Winter Nights Across The Malverns

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Malvern Hills with stars by Jan Sedlacek

Stay the night in The Malverns and you’ll be delighted with the range of evening entertainment options, whether that’s provided to you by the pink sunsets against the winter sky, the stars twinkling, dining out or attending a live performance at a choice of venues.

You’ll work up an appetite gazing into the cosmos after watching another one of our stunning sunsets from on top of the Malvern Hills, so be prepared and taste a flavour of almost every continent with our many restaurants in Malvern and further afield in the Teme Valley before you find that perfect spot to watch the sun go down over the rolling countryside of Herefordshire and the mountains in Wales.

What better way to enjoy a hearty meal than out of the cold, cosied up by a roaring fire. Whether it’s traditional pub food or high-end dining, or maybe even a dish a little farther afield, The Malverns has it all. Find out where to eat and drink here.

In the unpredictability of the modern world, take a second to pause and take in the constant beauty of our universe. We are proud to be home to not one, but two official Dark Sky Discovery Sites – Golden Valley in Castlemorton and in Mathon. In these particular spots, when the sky is clear, the Milky Way can be seen with the naked eye.

Our local scene is second to none; with live music and screenings at Elmslie House, Malvern Cube, The Regal at Tenbury Wells, Coach House Theatre, West Malvern Social Club, and newer additions include The Old Con Club in Great Malvern and Bar7 in Upton upon Severn. From rock music to jazz to arthouse cinema and comedy, there will always be a stunning celebration of culture for you to indulge in on a visit to The Malverns. Find out what’s on here.

If that isn’t enticing enough, Malvern Theatres are putting on an incredible range of performances with many from the West End circuit; you definitely won’t want to miss a single one. From stand-up comedy, one man shows, theatre screenings, world renowned films and so much more to enjoy.

When the night has met its end, why not wind up at one of our many hotels, B&B’s, camp sites or self-catering accommodation. The former convent, Stanbrook Abbey is a unique and beautiful place to stay, just outside of Worcester. Or The Abbey Hotel, a four star hotel with breathtaking views of the Malvern Hills and surrounding areas and right in the centre of town. Just a little further out we have the Bank House Hotel, a resort with fine dining, spa and even a golf course. No matter your requirements, from all-out luxury to sleeping under the stars, you can find your heart’s desire in Malvern this Winter.

Photo credit: Jan Sedlacek at Digitlight Photography

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