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Heritage and natural beauty collide in Malvern

Malvern is situated ten miles to the south-west of Worcester and sits at the foot of the Malvern Hills. The spa town is rich in history with its centre, Great Malvern, being designated a conservation area due to its roots which can be traced all of the way back to both the Iron and Bronze Age. The town's Winter Gardens complex also has impressive heritage after hosting music and theatre festivals linked to famous names such as Elgar and George Bernard Shaw.

Enjoy the stunning countryside of the Malvern Hills

A trip to Malvern is course a perfect excuse to visit the stunning Malvern Hills, which were designated an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1959. Covering a region which takes in Worcestershire, Herefordshire and part of Gloucestershire, visitors can enjoy a range of activities including cycling and horse riding on the hills while also taking in the breathtaking views which are on offer.

Castles and country houses to explore

There is much more to see and do in the local area, with the partially restored 18th century house at the National Trust property of Croome Park being home to beautiful gardens and playing host to a range of events throughout the year. Another great local attraction is Eastnor Castle, a stunning location which is surrounding by a deer park and beautiful lake. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Malvern? Travelodge Worcester Hotel is only 9 miles away, while Travelodge Tewkesbury Hotel is another great-value option located Nearby.