When you stay with us at Station House Malvern you’re never too far away from something to do. We’ve put together a list of a few of our favourites to get you started.

Local To Us

The Malvern Hills.

Majestic and Iconic at just over 8 miles in length, the Malvern Hills are the main reason people come to visit our beautiful town. An Area Of Outstanding National Beauty with many different walks to suit all abilities, they are well worth checking out!


Malvern Theatres

Offering a very wide and diverse range of performances, including ballet, comedy, live music and plays. They often have very famous faces performing at the theatres and there really is something for everyone!


Stanbrook Abbey

Located in Callow End, a former nunnery which has been converted to impeccable standards. Lovely grounds to enjoy a walk around, and outstanding food in a really unique location with bags of history! Excellent Sunday Roasts & evening meals too!

Croome – National Trust

A truly magical place steeped in history. The grounds are magnificent year round and the house is full of interesting objects. A lovely day out which is well worth a visit. 


Witley Court – English Heritage

A personal favourite for us. The building that was once magnificent, sadly damaged by fire and is available for exploring. The house was a playground for royalty and aristocrats in its hey-day and the fountain in the garden still remains with hourly displays!


Eastnor Castle

Located at the foot of the Malvern Hills, Eastnor Castle offers a wide range of events throughout the year and has a very popular Land Rover Experience on site! There is an arboretum, Deer Park and Lake for people to explore and they sporadically open the castle doors at various points throughout the year. 


Pubs and Restaurants

There are many pubs and restaurants within easy reach of Station House. Malvern has a host of chain and independently owned bars and eateries. Worcester (20 minutes on the train) has a very wide range covering almost every cuisine you can imagine. Hereford (40 minutes by train) also has a wide range.

Our personal recommendations in Malvern :

The Nags Head, The Swan & The Chase

An award winning trio of independently owned pubs serving a very wide range of ales and some really good pub grub!




The Swan Inn, Hanley Swan

A lovely independently owned gastro – pub serving excellent food and a very wide range of drinks. Recently refurbished to an incredibly high standard, it is a lovely treat to visit. Particularly in the warmer months to enjoy the lovely outdoor spaces


Further Afield

Westons Cider Farm

Founded in 1878, and still run as a family business to this day, Westons Cider produce the finest cider! Book onto a tour to see how cider is made, and enjoy a tipple at the end to try their produce. They also have a fantastic on-site restaurant, the Scrumpy Ham is delicious, as is their Sunday roast! 


Severn Valley Railway 

Offering a wide range of excursions and events with steam and diesel locomotives. The Gin Train, Halloween Train and the SVR in Lights are particularly popular! Well worth a visit to see the mighty Trains in action and enjoy a journey on one of them!


A Little Shopping

You’re only a train ride away from some of the countries best shopping destinations. You can be in Birmingham in around an hour or London in about 2 and a half. If you fancy staying a bit more local you have Worcester just over 10 minutes away or can be in Hereford in approximately 40. leave the car at home and let the train take the strain. Don’t forget with all of these options you’ll be back in time to relay in the hot tub by evening.

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