You ll enjoy one of England s best views across 30 miles of The Severn Valley, at this second generation family owned and run country house hotel.
Set in 7 acres of wooded slopes giving direct access to the 9 miles range of The Malvern Hills. The Daily Mail described it as The Best View in England but that s not all you will discover. The bedrooms are charming and distinctively different, the largest being The Pinnacles . There s also a well known and highly regarded restaurant Outlook with 2AA Rosettes, A well stocked bar and an award winning wine list with 500 or so wines to tempt you.
All bedrooms are en-suite with bath or bath with shower over, remote control colour television, video player, free video library, direct-dial telephone and alarm, central heating and an additional fan heater for those in between days, kettle with choice of teas, coffee, hot chocolate and home-made biscuits, hair dryer, radio, shampoo and bubble bath. All rooms have binoculars. All 30 rooms are spread across 3 buildings.
The restaurant is well regarded for the consistency of the food served which is underlined by being awarded two AA Rosettes. The chef brigade is headed by son, Dominic, with a supporting cast of Anthony, Andrew & Viv, most of whom have been with the hotel for a while now and are integral to the maintenance of the standards. Dinner in the restaurant costs from £21.50.
An extensive wine list where among the more familiar labels, adventurous palates will discover vintages from distant corners of the new and old worlds on a list which has won the Johansens Wine List of the year.
If you re looking for peace, relaxation, good food and wine, the award winning Cottage in the Wood Hotel is for you whether you re staying for a night or for a week, whether on business or just for pleasure. The Malvern walks start directly behind the hotel so make sure to pack your walking boots.
Malvern is 3 miles away a Spa Town founded by the Victorians with a Priory rebuilt in 1460 Abbey Gateway Museum, Elgar s grave, Restored Railway Station, Malvern Theatre featuring Almeida season and many Chichester productions. The nearby Three Counties showground offers lots of events throughout the year both major and minor.
From the North: Leave the M5 at junction 7 and follow the signs for Malvern (A449) through Great Malvern and onto Malvern Wells, third turning on the right after the Railway Inn Pub by a small post box and immediately before the lefthand B4209 Upton upon Severn turning.
From the South: Leave the M5 at jct 8 taking the M50 to jct 1. Follow A38 signposted Worcester and after 3 miles turn left onto A4104 Upton upon Severn, cross the river bridge and turn immediately right onto B4209 Malvern Wells Road. Straight for 4 miles (road is up hill) and you reach a T jct, turn right and immediatly hard left. Hotel up the Hill.
You can check in from 15:30. You need to check out by 11:00.