Eastnor Castle in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake - is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family. Besides being a fascinating visitor attraction, the Castle fulfils other roles as an exclusive-use wedding venue, corporate and team building venue, as well as a venue for product launches and location filming. Business or private parties can stay in the castle's beautiful bedrooms and our highly professional team is on hand to organise every aspect of your visit.
Severn Leisure Cruises, Upton upon Severn
For a day out with a difference why not catch the Waterbus to Tewksbury or Worcester and avoid the traffic! Quality catering and refreshments on board.
Afternoon Tea Cruises, Fish and Chip Cruises to Tewksbury, Sunday Lunch with Jazz Bands and also private hire available.
tel. 01684 593112
Some of the Consortium B & B owners had a lovely visit on board MV Conway Castle and were kindly hosted by Kyle and the team at The Boathouse Tapas restaurant
National Trust - Croome Park, Brockhampton Estate, Berrington Hall and Croft Castle
Just 20 minutes from Malvern is the Palladian 18th Century home of the Sixth earl of Coventry - Croome Park. Famed for its Capability Brown park and lakside and also RAF Defford - a Second World War RAF Visitor Centre .
Brockhampton Estate is worth a trip to visit the 15th century timber framed manor house, and to walk among the 280 acres of woodland and 1000 acres of farmland. Easy to find - just a short drive from Great Malvern towards Bromyard.
Approximately half hour drive from Malvern to Leominster, you will find Berrington Hall and Croft Castle, situated quite closely together.
Berrington Hall is a neoclassical country mansion, dating back to 1778, with extensive landscaped grounds, designed by Capability Brown. An interesting variety of history within the house includes a victorian laundry, tea rooms and shop.
Although the history of Croft Castle back to the 11th century, the current house was built in the 14th century. Wonderful grounds and chapel to explore.
Declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Malvern Hills stretch approx 9 miles across the Malvern landscape. With fabulous panoramic views of the severn Valley and Welsh Mountains there are many trails and paths to explore. Worcestershire Beacon at 425mtrs and British Camp, the Herefordshire Beacon and hill fort reach 338 mtrs.
A wonderful attraction for walkers, geologists and historians, with over 88 wells to seek amongst the hills, with Great Malvern Town nestled at the very foot of the hills.
Established in 1909, Morgan Cars still makes hand crafted coachbuilt, quality sportscars by skilled craftsmen. With tours and a museum there is much to see - or why not hire a Morgan Car for a day or two and get the real Malvern driving experience
Malvern Walking Festival
If you've ever wanted to explore the Malverns, or felt like you weren't getting the best out of the area, the Malvern Walking Festival is for you. 2017 sees the event in its 14 th year from 27 May 2017 until 4 June 2017. There are 38 day walks of varying grades, length and abilities, plus 3 trail walks.
The Malvern Hills is famed for its dramatic landscape and pure sping water that flows from them. It fully deserves its ANOB status.The Hills have been described as a mountain range in miniature. The ridge contains some of the oldest geological rocks in Britain. Since 1884, following the passing of the Malvern Hills Act, giving the land to the Conservators, generations have enjoyed the many paths, first constructed by the Victorians.
A truly beautiful and unique Manor House, dating back to 1096, listed in the Magna Carta, containing some extraordinary features and art. Spend a day exploring the gardens and family home.