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This page tells you how to get here and what there is to do when you're here. Scroll down for directions, events and local attractions.

The family room

How to get here:

From the North

Travelling from the North it will take you approximately 15 minutes (given a clear run) once you have left the M5.

From the South

Travelling from the South it will take you approximately 20 minutes (given a clear run) once you have left the M5.

On turning into the drive bear left towards the big house, not the bungalow or barn conversions.

Driveway in to Portocks End House

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Events diary

Regular events in the Malvern Hills area:

Town & Village Markets

Farmers' Markets

Country Markets (WI)

Town Walks

Bands in the Park

Antique & Flea Fairs

Gardens open

Little Malvern Court & Gardens - 01684 892988

We welcome dogs.

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Local attractions

The Malvern Hills, Elgar's Birthplace, The River Severn.

The Commandery Civil War Centre in Worcester was the Royalist headquarters at the Battle of Worcester in 1651 and is now the country's only museum telling the story of the England's Civil War. Open daily throughout the year: Monday-Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm. Sunday 1.30pm - 5.00pm

Royal Worcester Visitor Centre and the Museum of Worcester Porcelain gives an insight into this world famous porcelain industry founded in Worcester in 1751. Factory tours available Mon. to Fri. except during factory holidays. Manufactory and Museum tours available 7 days a week. Tel: 01905 23221.

Worcester Cathedral towers next to the River Severn and offers architecture and Christian heritage. Dating from 1084, it is the burial place for King John of Magna Carta fame. Open daily 7.30am - 6.30pm. Tel 01905 28854/21004.

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AA 3 Star Accommodation. Click here to reach the AA website, www.theaa.com