Magnificent Malvern

Magnificent Malvern

From the hills...

There are many delights locally, especially a walk on the Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty and on a clear day, admire the views of the Severn Valley to the East and Wales to the West. Great Malvern is a Victorian town with delightful cafés and restaurants, a wealth of culinary delights. The theatre covers entertainment for all ages with its west end productions and Christmas pantos are perfect for children and adults alike. Pop over the hill to Ledbury to view its significant number of timber framed houses including the outstanding market house built in 1671, voted as one of the best places for Christmas shopping with its large selection of independent shops. Upton upon Severn sits on the banks of the River Severn with a host of independent shops, cafés and restaurants, a place to while away those long summer days. It is also famous for its many music festivals held throughout the year, particularly the Blues Festival, which attracts thousands of visitors from all across the UK and beyond.

...and beyond!

Cotswold Road is handy for all network links, Great Malvern and Malvern Link station offer a good service to national train links, both M5 and M50 are less than half an hour’s drive away with links to London the Midlands, the North and Wales, an ideal situation for travel and commuting to your place of work.

There are several schools in the vicinity, Great Malvern primary school in Lydes road can easily be walked to, with The Grove and Malvern Parish just a little further away. There are many opportunities for educating your children. For secondary education Malvern has two schools and there are also several private schools so you are spoilt for choice!

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  • Stores: Lots of local independents.
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