Counties Showground, Welsh Marches and the three cathedral cities, unspoilt Herefordshire and onto the Cotswolds and Shakespeare's country.
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High Chairs Available
Wifi or Internet Access
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