Stanford Bishop, Worcester, WR6 5UB (view map)
Welcome to Malvern View
Malvern View is located on the border between Worcestershire and Herefordshire, putting you in the perfect spot to break away from the hustle and bustle. Nestled in the grounds of a historic 450-year-old Elizabethan Manor House and outbuildings, the park rests in over 100 acres of magnificent farmland with walking trails that lead to incredible views of both Worcestershire and Herefordshire.
The park also boasts exclusive rights to three freshwater fishing lakes, which are stocked with carp, rudd, roach 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.
The Old Barn House.
At The Old Barn House we`re passionate about food and it`s our mission to serve you great-tasting, high quality fresh food every time you visit. We source our produce locally and use organic ingredients where possible.
The Great Outdoors.
With a plethora of nature trails right on your doorstep there are many walking groups and guided walks across the region however, if you just fancy some fresh air there are plenty of trails surrounding Malvern View that are ideal for walks, bike rides and horse riding.
Enjoy exclusive fishing rights at three different coarse fishing lakes.
As an owner you could not only enjoy miles of beautiful on-park trails and some of the best views in the county, but tucked away in the grounds are three ornamental fishing lakes stocked with Carp, Rudd, Roach and Tench for some of the best coarse fishing in the area. Both amateur and experienced anglers alike can find themselves with a perfect way to spend a summer afternoon, or a frosty autumn morning, and really escape the hustle and bustle of a busy life.
Get close to nature in our Red Deer Park.
To enhance your experience and the natural surroundings of Malvern View`s 100-acre site, Park Leisure made an investment in May 2017 to introduce Red Deer to the park.
This move supported the relocation of 30 red deer and 1 stag, allowing them to roam free across the landscape, adding to the stunning scenery. With viewing platforms, feeding and handling bays, this really does provide a fantastic new experience for all ages to enjoy.