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Malvern View

Malvern View Country Estate is Located on the border between Worcestershire and Herefordshire, and nestled in the grounds of a historic 450-year-old Elizabethan Manor House which is our Owners Only restaurant and Owners Lounge, the park rests in over 145 acres of magnificent farmland with walking trails that lead to incredible views and our newest Deer enclosure, seeing the Red Deer roaming the grounds.
The park also boasts exclusive rights to three freshwater fishing lakes, which are stocked with Mirror/Common carp, Rudd, roach, chubb and perch, giving both experienced and amateur anglers a perfect spot to spend a relaxing day.
Away from the park, more trails take you through Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, while close links to market towns and villages mean you’ll never be far from local indulgences.

Owners at Malvern View benefit from:
• 145 acres of grounds with stunning scenery
• Easy access to the Malvern’s
• Excellent road networks providing easy access from The Midlands and beyond
• Fresh water lakes with exclusive fishing rights



•5-star park
•12-month holiday season
•Owners-only community
•Pet-friendly
•Close proximity to quaint market towns

Open all year.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), 14 Electric hook-ups, 1 Laundry, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Bar, Restaurant, Cafe

Located in between Herefordshire & Worcestershire countryside Malvern View offers a relaxing retreat with a range of facilities including three coarse fishing lakes and walking trails throughout the park. And our Brand New owners only Bistro & Bar surrounded by incredible views of the Malverns this park is ideal for nature lovers and those that love peace, quiet and relaxation.


Accomodations:
9 Seasonal pitches, Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis, Internet Access, Gym, Snooker/Pool, Leisure Centre

Within easy travelling distance of the cities of Hereford and Worcester, the Park lies within a central location for exploring the Heart of England. The small market town of Bromyard is only 3 1/2 miles away and offers local amenities, shops, pubs and restaurants etc.

Nestled perfectly and only 20 minutes from Malvern, Hereford & Worcester there is plenty to do including, shopping, bars, restaurants and much more.


Malvern View (www)

Stanford Bishop, Bringsty
Worcestershire, Central South England
United Kingdom
WR6 5UB
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Reviews

  Leaving my old holiday home park earlier this year was a hard decision to make, but definitely the right one. Since coming to Malvern View, I’ve spent more time at the park than I ever did before. It is very dog friendly which is important to me, the people and team are friendly, there are great social events, and a nice pink pub nearby. If you’re looking for a fantastic park and somewhere right for you, I would definitely recommend Malvern View.

Overall rating

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west midlands

5.0 stars

Fantastic Site, Owners couldn't be more helpfull. The fishing pools are beautiful and so are the surrounding fields and walks. The toilets and showers are clean and tidy and only cost 10p. We have a wonderful weekend and will be looking at going back again real soon.

STAFFS

This site is owned by the Richardson and Bateman families who previously farmed the land. Now it is run by Alison Richards and Steve Bateman. Steve handles the practical side of the site and is a perfectionist, working tirelessly on its development. His standards are high and his skills many. Alison manages the site, running the admin and marketing functions plus "everything else". Her personality oozes efficiency and she is very customer focussed. The site offers Static Vans, Camping and Luxury Chalets. Afurther development of luxury cabins and park homes is taking place. There are three well-stocked fishing pools and a day or season ticket can be purchased by site users. There is no club house so the site is nice and quiet. There is a heated utility block, housing loos, showers, laundry and ironing facilities plus a small library. Dogs are welcome and must be kept on a lead and , of course, its owner is responsible for pooper-scooping. Overall an immaculate multi use site under excellent ownership and management. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.