Great Malvern

Great Malvern

A delightful Victorian town

This area is truly lovely to stroll through. Asides from hosting a wealth of culinary delights, the theatre offers entertainment for all ages. West End productions and Christmas Panto’s are a real treat. Pop over the hill to Ledbury to see timber framed houses (including the outstanding market house built in 1671). Ledbury was also voted as one of the best places for Christmas shopping whilst supporting local businesses. If you can’t wait until Christmas then…Why not visit Worcester which is steeped in history, where you can admire the Cathedral? Or pop to Upton upon Severn which hosts independent shops, cafes and restaurants, a place to while away those long summer days?

Connected yet comfortable

For the commuters or jet setters it’s worth noting that Great Malvern and Malvern Link station offer a good service to national train links to London and The Midlands. Both the M5 and M50 are less than half an hour’s drive away.

There are many opportunities for educating your children including Malvern Wells Church of England primary school which is walkable. For secondary education Malvern has two great schools, Chase Technology College and Dyson Perrins Church of England Academy. There are several private schools too in the nearby area!

  • Stores: Visit the traditional butchers and great cheese shop in Barnard’s Green.
  • Supermarket: Waitrose and lovely speciality health food stores. A little further afield The Malvern Retail Park with Marks&Sparks, Morrisons and that well-earned shopping break Costa Coffee.
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