Found in Worcestershire, England, on the base of the Malvern Hills is the pretty area of the Great Malvern.
This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty prides to be the town’s historical center and is further regarded as a Conservation Area due to its historic and architectural interest. When deciding to take your vacation in this place, the Cottage in the Wood Hotel could be taken into account.
Find out more about this English accommodation in this review provided by The Inspector of Daily Mail UK Travel ("An Inspector Calls: The Cottage in the Wood Hotel, Great Malvern, Worcestershire"). Here’s a snippet of his hotel review:
-- once you're there, the view across the plain is sensational. And if you hike to the top of the Malvern Hills you can see into 13 counties… There is history in all directions, and a fair bit at the hotel itself, where the Pattins have been in charge since the Eighties… The room has a four-poster, two armchairs, standard lamp and chest of drawers. Chic it isn't, but we're perfectly comfortable… Mind you, we enjoyed our dinner and the service was snappy, just as it was next morning at breakfast - though the bowls of stewed fruits were unappetizing, the orange juice not freshly squeezed, the room airless.