ALDWYN'S RESTAURANT AND BISTRO
A contemporary local gem, full of English character and charm. The restaurant is set in the magnificent Grade II listed building of Ellerslie, within walking distance of Malvern town centre, as well as other popular locations in and around Malvern.
The place offers a sophisticated menu of fresh seasonal dishes with a contemporary twist and a unique dining experience in a chic and relaxed atmosphere. The all day dining menu includes everything from sandwiches to hearty mains and is perfect for formal dinner dates, casual lunches, afternoon tea, cocktails or simply coffee and cake.
Whether dining with friends and family or hiring us for a private function, such as a corporate meeting or networking event, at Aldwyn's we pride ourselves on carefully planned menus and exceptional standards in presentation, taste and service.
If you wanted to spoil someone with a dining experience or to one of our delicious afternoon teas at our Malvern restaurant, we are happy to offer a selection of gift vouchers.
Please contact us to find out more about the gift vouchers or our private dining room.
Our coffee blend is Rainforest Alliance Certified. The Rainforest Alliance helps to protect forests, improve the livelihoods of farmers and forest communities, promote their human rights, and help them mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis.
Every cup of our coffee helps Grounds for Health screen women in coffee communities against cervical cancer. The mission of Grounds for Health is to reduce cervical cancer among women in developing countries, primarily in coffee growing regions.
Top 10 places to visit around Aldwyn’s:
With stunning views out towards the Malvern Hills, Aldwyn’s restaurant and bistro is perfectly located for a meal when exploring popular places around Malvern. Here are the top 10 local attractions in Malvern at a short walking or driving distance from us:
1. Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
An extensive area of natural beauty and a popular place for walks, picnics and stunning views. It’s marvellous hills and woods make for a perfect place for a family day out.
2. NT Croome Court
Croome Court is an impressive mid-18th-century mansion surrounded by extensive grounds. It had been the home of the Coventry family since the 16th century. A lovely place to visit with striking scenery of the Malvern Hills and the Worcestershire countryside.
3. Great Malvern Priory
This glorious, well-kept construction is a true testimony of medieval architecture. Its stained-glass windows are impressive, depicting events from English history throughout the centuries.
4. Witley Court and Gardens
If you consider visiting Malvern, here is a hauntingly beautiful place for you to enjoy. It comprises a lavish mansion, stone fountains, illustrious grounds and plenty of space to explore.
5. Three Counties Showground
This place offers interesting and amusing events to watch in the various arenas and lovely grounds to walk.
6. Malvern Museum
Malvern Museum offers a varied selection of artefacts, covering a diverse range of items relating to Malvern's past.
7. Bredon Barn
This large medieval threshing barn is another local place of rural history and a fine testimony of a Medieval Manorial from about 1350.
8. Brockhampton Estates
Just 20 minutes by car sits a traditionally farmed estate with medieval manor house. Each room of the Lower Brockhampton House displays a different time period across 600 years of English history so that visitors can experience this place throughout its time.
9. Eastnor Castle
This impressive Georgian Castle is set amongst lovely grounds in the Malvern hills. It is part of a larger 5,000-acre estate in Malvern and includes a park with Red Deer and an arboretum of rare trees around a charming lake.
10. Coughton Court
Less than an hour away from Aldwyn’s there’s Coughton Court, an English Tudor country house with spectacular gardens.
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