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Inns in Malvern Wells

The Swan Inn
Worcester Road
Hanley Swan

Malvern Wells
Worcestershire

WR8 0EA | View map
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Whether you are looking for a place to stay, somewhere to enjoy fine food and wine or a welcoming country pub, the Swan has it all. Described as the quintessential Country Inn, we have tried to maintain and enhance the historic features of our Inn whilst keeping that warm, cosy, home from home feeling. Situated at the foot of the beautiful Malvern Hills, our Inn is perfectly situated for many local events and attractions - from walking the Malvern Hills to the Upton Jazz Festival . We are less than 1 mile from the Three Counties Showground , just 3 miles from Malvern and a short drive away from Cheltenham and Worcester. Our 17th Century Inn is located right on the village green with its peaceful duck pond, a perfect place for that leisurely stroll. We also have a family friendly garden and welcome children from 0 to 100! We have facilities in our restaurant for our less able guests, making it an ideal place to eat. We have ample parking and five individually styled, luxury guest bedrooms (four double bedrooms & one twin bedroom), each with en-suite. So, if you are looking for somewhere to enjoy a leisurely drink, a home cooked meal or a bed and breakfast for your visit to Malvern and the surrounding area, we look forward to welcoming you. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Dogs allowed. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1200 and Check-Out time: 1030.

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