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Colwall Park
Colwall
Malvern
Worcestershire

WR13 6QG | View map

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Colwall Park is a country house style hotel on the sunny western slopes of the breathtaking Malvern Hills in the centre of peaceful Colwall village, situated less than 10 miles from the M5/M50. With over an acre of well-tended gardens, there are footpaths from the hotel leading directly onto the Malvern Hills, where views over the surrounding countryside are spectacular.

We feature 22 individually decorated bedrooms and function facilities from 6 to 60, with each guest receiving superlative service (AA Courtesy & Care Award) and stunning meals (Birmingham Area Restaurant of the Year, AA 2 Rosettes, Michelin, Good Food Guide etc.) We only use the finest possible ingredients, sourced locally where possible, to produce our acclaimed modern British cuisine. Our friendly and popular Lantern Bar, a meeting place for locals and residents alike, features a crackling log fire, real ales, superb house wines and freshly made meals and snacks.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars & Courtesy Care Award
AA 2 Rosettes
Michelin 2 Knife & Forks
Good Food Guide
Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22
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Name: Seasons
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: James Garth
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes
Michelin 2 Knife & Forks
Good Food Guide

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