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Ashbury Bed and Breakfast
Malvern
Worcestershire

WR14 4NP | View map
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A warm welcome awaits you from Karen & Graham at Ashbury Bed & Breakfast which is located on the slopes of the Malvern Hills. Ashbury is a large, elegant, Victorian house built in 1874 with amazing views over Worcestershire which can be enjoyed whilst having afternoon tea and homemade cake on your arrival and whilst eating your breakfast which Karen cooks to order for you using locally sourced products. Our two beautifully appointed ground floor en-suite bedrooms are furnished to the highest standard and offer luxury at an affordable price. Enjoy Victorian style beds with luxurious silk topped mattresses, crisp white linen, fluffy white towels and complimentary toiletries, hospitality tray with homemade biscuits and Malvern Spring water. Free WiFi, flat screen Freeview TVs and off road parking. For walkers and cyclists we have a drying area for wet and muddy clothing/boots and a garage to store your bikes. Ashbury is handy for Malvern’s many restaurants, pubs and the wonderful Malvern Theatre as well as the Three Counties Showground, Malvern St James Girls School and Malvern College, Morgan Motor Company, Qinetiq and Enigma Business Park.

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