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Treherne House & The Malvern Retreat
54 Guarlford Road

WR14 3QP | View map

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Treherne House & The Malvern Retreat is an impressive and newly refurbished former Gentlemans' Residence offering wonderfully comfortable & stylish accommodation. Throughout the property we have a nice blend a French reproduction and modern contemporary furnishings. Treherne House is privately owned by Les Routiers Award Winning proprietors who have designed the house with relaxation in mind. Lovely ensuite rooms, superb beds & mattresses and great food is on offer to make your stay a special one. In 2008 we will be offering evening meals on selected nights, we are now a licensed premesis.We have Internet access for guests, parking for numerous vehicles on our private drive and all of the rooms enjoy Digital Flat Screen TV's with Freeview, DVD/CD Players, I-Gear Docking Stations for MP3/Bluetooth and Hospitality Trays as standard. Our bedrooms have been recently refurbished for the 2008 season and feature Farrow & Ball and Harlequin Wallpapers and Paints, Laura Ashley Fabrics and Gilchrist & Soames Toiletries.The property is ideally situated in a superb location between The Three Counties Showground, Qinetic & Enigma Business Parks and Great Malvern itself. Great Malvern enjoys one of the finest Theatre complexes in the UK as well as the magnificent Priory. We have stress-free parking for numerous vehicles on our private drive.

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