Visit Great Malvern Worcestershire and the surrounding villages and stay in b and b, hotel or self-catering accommodation provided by BedPosts members.
Malvern is sheltered by hills winds from the west. Great Malvern is an underrated holiday spa and a splendid walking centre. Apart from its spa it has an active Festival Theatre, for long associated with performances of the plays of Barrie and Shaw but now more diverse.
Most importantly Malvern has the hills, not for mountain climbing, but for free, unfettered and untrammelled walking, easy enough for anyone who is reasonably fit. The hills provide magnificent views westwards towards Wales, and east-wards across garden-like, patchwork scenery to Warwickshire. The hills are protected by the Malvern Hills Conservators, who have planted trees and maintain the many footpaths.
Visit the Malvern Museum of Local History.
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