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The Three Counties area offers a large and varied choice of places to visit and activities for people of all ages and interests. The Malvern Hills are designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offer many opportunities to simply sit and enjoy astonishing views to both West and East or to walk for hours in peace and tranquillity (from North to South the hills are approximately 9 miles long ). Walk from our front door right up the hills or drive to one of the many car parks and start from a different place each day!

To get here by road: Malvern is close to the M5 and M50 motorways and is easily reached from any part of England.Approaching from the North, leave the M5 at Junction 7 (Worcester South) take the A422 and then the A449 for Malvern. For travellers from the West, leave the M50 at Junction 2 to come through Ledbury on the A449 or Junction 1 to approach through Upton on Severn.

The Area Offers
Garden centres and specialist growers including the national collection of Michaelmas Daisies.
Local Gardens are open to the public
The Malvern Theatres Complex --- phone 01684 892277 for "what's on"
Art Galleries
Craft Centres with cafes
Fruit picking in season
Cycling and cycle hire
Vineyards for visits and tastings - especially the well known Three Choirs Vineyard with its excellent restaurant
Cider makers and a cider museum
River and canal cruises

Finally and possibly most important, our own Three Counties Showground here in Malvern (approx 8-10mins drive by car) with its wonderful Spring, Autumn, Christmas and County Agricultural Shows plus many other specialist shows (Dogs, Cars, Arab Horses, Sheep, Vintage Cars etc. etc.) Ring 01684 584910 or email info@threecounties.co.uk for up-to-date information

County attractions worcestershire
Eastnor Castle www.eastnorcastle.com
Morgan Car factory www.morgan-motor.co.uk
Farmhouse Flora
Severn Valley Railway www.svr.co.uk
Worcester County Museum at Hartlebury Castle
Worcester Porcelain Factory www.royal-worcester.co.uk
Elgar's Birthplace www.elgar.org
Worcester Commandery and museum of local life
Avoncroft Museum of Ancient Buildings www.avoncorft.org.uk
West Midlands Safari Park www.wmsp.co.uk
Worcester Cathedral
Bodenham Arboretum and Earth Centre www.bodenham-arboretum.co.uk
Croome Park www.ntrustsevern.org.uk
Hanbury Hall www.ntrustsevern.org.uk

HEREFORDSHIRE
Small Breeds Farm and Owl Centre
Shortwood Farm Park · Newbridge Farm Park
Hellens - one of the oldest homes in England
Hereford Cathedral
The Mappa Mundi and the amazing chained library also at the cathedral
Berrington Hall www.ntrustsevern.org.uk
Brockhampton estate www.ntrustsevern.org.uk
Croft Castle www.ntrustsevern.co.uk

GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Berkley Castle www.information-britain.co.uk
Forest of Dean and Puzzle Wood
The Dean Heritage Centre
Clearwell Caves www.clearwellcaves.com
Dean Forest Railway www.deanforestrailway.co.uk
Perrygrove Railway www.perrygrove.co.uk
Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre www.wwt.org.uk
National Bird of Prey Centre www.nbpc.co.uk
Prinknash Abbey and Pottery
Gloucester Docks with its shops and antique centre
Museum of packaging in Gloucester
The Beatrix Potter Shop in Gloucester
Gloucester Cathedral
Lastly it must also be mentioned that we are only a short drive away from:

THE COTSWOLDS
Stratford on Avon
Cheltenham Hay on Wye (with its numerous second-hand bookshops)
The Welsh Marches with Offa's Dyke, wonderful scenery and castles
Ludlow- well known for its castle and good selection of excellent restaurants

Bredon House Worcestershire

Bredon House
34 Worcester Road
Great Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 4AA

Telephone : 01684 566990
Fax : 01684 577530

Email : enquiry@bredonhouse.co.uk

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