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Welcome to The Abbey, a 4-star hotel in Great Malvern with landscaped gardens and spectacular views over the Vale of Evesham.

With 103 bedrooms, a restaurant and a bar, the hotel offers a comfortable base for exploring the splendours of England’s Three Counties: Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. WiFi and parking are free for all guests and delegates.

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Unique Rooms with Free WiFi

Unique Rooms with Free WiFi

High-speed wireless internet is free throughout the hotel, and you can work comfortably at the desk in your bedroom.

You will have everything you need to unwind, including coffee and tea-making facilities and satellite TV channels.

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Explore the Malverns

Explore the Malverns

Built on the site of a Benedictine monastery at the foot of the Malvern Hills, the hotel has a fascinating story deeply entwined with the history of Great Malvern.

Today, this Victorian spa town is a popular destination with attractions including Malvern Theatres, the Morgan Motor Company and many independent shops and pubs.

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Christmas 2014

Tis the season to be jolly

Spend truly white Christmas in the countryside with The Abbey's Christmas and New Year's packages.

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Dance Groups Package

Large sprung dance floor!

Are you a dance group organiser? Book your group’s dance break at The Abbey Hotel, the only hotel in Worcestershire [...]

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Traditional Sunday Carvery Lunch

3 courses, £14.95 per person

Visit The Abbey on a Sunday afternoon and enjoy our traditional carvery lunch.

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