We have Seven 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 in-room beverage facilities. In our relaxing lounge we have an honesty bar with a range of drinks. Please note that between 1st March - 30th September. we have a two night minimum stay policy.
Arrival and departure times
Normal times are as below, but if you would like to arrive or depart outside of these, it’s not a problem - just let us know when you book.
Arrival - 3 - 7pm
Departure - 10.30am
We hope that your stay at Malvern View will be completely trouble-free, but we have details of local doctors, dentists and opticians if you have any problems.
Pet dogs are welcome by prior arrangement
Please let us know when booking that you intend to bring your dog. There is no extra charge.
Please note that dogs are not allowed into public areas such as the guest lounge and restaurant.
We have a large car-park that has plenty of space. We have secure storage for bicycles and facilities for washing bikes or muddy footwear if required.
Taxis & buses
We can arrange taxis for you with a good local company. There is a regular bus service from Winchcombe into Cheltenham which runs right past our property.
Children are welcome. A cot can be placed in many of the rooms and in two of our rooms an extra bed can be accommodated for an older child or teenager. There is also a highchair available for breakfasts. Up to two children are able to stay comfortably in the ante-room of the Longhorn Suite, where there are full size single day beds and the main bedroom is large, therefore offering even more flexible accomodation for a family. Any child ( 2- 16 years) staying at Malvern View will incur an additional charge of £15 each, per night, on top of the room rate (to include breakfast). Children under 2 years old can stay for free.
Nearby Pubs & Restaurants
The Apple Tree
The Apple Tree is off the beaten track hidden at the bottom of Cleeve Hill, only two miles from the famous Cheltenham Racecourse. The inn is popular among racegoers but many other regulars come for the well stocked bar, weekly entertainment and good food.
Perched on top of Cleeve Hill, the Rising Sun hotel is a quaint retreat. A favourite among the locals, its own beer garden presents spectacular views spanning five counties.
Royal Oak Prestbury
As Featured in The Daily Telegraph Top 70 Inns in Britain,The Daily Telegraph Pint to Pint Collumn and most recently, The Michelin Guide and Top TenEnglish Pubs, The National Geographic.
Ellenborough Park is pleased to present two very distinct dining experiences and restaurants in Cheltenham.
5 North Street Restaurant
The best of seasonal produce is used in flavoursome dishes that are cooked with flair and creativity. This restaurant has been awarded a Michelin Star and is popular. Tables need to be booked in advance.
Wesley House is a 15th century Merchant’s House in the historic Anglo Saxon town of Winchcombe in The Cotswolds.
White Hart Winchcombe
It’s one of the great things about being in Winchcombe – we’ve got so many brilliant local producers to work with that we’re spoilt for choice. That means you will be too.
The Lion Winchcombe is a recently refurbished 15th Century Coaching Inn located in North Street Winchcombe.
The Plaisterers Arms
Plaisterers Arms is a comfortable, traditional pub that serves great food.