Here at the Malvern Hills we look forward to welcoming you for a relaxing break, delicious meal or a quiet drink in front of the fire. The Malvern Hills Hotel nestles high on the majestic western slopes of the Malverns, in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a stone s throw from the Iron Age hill fort, British Camp, also known as the Herefordshire Beacon.
Forming part of the hilltop border between Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the hotel provides an ideal base for walking or a centre for touring. Constructed in the early 19th century, it follows a five hundred year old tradition of a hostelry located on this picturesque site.
Local attractions include The Malvern Festival Theatre, Eastnor Castle and the Three Counties Showground. A short drive takes you to the historic city of Worcester, where you can visit the Cathedral, Worcester Porcelain and the Commandery.
The Malvern Hills Hotel is on the A449 by British Camp (the iron age fort also known as the Herefordshire Beacon) halfway between both Malvern and Ledbury. A hostelry has stood at this location for over five hundred years.
If approaching from the North, exit at M5 junction 7, and pick up the A449 from Worcester through Malvern. Stay on this road right through Malvern, and as the road climbs over the top of the hills at British Camp, we are immediately on your right hand side.
If arriving from the South or East, exit at M50 junction 2, take the A417 west to Ledbury, then in Ledbury town centre turn right for Malvern, on the A449. As you go over the Hills, we are on the left hand side.
You can check in from 13:00. You need to check out by 11:00.