In the refurbished 1919 Restaurant, guests are surrounded by restored Georgian glory set against contemporary design, nature-themed wallpaper designed by Timorous Beasties, a palette of elegant greys, soft pinks and woodland greens and bespoke furniture. With 2 AA Rosettes, Mark Redwood’s menu is bursting with fresh clean flavours from hyper-local suppliers. His innovative techniques include charring outer skins of veg and fish, pickling with local rhubarb, and fermenting ingredients to preserve throughout the year, creating dishes such as pork terrine with pickled mushroom, cucumber, Marmite butter and homemade sourdough. Combine fine-dining with the very impressive wine list offering wines from all over the world and a good number from the UK.
1919 is the en-vogue bar at The Cottage in the Wood. Headed up by expert mixologist Andrei Crisan serves exquisite cocktails that chime with the seasons as well as quirky local offerings such as ales from Malvern’s Friday Beer Company, founded by a group of scientists, and Elgar wines from local Lovells Vineyard. Visit the bar on certain Sundays for Jazz Afternoons or for literary talks.
Pop up to The Cottage in the Wood any time to enjoy panoramic views over the English countryside with tea and sweet treats. Indulge in the full, British favourite Afternoon tea. Including traditional finger sandwiches, freshly-baked scones with strawberry clotted cream & jam & a selection of homemade pâtisseries & decadent cakes all served on a three-tier stand with silverware to mark the occasion. With breathtaking views across the Cotswolds and Severn Valley what better place is there to enjoy this most quintessential British classic.