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Sitting perched on the side of the magnificent Malvern Hills, with panoramic views across the Severn Valley and beyond, The Cottage boasts ‘England’s best view’.
The Cottage is the perfect place to enjoy a truly English escape, with cosy and comfortable bedrooms leaving you spoil for choice.The Outlook Restaurant is situated in an elegant room with tall French windows often flung open to the view, and a small terrace ideal for sipping a pre-dinner drink on a warm summer evening. Wine is one of the owners’ passions, and is reflected in a long and eclectic wine list, which has won its fair share of awards. This romantic setting has direct access onto the Malvern Hills, a great place to watch the sunset across Worcestershire’s beautiful landscape.The 9-mile long range of barebacked hills inspired Sir Edward Elgar, J.R.R Tolkien, C.S Lewis and many more.
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