Heart of the Cotswolds
Whether you’re looking for a base to explore the Cotswolds, need Cheltenham accommodation for the world-famous races or just want to put your feet up and enjoy a stunning view, our luxury bed and breakfast in the Cotswolds is the perfect spot.
Our back gate leads directly on to Cleeve Common, the highest point in the Cotswolds and offers the finest views across the spa town of Cheltenham to the Malvern Hills beyond.
Malvern View is located on the B4632 which runs between Prestbury and Winchcombe and is opposite Post Office Lane, GL52 3PR.
At Malvern View, you’ll have the best of Gloucestershire right on your doorstep.
At Malvern View, you’ll have the best of Gloucestershire right on your doorstep. We’re ideally placed as a stop-off on the Cotswold Way or for enjoying the picturesque Cotswolds towns and villages of Winchcombe, Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway and Stow-on-the-Wold. Plus, we’re just a short drive from the Regency spa town of Cheltenham and a host of outdoor activities in the Forest of Dean. Walkers, please note that we have a two night minimum stay policy.
Visiting the Cotswolds
Ideally placed in the heart of the Cotswolds, Malvern View B&B offers a central base for many of Gloucestershire’s top attractions.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Sudeley Castle is a spectacular private castle offering award-winning gardens across its 1200 acre estate.
Silver winner of The Cotswold Tourism Awards Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2014, Batsford Arboretum and garden centre is home to the country’s largest private collection of trees and shrubs.
The Berkeley family welcome you to their medieval fortress home for tours of the estate, visits to the famous butterfly house and exciting historical events for all the family.
Visit the world-famous racecourse set amongst 350 acres in the lee of the Cotswold Hills.
Enjoy a tour of this atmospheric cave system and learn about 4500 years of mining history in the Royal Forest of Dean.
Forest of Dean
Discover a host of great activities and entertainment – from mountain biking and kayaking to cycle tracks and nature trails.
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway
A great family day out, the GWR is a working steam and diesel heritage railway, offering day trips through the heart of the Cotswolds countryside.
Hidcote Manor Gardens
One of the National Trust’s most memorable sites, Hidcote is an Arts and Crafts garden, perfect for a reflective stroll, a family picnic or some gardening inspiration.
Westonbirt National Arboretum
With 15,000 tree specimens from around the world, Westonbirt is a stunning arboretum to be enjoyed at any time of year.
The local area is rightly famous for its brews and ales. If you’re looking for the perfect pint or pub lunch, we’ll point you in the right direction. The area also boasts several gastro pubs and restaurants for a relaxing evening meal, including The Rising Sun which is within easy walking distance.
Enjoy the rolling Cotswolds countryside with over 100 miles of superb trails through picturesque villages and past ancient sites.
Visit Cheltenham’s official tourism website for more information and current events in and around this elegant spa town. Winchcombe also has a Tourist Information Centre which is open 10-4pm every day April-Oct and at weekends all year.