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In the late 18C, the little town became fashionable because of the local water's therapeutic properties. A Pump Room and baths were built from 1819 to 1823, in the Greek Revival style. The Priory Church includes some of the country's finest 15C stained-glass windows. The view from Worcestershire Beacon (426 m), the Malvern Hills’ highest point, covers fifteen counties and three cathedrals (Worcester, Gloucester and Hereford).

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  • The Abbey Four stars Four stars Four stars Four stars

    Abbey Road GB - Great Malvern WR14 3ET

    Prix Prices from : 48 £

    The Abbey is an AA rated 4-star hotel, situated at the foot of the Malvern Hills in the Worcester countryside and is convenient for many attractions. Its history dates back to the 1600s and the building retains some outstanding original Victorian ar..

  • Cotford Hotel

    51 Graham Rd GB - Great Malvern WR14 2HU

    This beautiful gothic Victorian hotel was built in 1851, retaining its original charm and character with the added luxury of modern amenities. Free parking is available on site. The Cotford Hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from Malvern Town Centre,..

  • The Malvern Four stars Four stars Four stars Four stars

    Grovewood Road GB - Great Malvern WR14 1GD

    Prix Prices from : 90 £

    A design as spectacular as its surroundings, The Malvern, AA rated 4-star hotel, has been designed for adults as a place of well-being and relaxation, amid the beautiful Malvern landscape. Fresh and modern, The Malvern is a haven of polished Jerusal..

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