In the Heart of The Malverns (AONB)
Updated Coranavirus Statement - NOVEMBER 2020
Treherne House Bed and Breakfast is unfortunately closing on Thursday 5th November in line with government guidelines with a view to re-open on Thursday 3rd December, we really hope to see you soon but most importantly stay safe!
Our Self-Catering cottage, The Malvern Retreat, is remaining open for essential travel and we still have some space available in November and December.
At Treherne House we would like to offer you peace of mind that we achieved 100% cleanliness scores with Visit Britain each and every year. We currently have a 5 out of 5 Environmental Health Star Rating and have both completed Health & Hygiene Courses. We have plans in place to ensure that you can return to us and be safe here. Every single day our kitchen worktops, dishwasher and fridges are cleaned using sterilisation fluids so that you can be assured that our cleaning regimes are and always have been an absolute priority as our repeat visitors will testify. We also enjoy a lot of space in our house and grounds so we are confident that you can stay here and still adhere to social distancing rules. Full details will be provided upon arrival.
We look forward to seeing you at Treherne House in the near future. Stay safe everybody.
We are a proudly independent Multi-Award Winning Guest Accommodation provider offering superior quality B&B and Self-Catering Accommodation in the heart of The Malverns. Treherne House & The Malvern Retreat are past Winners of the Visit Worcestershire "Best Bed and Breakfast in Worcestershire" and were Visit Britain 4Star Gold Award Winners. The property is an instantly impressive and beautifully presented late 19th century former Gentlemans' Residence.
Our B&B in Malvern is perfectly situated on the sunny side of The Malvern Hills in a quiet location in the heart of Worcestershire. We offer wonderfully comfortable & stylish ensuite accommodation in this Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Our beautiful south facing guest garden is a real suntrap and there is plenty of cushioned seating for everybody with super views to the Malvern Hills. The Malvern Retreat Coach House was a previous winner of the best Self-Catering Property in Worcestershire with Destination Worcestershire.
Mark & Alexandra Soden are Les Routiers Award Winning Proprietors who have owned and managed serviced accommodation for over 19 years. Their previous property in The English Lakes was one of only 2 B&B's in the region to feature in The Michelin Guide.
Our delicious breakfasts have won the Visit Britain Great British Breakfast Award for many years. We use the finest local ingredients including free range eggs, Gloucester Old Spot Sausages and traditional Smoked Bacon from Paul, our fabulous butcher at Barnards Green Butchers. Breakfast is served in our Dining Room overlooking the pond and gardens and there is a good choice of alternatives should you not wish to sample the "full works". Ask for one of Mark's famous omelettes which have a cult following with regulars. At our previous establishment in Windermere, 1 Park Road, our B&B was one of only a handful in the UK that was featured in the prestigious Michelin Guide.
BEERS, WINES and SPIRITS
We run an informal honesty bar here at Treherne House and we always stock a good selection of wines, spirits and beers including local Craft Ales. So why not enjoy a pre-dinner drink or treat yourself to an afternoon tipple in our lovely guest garden looking up to the hills.
PUBS and RESTAURANTS
If it's a pub you are after there are 3 local pubs only a 5-10 minute walk away serving good pub grub, The Bluebell Inn exclusively offers our guests a 20% discount off the food. The Camra Award winning best Real Ale Pub in Malvern, The Nags Head is a 5 minute drive away and The Michelin featured Inn at Welland or The Swan at Hanley Swan are only a 10 minute drive. There are also numerous excellent eateries and pubs in Great Malvern, only a 5 minute drive away or a 25 minute walk.
Take Junction 7 from the M5 and follow the brown tourist signs for Malvern & The Three Counties Showground. At Powick take the first exit, the B4424 (still following the brown tourist sign to The Three Counties Showground); carry on for about 4 miles until you see a signpost for Malvern 4.5 Miles. This road (B4211) leads through Guarlford Village towards Great Malvern, we are 3.5 miles along this road 500 Yards past the Green Dragon Pub on the Left Hand Side set back from the tree lined road. You can see the Malvern Hills directly in front of you on the approach to the house.