Welcome to The Malverns
Explore, Enjoy, Discover…
The Malverns are a uniquely beautiful place offering more than just landscape, with beautiful towns and thriving villages to explore. Our festivals, arts and wide choice of attractions will give you reasons to visit for a short break or longer throughout the year.
The Malverns in Worcestershire cover a large area including the victorian spa town of Malvern itself at the foot of the Malvern Hills, Tenbury Wells in the beautiful English countryside of the Teme Valley, and historic riverside town of Upton upon Severn.
We have fabulous accommodation to suit all tastes, the finest local produce available across a selection of fine restaurants and country inns. With activities for all, historic venues, people and museums and renowned gardens….we could go on but why don’t you come and see for yourself!
For travel updates, please visit Worcestershire Highways.
We look forward to welcoming you in the future but for now, please
Stay Home, Protect The NHS, Help Save Lives
See & Do
Eat & Drink
Local farmers and producers, whether directly or through local retailers, are keeping us supplied with the best in local food and drink, with many offering collection and delivery services…
Non-residents are requested to stay away from the Malvern Hills district to protect the NHS and help save lives. If you travel out of your immediate area, you not only face the risk of spreading the virus, but also a £200 fine…
As in previous lockdowns, many local pubs, cafes and restaurants across The Malverns are offering takeaway and home delivery services…
On foot, hitting the trail, rambling… is there any better way to experience the Malverns than heading out for a walk in some of England’s finest countryside?
The Malvern Hills, which divide the beautiful English countryside of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, are a great destination for walkers of all ages and abilities, whether you are interested in a gentle stroll along a tree-lined path or an energetic trek along the ridge of the Malvern Hills. The unspoilt Teme Valley offers a great range of walking in glorious countryside and the Severn valley has striking riverside walks with views of the Cotswold beyond.