Exploring the Malverns and surrounding countryside
Malvern Trail offers a chance to enjoy the natural and cultural delights of the countryside and towns on and around the Malvern Hills, easily accessible in the Heart of England (and also in reach of Welsh border country).
Malvern Hills Conservators
The Conservators have a fantastic website with suggestions of activities you can do on the hills, so if yuou want to know about walks, biking or fishing this is a good place to look first.
The Three Counties Showground
Located 2 miles down the road from the Malvern Hills Hotel, the three counties showground is a world famous agricultural showground which hold many types of events throughout the year, including the immensely popular spring and autumn shows.
Wye Valley Brewery
Wye Valley Brewery was founded in 1985 and is dedicated to brewing the best cask conditioned beer possible. They only use the highest quality malt and hops, sourced locally where possible. They are proud of the quality not only of their beers, but of the service they provide to their customers.
Ledbury Market Town
Ledbury is one of the finest Black and White towns in the Country. Situated on a crossroads, the town has evolved to meet the demands of the present day but still retains its charm and beauty.
Located just 4 miles away, Eastnor Castle is one of the most beautiful castles in England, set in amazing surroundings. The castle caters for weddings, corporate events and private parties.
Malvern Hills Brewery
…was founded by two keen homebrewers who were so impressed with their own beer, they offered it to friends. Encouraged by positive responses, the idea of Malvern Hills Brewery was conceived.
Three Choirs Vineyards
Three Choirs Vineyard is England’s leading and most awarded, single estate vineyard. It is now one of Gloucestershire’s main attractions, offering a unique experience for both wine enthusiasts, and those just looking for a great day out.
The British Camp and The Malvern Hills
Located immediately in front of the hotel, the British Camp is the site of an Iron Age Hill Fort, also known as the Herefordshire Beacon. Views from the top of the Camp are nothing short of spectacular on a clear day enabling the walker to see 13 of the surrounding counties, and on into Wales and the heart of England.
Nestling at the foot of the Malvern Hills, Malvern Theatres is a major centre for the arts in the West Midlands. Home of the famous Malvern Festivals, founded by Bernard Shaw and Barry Jackson in 1929, the theatre underwent a lottery-funded refurbishment in 1997.