We're very lucky, we have a range of hills perfect for all types and ability of walkers. The end to end in a day walkers, the stroll and have a cup of tea walkers, and everyone in between. Some days you'll want to stride out for a few hours, other times, a stroll to the top of the hill behind the house and back again is just the ticket. If you wish to avoid the climb, park in one of the car parks on the hills, then walk along one of the many paths.
The town was founded in the 11th century when Benedictine monks established a priory at the foot of the highest peak of Malvern Hills. During the 19th century Malvern developed rapidly from a village owing to its popularity as a spa built around its spring waters.
The town's highest point is Bellevue Terrace, which is about level with us, so you can walk along to Great Malvern without having to climb. From Bellevue Terrace, the high street runs downhill passed the Priory to the Threatre and Priory Park. Great Malvern is the main shopping area with independent shops
Explore the Hills
There's an excellent theatre and cinema in town, hosting a range of hit plays, musicals, classical concerts and recent films.
Malvern and surrounding area has many great places to eat. Here's a list of our tried and trusted favourites:
The Cottage in the Wood