Como House, Self Catering, B&B, Shared Self Catering
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Kevin Austin (Proprietor)
Tel +44(0)1684 561486
Mob +44(0)7751 833575
E-mail : kevin@comohouse.co.uk
Como Road
Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 2TH

House 

Como House is a characterful, no-frills B&B who offer excellent value and service including bed & breakfast, a self catering apartment and can also offer longer term shared self catering within the main house.

Our location is in a particularly quiet road within Great Malvern town centre with the Malvern Theatres, the high street with its many quality restaurants and pubs and Waitrose all within a few minutes walk away.

We are ideally located with easy access to the many beautiful, all year round walks on the hills, for you to enjoy with the wonderful views and amazing seasonal changes.

Great Malvern mainline railway station is just a pleasant 10 minute walk away.

 

Gardens 

We can offer

  • Flexibility on meal times and departure times
  • Free local lifts for station and drop off points for walks etc.
  • Comfortable beds in en-suite rooms with Freeview TV and DVD, tea/coffee making.
  • Excellent free range breakfast options for all diets.
  • Secure off-road parking
  • Wireless Internet
  • No smoking throughout
  • Full central heating
  • Use of attractive gardens

B&B Tariff

Double Room for 2 people
65 for 1 night. Reductions available for longer stays.

Twin Room for 2 people
65 for 1 night. Reductions available for longer stays.

Single in twin or double
45 for 1 night. Reductions available for longer stays.

 

Self Catering
Garden Apartment

300 to 600 per week
based on 1 to 4 people
sharing.

Normally Sat to Sat.

 

Shared Self Catering
Main House

Longer periods of accommodation can be arranged for theatre performers and management or just to help with house moves etc. Please call +44(0)1684 561486 to find out more.

 

Awards

Worcestershire Regulatory Services have now adopted the national 'Food Hygiene Rating Scheme'

 

Location and Directions
Map

Welcome to The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills is designated an AONB (area of outstanding natural beauty), with paths for both beginners and the more experienced walkers. The entire length of the Hills is open to the public and is criss-crossed with about 160km (100 miles) of bridleways and footpaths. Dogs are allowed on the hills and can be let off lead so long as they are well behaved. Cycling is allowed on bridleways only.

Great Malvern is largely Victorian but its roots go back much further. Iron and Bronze Age forts and tracks ran along the hills and Great Malvern was only a collection of small cottages until the Middle Ages. The oldest parts of the town can be seen around the Priory Church which was founded in 1085 when Benedictine monks settled here and built a Priory. Find out more about Malvern...