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... By 1920 he had 12 gardeners working for him. It took 30 years to create the whole garden. The style consists of creating various outdoor rooms separated by hedges and walls. Each room has it's own character or theme. So there is the white garden and a red one, a birch alley, greek "temples" fountains, topiary and gorgeous blooming flowers. You can just wander at leisure and spend the whole day if ...
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... many magnificent churches, buildings etc. a very beautiful and scenic town. We caught the bus back to our car -unfortunately Pat we missed Ayelsbury which was a shame. Today's trip took us to Cheltenham -the country on the way here is just as you imagine with rolling hills for miles -very green and lush. Cheltenham must be near the ...
... again, which was still flooded, and continued on up into the clouds. The wind had died down compared to the previous week, but the view was much less impressive. We stuck to the main path, as the group had once managed to lose their way in fog (I hasten to add, I wasn't there when this happened, nor was I there when they got lost in the brambles. I miss all the fun.)
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Historical Traveler Reviews Colwall Park - Hotel, Bar & Restaurant Malvern
We booked the best room they had (no.1) at about £180 including dinner. The room itself was nice enough, as long as you did not look out of the window, which looked directly onto what can only be described as an old people's home plus some building works. The house itself is set on a main road (although reasonably quiet), at a junction. The aerial photo the website shows belies the true location of the hotel, which is nothing special, as it does not have its own grounds.
Superb food, wonderful walks
A perfect place for a short break just past the Cotswolds. Super, super food. Great wines including a nice selection of half bottles.Highly recommed to book the Dinner bed and breakfast package. Had a superior twin room which was spacious, warm with an excellent bathroom. International staff were good, but lacked local knowledge, but were helpful to give literature. Walking the hills and lovely local shopping in Ledbury. Will certainly return.
Londoners should take the A44 going home and take a half way break at the wonderful town of Woodstock.
Stayed for 2 nights to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Booked a deluxe room and we got the biggest room I've ever stayed in with the biggest bed!
Great hotel, fabulous food.
Stayed there twice during June 2005. The single rooms are very small; worth upgrading to a double although the shower in the single was better. Lovely grounds, very helpful and friendly staff.
Very atmospheric building right in the heart of Colwall, which is very quiet and picturesque. The noisiest thing there is the dawn chorus!
I did not dine in the restaurant, which I heard was fabulous, but the "bar meals" were outstanding - the same standard as the restuarant. Not cheap but every penny. Nice atmosphere in the evenings.
Great location for exploring the Malvern Hills too, nestled just below them. Free wireless internet access.
Highly recommended. I will be staying there again.
Wonderful rural break
A great hotel to escape from London for the weekend and enjoy the Malvern countryside. The walks and scenery around the area are superb. The hotel is pleasantly situated in the village of Colwall, with comfortable spacious rooms, and some of the best food I have eaten outside of London. The owners are a friendly welcoming couple who will ensure your stay is as relaxing as possible.
We stayed for a 3 night gourmet break, totally brilliant! Friendly & efficient staff, wonderful welcome. Food was wonderful, but do ask about the chef's night off, as that evening was not the same standard. Hoping to return soon.
We spent one night here last weekend, and wished we could have stayed much longer. Check-in was very civilised and the nice lady receptionist showed us up to our room. This was quite superb, beautifully furnished and finished.Dinner was an amazing experience; friendly and very attentive service combined with one of the best meals we have ever had.
The Colwall Park chef is seriously talented. Breakfast was equally impressive and we enjoyed chatting with the manageress (we think) who had looked after us so well at dinner the night before; also worthy of praise are the friendly Spanish waitress and barman. The owners and staff of Colwall Park deserve great praise for their hospitality and attention to detail. Full marks from us and thanks for a great stay!Mark & Sian
Fantastic food and fabulous friendly service.A must stay hotel in a great part of rural England yet close to the Welsh borders.
Great location in the centre of a peaceful village with footpaths direct from the hotel gardens to the Malvern Hills. Superb gourmet food, exceptionally freindly and efficient staff and a lively bar full of character locals.