The Cotford Hotel
Our Gothic, Victorian hotel is set in award winning mature, landscaped gardens at the foot of the beautiful Malvern Hills. It was built in 1851 as a summer residence for the Bishop of Worcester. The history of our charming hotel is visible throughout with its abundance of original details and features.
What used to be the Bishop’s private chapel now hosts an award-winning restaurant – L’amuse-Bouche, where you can experience French-style cuisine in a quaint English setting. With its high ceilings and views across our beautiful gardens it’s the perfect spot for fine dining, and has gained two coveted rosette awards for culinary excellence. You can also find us in the new Michelin guide for 2016 .
You can sit back and relax on the comfy sofas in our piano lounge, soak up the atmosphere and watch the world go by in our newly refurbished bar and explore the many treats that our award winning gardens have in store.
Highly Commended Runner-up – Best Hotel
We were shortlisted from an amazing selection of established, quality hotels across the county. And we’re very proud to say our little boutique hotel was named runner-up with a Highly Commended in the Best Hotel category of the Visit Worcestershire Awards for Excellence 2016. Read more.
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(Room bookings are subject to payment in full if cancelled within 48 hours of arrival)