BlogPrivacy Policy

Explore your surroundings from the idyllic country setting of Malvern View

Explore your surroundings from the idyllic country setting of Malvern View

Set in the stunning countryside of the West Midlands, Malvern View places you in the prime position to enjoy five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty; a haven for tourists that love the countryside and the ideal place to relax and unwind.

Local Area

Bromyard, an ancient Market Town, could be just three miles away from your new holiday home. Plus, close by are Bromyard Downs, Bringsty Common and a number of National Trust Woodlands, all offering unrestricted access.

Berrington HallHerefordshire

Berrington Hall

This 18th-Century, Neoclassical mansion is not to be missed. With its own landscape garden, parkland and lake, this National Trust attraction provides a relaxing day out and plenty of opportunity to explore. Afterwards, why not pop to the nearby market town of Leominster?

Local Attractions
Croft Castle and ParklandHerefordshire

Croft Castle and Parkland

Learn more about the lives of the esteemed Croft family by exploring this 11th-Century castle and its picturesque gardens. This National Trust site boasts expansive parkland and over 1,000 years of history, steeped in power and politics. There’s even a second-hand book shop!

Local Attractions
Eastnor CastleHerefordshire

Eastnor Castle

This still-inhabited mock castle is guaranteed to capture the family’s imagination. The beautiful Georgian estate, in the foothills of the Malverns, is complete with its own deer park, arboretum and lake - perfect for a walk. Eastnor Castle is also a stone’s throw from the charming village of Ledbury, famed for its timber buildings.

Local Attractions
Foxy's Steak BarHerefordshire

Foxy's Steak Bar

Focusing on one of the region’s finest assets - its local beef - Foxy’s Steak Bar is a must visit for meat lovers. Whether in a couple, group or family, you’ll be welcomed with a smile and leave with a full stomach after struggling to choose your favourite dish from their extensive menu.

Food and Drink
Goodrich CastleHerefordshire

Goodrich Castle

It’s well worth a trip out to see these fascinating, well-preserved Norman ruins, sitting idyllically above the River Wye. Complete with its own visitor centre, enjoy taking a tour through the castle’s domestic buildings. There’s a calendar of exciting events that are bound to entertain the whole family.

Local Attractions
Hampton Court Castle and GardensHerefordshire

Hampton Court Castle and Gardens

The gorgeous, 15th-Century Hampton Court Castle is a Grade I listed building - the highest level of statutory protection. It’s not hard to understand why, when you consider the history and beauty on offer. With its famous maze and immaculate, Victorian walled gardens (as well as The Orangery Café), events run throughout the year.

Local Attractions
HellensHerefordshire

Hellens

Discover one of the oldest pieces of English architecture, influenced from as far back as the Tudor period; the manor remains a living home and boasts period furnishings, paintings and other decorations. Hellens is complete with its own gardens, tea rooms and even hosts a music festival!

Local Attractions
Hereford CathedralHerefordshire

Hereford Cathedral

Marvel at some of the most iconic, historic architecture in Britain. Having been a place of worship since the 8th century, Hereford Cathedral is home to the famous Mappa Mundi, the medieval map of the world which was created in around 1300. This artefact is listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.

Local Attractions
Live and Let LiveHerefordshire

Live and Let Live

The Live and Let Live is one of the oldest buildings on Bringsty common. This 16th Century former cider house is the only thatched pub in Herefordshire. Whether you’re looking for afternoon tea in beautiful surrounding or traditional pub grub after a long walk, the Live and Let Live is for you.

Food and Drink
Malvern TheatresHerefordshire

Malvern Theatres

Malvern Theatres is proud of its standing as a leading centre of artistic excellence in the West Midlands. Since opening as the Malvern Assembly Rooms in 1885, it has undergone many changes and is now home to two theatres and a cinema, boasting an impressive range of critically acclaimed theatrical and cinematic productions.

Local Attractions
Mortimer ForestHerefordshire

Mortimer Forest

Straddling the Herefordshire–Shropshire border, Mortimer Forest showcases the best of these regions - breathtaking, unspoiled beauty, flora, fauna and endless scenic walks. Named after the once-powerful Mortimer family, this forest is teeming with wildlife: pack a picnic and lose yourselves in nature.

Outdoor Activities
Queenswood Country ParkHerefordshire

Queenswood Country Park

Explore this ancient wood, teeming with wildlife. As well as appreciating the 1,200 exotic trees from across the world, lose yourself in the variety of scenic, waymarked walking trails. Open year round, Queenswood is perfect for a family day out - and make sure to stop at the café for a refreshment and bite to eat!

Outdoor Activities
Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl CentreHerefordshire

Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre

A day out that the little ones will absolutely love. At Small Breeds, you’ll get up close to some beautiful owls and very unusual, friendly farm animals - including the world’s smallest breeds of sheep and cow. Don’t forget to stop off in the tea room for a quick refreshment either.

Local Attractions
The Glass House CafeHerefordshire

The Glass House Cafe

The Glasshouse Cafe is situated inside a beautiful conservatory with views over the Suckley Hills. There is an outdoor seating area in a sunny courtyard for summer, and a log-burning fire for cosy winter days. You can sit at dining tables or on comfortable sofas, with daily newspapers and magazines to read, and free Wi-Fi.

Food and Drink
The Malvern HillsHerefordshire

The Malvern Hills

Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Malvern Hills; natural scenery at its finest. Take it at your own pace - walk, cycle or climb and admire some of Mother Nature’s best work in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Did you know that the view of the Wye Valley is ranked as one of the top ten views in England?

Outdoor Activities
The Royal OakHerefordshire

The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak in Bromyard Downs is a traditional 300-year old black & white Freehouse pub. Set in beautiful gardens, if you’re after a relaxing meal, with local produce it’s well worth a visit.

Food and Drink
The Time Machine Museum of Science FictionHerefordshire

The Time Machine Museum of Science Fiction

Calling all Dr. Who fans! The Time Machine Museum will be right up your alley. Home to the finest collection of television science fiction props and costumes in the UK, this collection houses memorabilia from Star Wars, Thunderbirds, Doctor Who and lots more. A visit to this permanent Museum really is a must for fans of television science fiction!

Local Attractions
Wye Valley Butterfly ZooHerefordshire

Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo

Admire exotic butterflies and take the opportunity to learn about each stage of their life cycle - this is one for adults and kids. The team at the zoo work hard on the conservation of many rare species from all over the world. With its own visitor centre, there’s also a maze, mini golf and laser tag - a complete family day out.

Local Attractions

Check out our local area guideClick Here

N.B. All holiday home images are for visual purposes only. All holiday homes will be provided according to the grade booked, however the holiday home model may vary upon arrival.

Get in touch I’d like to Enquire or Book a Visit Get in touch I’d like to Request a Brochure

Sign up for exclusive Park Leisure news, offers and product updates via email

You can unsubscribe at any time by emailing unsubscribe@parkleisure.co.uk.
Read our privacy policy.

Enquire