Malvern pubs are placed around the town and offer a variety of experiences from live events to great food, a view of the hills or a cosy fire. They all can offer you something different, so have a look and find your next stop that will "hit the spot".
An independently run traditional public house with a friendly atmosphere and fantastic elevated views overlooking the Cotswolds and the Three Counties Showground.
An ideal refreshment stop for visitors to the Malvern Hills, this welcoming traditional pub is the centre of the village community and includes a garden which offers splendid views.
Sat near the top of Great Malvern, The Unicorn is a cheery local pub that often shows live sports, local bands and other events, it’s worth popping in whether you’ve just finished your shopping or coming down from a walk on the hills.
The Morgan (which gets its name from Malvern’s Morgan car factory) is known for a relaxing atmosphere amongst its locals and openly welcomes its new visitors to enjoy the pub’s tranquil surroundings.
A traditional country pub with a cosy open fire and has front and back beer gardens giving an outstanding view of the Malvern Hills with plenty of seating. The Three Horseshoes is also the closest pub to the Three Counties Show Ground, making it an ideal place to visit afterwards.
The Bluebell Inn oozes tradition and warmth thanks to the classic building, complete with wooden beams. Enjoy the country air in their gorgeous beer garden whilst viewing the Malvern Hills or sit inside for a menu that includes plenty of pub classics, even four-legged friends are welcome.
The Green Dragon is a friendly family run pub situated in the countryside to the east of the Malvern Hills which can be admired from the large garden or from the comfort of the conservatory restaurant. With all their food being home cooked and live music on Saturdays throughout the year, it’s always a good time to visit.
The Red Lion has stunning scenery of the Malvern Hills all around it. They have a separate dining and bar area providing freshly cooked traditional pub food and Asian cuisine. Alternatively you can sit in their waiter-served Thai restaurant “The Thai Connection”.
Sat in Newland on the way to Malvern from the M5, The Swan Inn offers a varied menu which includes vegetarian and vegan options, the inn has a country aesthetic to accompany its friendly stuff.
The Nags head is a pub with an open fire, exposed beams and terrace seating, plus a no-frills British menu. Popular amongst locals, this pub gives off a cosy atmosphere and a friendly welcome.
This town pub which resides in Malvern Link along Worcester Road retains its traditional bench seating around the bay windows; they also have a darts board and a large function room.
The Anchor Inn can be found on one of the back streets near Malvern Link, known for showing plenty of sports on their screen and for having a good Sunday roast.
Not far from Malvern Link train station, The Express Inn has a good selection of drinks and is even a venue for some live bands to perform. Round the back is also an out-house containing a skittle alley.
The New Inn hosts an impressively stocked bar and a classic pub menu served from noon. They have a good relationship with the community by giving a warm welcome and hosting plenty of events from showing sports to raising money for charities. They even have free WI-FI; parking and disabled access, so why not pop down for a drink and some delicious food.
Just a little way past the Wyche or up from Colwall, you will find a hidden gem amongst the hills known as The Chase Inn. From the beautiful beer garden you can see a gorgeous view of Herefordshire and can have some lovely food from their menu, ideal after taking a walk along the hills.