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Malvern Hills Hotel
Jubiliee Drive
Wynds Point
Little Malvern
Malvern
Herefordshire
WR13 6DW
(01684) 540690
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Malvern Hills Hotel  

Forming part of the hilltop border between Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the hotel provides an ideal base for walking or a centre for touring. Constructed in the early 19th century, it follows a five hundred year old tradition of a hostelry located on this picturesque site.

This excellent pub has a real timeless feel to it and punches well above its weight in style and comfort. You enter past the outdoor seating area and the bar is to the left, hotel to the right.

Malvern Hills Hotel is famous throughout the Three Counties for its’ oak paneled lounge bar. The lounge bar dates back to the eighteenth century and you will feel the history, warmth and atmosphere as you relax in its’ informal, yet elegant surroundings. The bar provides guests with a relaxed environment in which to enjoy a quiet drink either on your own or with friends. With five local, CAMRA recommended real ales available in the bar all year round, as well as the better known lagers and stouts, you will certainly be spoilt for choice.

Dining (all day) is possible on the terrace and in the lounge bar is also a warm and welcoming experience. The chefs do their best to tempt your palate with their culinary skills (prices from £8-£16, 2006). The emphasis is on locally sourced produce, well cooked and presented. The meals vary from a simple sandwich or jacket potato to fabulous fish platters, duck, steaks and many other dishes. For the Bacchanalians we have a small but select wine list encompassing France, Germany and the New World wines.

There are a variety of outside areas in which to enjoy the tranquil surroundings of the Malverns. During the summer months spectacular sunsets can be enjoyed from the rear terrace providing a panoramic view of the Brecon Beacons. The front south facing patio offers views of the summit of British Camp and the ancient Iron Age Hill Fort as well as catching the morning and afternoon sun, while the rear picnic area offers ample room to enjoy the natural surroundings of the Malvern Hills Hotel.


 

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b&b, beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, music, kids, car park, real cider, vegetarian  

 

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Beers:

Usually two from the Malvern Hill Brewery
plus three others.
 


 

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