Wentworth House B & B
We are located in the centre of Great Malvern, 5 minutes walk from the Malvern Theatre complex, and just a short walk to the beautiful Malvern Hills.
We offer comfortable accommodation in our Victorian house, with two double rooms, both with en suite shower facilities, digital TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Free wi fi internet is available.
All rooms have been recently renovated to provide comfortable accommodation. One of the bedrooms features a four poster king sized bed, the other a Victorian style iron and brass bed. Full English breakfast with other options available are served in our Dining Room.
Parking available for our guests. Malvern is an excellent base for exploring Worcestershire and Herefordshire.
We are a short drive from Malvern's Three Counties Showground, with events throughout the year, including the RHS Spring Gardening Show, the Three Counties Show and various fairs and activities. Upton upon Severn is also nearby with its world-famous jazz festival, as well as blues and folk festivals and a water festival on the river.
There are several stately homes and castles nearby, including Eastnor Castle, Croome Court, Berrington Court and Lower Brockhampton. Malvern has excellent rail links, with a direct line to London and is just a few minutes travel to the cathedral cities of Worcester and Hereford.
The Malvern Hills are a paradise for walkers, with miles of scenic pathways. Malvern and the surrounding area has numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Malvern walking festival, well dressing and the Three Choirs Festival. Great Malvern has a wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants.
Malvern Link is the home of Morgan Cars, who recently celebrated their 100th anniversary. Malvern is also famous for its key role in the development of radar and this pioneering spirit is still found in the science and technological business now known as Qinetiq.
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This page was last updated: 23 July 2013