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Malvern View Hotel
Cleeve Hill
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

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Our Boutique Restaurant with rooms sits close to the top of Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire which is the highest point in the Cotswolds. It is also ideally located to explore further afield to the Slaughters, Broadway, Tewkesbury, Stratford and the picturesque villages that make the Cotswolds world famous.The guest house gardens back onto the Cotswold Way and Cleeve Common. Making us an ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds on foot, whether you are planning to complete the Cotswold Way or just wish to escape into the Gloucestershire countryside for a while.We have six stunning bedrooms with delightful views and their own unique style. Each room offers quality beds for a good nights sleep, flat screen TVs, wi-fi, rain showers, luxury toiletries and Egyptian cotton towels as standard. All rooms have inroom beverage facilities. Our restaurant offers views over the Malvern valley through two large bay windows and a terrace perfect for early evening cocktails is the ideal location for a relaxing dinner. In the winter a traditional Cotswold stone fireplace provides a cozy and romantic setting. We offer thoughtful, warm hearted cooking using the best the season has to offer. Our food is sourced locally where possible and the emphasis is on simplicity & bold flavours.

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