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Gilberts End, Malvern, Worcestershire

Gilberts End
Gilberts End

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Gilberts End Farm bed and breakfast, near Upton upon Severn and Malvern is a Character Grade II Listed Building with parts dating back 600 years. We pride ourselves on offering luxury BandB accommodation in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. All our B&B rooms are spacious and comfortable with their own sitting areas, and we are able to offer Unlimited FREE Wireless Internet Connection, (FREE WIFI), in ALL our Guest Rooms. Radio Alarm Clocks and Hairdryers are provided in the rooms and Ironing Facilities are available upon request. We also provide a small D.V.D./C.D & Book Library, and Daily Newspapers by prior arrangement. The Farm House, situated in its own mature grounds, is located in a rural Hamlet at the base of the Malvern Hills. Set in the Heart of the Severn Valley on the edge of the Cotswolds, this tranquil and beautiful area is a hidden jewel in traditional Middle England, yet to be discovered by travellers from near and far. We serve delicious Farmhouse Breakfasts using Local Award Winning Sausages, and only use fresh eggs from local Free-Range Chickens. As well as Orange Juice, we offer a range of Apple and Pear Juices traditionally and locally produced at Clive's Fruit Farm. We also serve Rice Crispies and Gluten Free Bread for those on a Gluten Free Diet, and offer Quorn Sausages for those requiring a Vegetarian alternative. We have recently opened the 'Tranquility Room' to enhance your stay with us. We offer guests a range of Relaxing and Therepeutic Massage Treatments and other Complementary Therapies with fully qualified and experienced Therapists.

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