Points of interest

Looking for something to do in or around Malvern Hills? Both Worcester and Herefordshire are brimming with places to visit from the breath-taking scenery to historic houses and gardens, and of course stunning towns and villages. Why not take a look at some of our owners’ top picks before you head off exploring?

What to do around Malvern View

The beautiful scenery around Malvern View is truly amazing, and the best way to see it first hand, is on foot. Whether you’re a rambler at heart and love nothing more than long walks, knee deep in wild grass or whether you just want a moderate walk to take in the beauty of your surroundings, Herefordshire has something to offer everyone.

With a plethora of nature trails right on your doorstep there are many walking groups and guided walks across the region however, if you just fancy some fresh air there are plenty of trails surrounding Malvern View that are ideal for walks, bike rides and horse riding.

Although if you prefer to soak up some culture or maybe spend the day shopping you won't be disappointed either. With a range of towns, villages and local attractions in both Worcester and Herefordshire you'll never be short of things to do.

Our Owners’ Top Picks

Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills have been described as a mountain range in miniature; the eight mile ridge contains some of the oldest rocks in Britain and their craggy outline is reminiscent of the uplands further west into Wales. A walk in the Hills is strenuous enough that Mallory walked here in preparation for his ascent of Everest.


Hampton Court Castle & Gardens

Come and visit the castle and gardens, open throughout the year, and take in some of the local history. There are a range of events to take your fancy throughout the seasons with many garden and wildlife activities in the spring and summer months. You’ll love visiting the castle time and time again for it's old world charm and beautiful ornamental gardens.


The Time Machine Museum of Science Fiction

Calling all Dr. Who fans, The Time Machine Museum will be right up your alley. Welcome to the finest collection of Television Science Fiction props and costumes in the UK. A visit to this permanent Museum really is a MUST for fans of Television Science Fiction with items from lots of different shows all under one roof, with ONE admission charge to see them all!


Queens Wood Country Park

Queenswood is the only designated country park in the county. It includes the arboretum, a 47 acre tree collection with over 1,200 rare and exotic trees from all over the world and 123 acres of semi-natural ancient woodland which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve.


Berrington Hall

The hall is one of the few masterpieces of the famous architect Henry Holland to survive intact. As well as exploring the family rooms and walking in the servants' footsteps, you can now view a varied collection of Georgian costumes shown throughout the year, including examples from 2008 film The Duchess and the BBC’s Pride and Prejudice.


Kingfisher Trout Lake

Kingfisher Trout Lake is a spring-fed, four acre water which offers first-class trout fishing in beautiful countryside between Bromyard and Leominster in Herefordshire. Designed with disabled anglers in mind and equipped with casting platforms, the lake is restocked frequently on a 'put and take' basis and offers rainbow and brown trout fishing.

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