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Malvern Hotels and Guest Houses

The Malvern
Grovewood Road, Malvern, WR14 1GD
Double from: £168.30
per room per night
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Halfway House
Halfway House Malvern Road , Malvern, WR2 4SL
Double from: £69.00
per room per night
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Other accommodation near Malvern

Malvern that is in Worcestershire is considered an urban area and is located in England, and is basically a civil parish that the local town council overlooks and offers shopping centres and other commercial centers as well as local sports activities such as hiking in the Malvern hills, and historical buildings.

Evidence has been found that the area has been settled as early as the Bronze Age which means around 1000 BC, but it is unknown if the settlements or some of them were permanent. While visiting Malvern you can go and watch the remains of the Iron Age settlers as well as the Roman ruins in the area. The population in the area is about 29,000 people.

Malvern has been founded way back in the 11th century by Benedictine monks who established a priory at the foot of the highest peak in the Malvern hills range. It soon became a village and developed even further because of the popular local spring waters, which were used for hydrotherapy spas, but the people visiting for the spas reduced in amount around the 19th century - its end - and focus was put in the educational establishments including some private boarding houses which were located in what were once hotels and villas.

If you are visiting the area as part of an educational trip you can visit the numerous buildings of historical importance, such as the town centre and the environs. While in Malvern you can watch and observe many different architectures which include the Regency style, the Victorian era style and the Edwardian - in villas and hotels that are littered around the area. You can also see many industrial revolution era houses around Malvern, which were born during its years as a spa resort.

Malvern is famous for being the place where a famous British composer - Sir Edward Elgar, lived for most of his live, and is buried there in the Little Malvern cemetery. You can see a statue of his in the town centre and you can visit nearby locations where he first performed some of his music.

While in Malvern you can also enjoy hearing the leading amateur orchestra in the entire area of the west Midlands, which is the Chandos Symphony Orchestra, and has more than 100 members in it. They usually perform pieces from the 19th century as well as from the 20th century.

While in Malvern you can also enjoy the annual Autumn in Malvern Festival which is held each year and features performers from many different arts, which include music and poetry, writers, and film makers, and is held during the month of October.

If you prefer to watch a play, you can do so in the Mainstream theatre. Malvern is considered a leading centre for theatre, and that theatre is housed in the Malvern Winter Gardens complex that is located in the centre of the town. You can also enjoy the many festivals that are held in the town, such as the Malvern Drama Festival.

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The Malvern Tourist Board gives comparable information to this page. If you require more information about Malvern, you may be able to obtain it from the Malvern Tourist Board.

We hope you find suitable Malvern accommodation. You can book cheap hotels, guest houses or Malvern bed and breakfasts from the list above. Enjoy your stay in Malvern hotels.

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