With ‘a charm all of its own’, this black-and-white Edwardian building stands in lovely landscaped gardens in a peaceful village on the flank of the Malvern Hills. Originally built to serve the now-defunct Colwall Park racecourse, it is now a country house hotel. A programme of refurbishment is under way after a change of ownership in June 2014; Laura Fish is the general manager. Rooms vary in size, and are individually decorated in chic, simple, style; a family suite has a separate bedroom for children. Spacious public areas include an attractive modern bar. With modern British dishes using local, seasonal produce; bread rolls are freshly baked each morning. Light meals are available in the bar, which has real ales. Through the large garden, paths lead directly to the hills, via a railway footbridge. 2 lounges (1 with TV), library, bar, restaurant, ballroom. 1-acre garden. Free Wi-Fi. Background music. Wedding/conference facilities. Children welcomed (cot, extra bed £35 per night). 22 bedrooms. B&B £95–£125. Dinner £25.
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