Local accommodation

Our recommendations for places to stay near The Fold

The Old Rectory

Cradley, Malvern, WR13 5LQ

Luxurious Bed & Breakfast with beautifully furnished ensuite bedrooms,  and a family suite comprising of three bedrooms, bathroom and lounge/dining area.

A magnificent listed Georgian property set in the idyllic village of Cradley, nestled at the foot of the Malvern Hills in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is considered one of the finest Old Rectories in this part of the county.

Website: www.oldrectorycradley.com | Tel: 01886 880109 | Mobile: 07920 801701

Myrtleberry Studio

New Rd, Castlemorton, Near Malvern, WR13 6BY

A ‘green’ establishment, with amazing views.  The light and airy studio adjacent to the house has a luxurious king size bed, underfloor heating and 2 sofa beds.

Go to www.booking.com for current prices or details | Tel: 01684 833648 | Email: racheldianetobin@gmail.com

Malvern Hills Vegetarian Holiday Let

Grosvenor House, Park Road, West Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 4BJ

This holiday let and bed and breakfast offers high spec accommodation in an, unapolagetically, strictly vegetarian environment mindful of a green ethos.

A rambling, 200-year-old rather quirky home resting on the western slopes of The Sugarloaf Hill. Newly refurbished with a contemporary feel, the house provides two high-spec, well-equipped spaces; a holiday let and a bed & breakfast. Both spaces are generous, comfortable and well-equipped, and offer wonderful views to the west towards Wales and the Black Mountains and glorious sunsets.

Website: www.malvernhillsvegetarianholidaylet.co.uk | Tel: 01684 897772 / 07941 865826

The Bank House

Bransford, WR6 5JD

Literally across the road from The Fold. An established family-run hotel with swimming pool & spa.

The Bank House offers a range of room sizes to suit every need, from great value classic bedrooms through to luxurious suites and family bedrooms to sleep up to five.

Website: www.thebankhouseworcester.com | Tel: 01886 833551 | Email: reception@bankhouseworcester.com

The Dell House

Malvern Wells, WR14 4UH

Character- and restful B&B. A former rectory from the 1820’s set in two acres of wooded garden.

The house offers three self-catering apartments and four en-suite B&B rooms with traditional or vegetarian (or vegan) breakfast.

Website: www.thedellhouse.co.uk | Tel: 01684 564448 | Email: stay@thedellhouse.co.uk

Chirkenhill Bed & Breakfast

Leigh Sinton, Nr Malvern, WR13 5DE

Lovely Regency Farmhouse, offering a relaxing peaceful stay surrounded by countryside.

Website: www.bedandbreakfastmalvern.co.uk | Tel: 01886 832205 | Email: chirkenhillfarm@gmail.com

HopPickers Barn

Pigeon House Farm, Dingle Road, WR6 5JX

Award Winning Self Catering Holidays in the 17th century Barn, luxurious Log Cabin or boutique style luxury Glamping in the handcrafted Shepherd’s Hut. If you are looking for peace and relaxation with a warm and welcoming feel.

Websites: www.hoppickersbarn.co.uk | Tel: 01886 833668 | Email: enquires@hoppickersbarn.co.uk

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