Discover everything Malvern has to offer with our short guide of local sights and events
Much more than a spa
Although our spa provides everything you could possibly need for the perfect getaway, we are still particularly fond of our surroundings and encourage our guests to explore the area. The beautiful Malvern Hills surround the town and provide the perfect setting for a relaxing countryside walk, no matter what the weather. If you are wanting to explore the area, take a look at our highlights.
- The Malvern Hills
The Malvern Hills
The Malvern Hills run north to south for about 8 miles (15km) with spectacular views of Wales, The Severn Valley and the distant Cotswolds. Walking highlights include The British Camp, an Iron Age hill fort.
- The Malvern Water
The Malvern Water
Malvern water has always made a bit of a splash - The Queen would drink nothing else on royal tours and the popularity of the town increased due to the craze of spa water cures in the mid 19th century. The tradition has been updated at The Malvern, the first new spa in Malvern since 1910, which offers a water spa cure day using water drawn from one of the last remaining bore holes.
- The Theatre of Small Convenience
- Hampton Court Castle
- Eastnor Castle
- Morgan Factory Tour
- Malvern Cafes and Shops
Malvern Cafes and Shops
If you sometimes feel that Britain’s high streets are merging into a single blur of phone shops and generic clothing stores, Malvern might just be the antidote. We love the string of antique shops along Worcester Road, the Malvern Bookshop's old school values, and Josephine’s Little Tart Shop treats.
- Afternoon Tea at Colwall Park
- Chilli Festival
- Malvern Theatres VISIT WEBSITE
Home of the famous Malvern Festivals, this is a great area of the country to experience new, exciting, and traditional theatre pieces. Artistic brilliance combines with architectural excellence to form an incredible backdrop for a hugely diverse selection of plays, music, comedy, dance, and films.