No longer merely a Georgian cottage, this boutique hotel is now a fine-dining destination drawing foodies from afar.
Earlier this year the 1919 Restaurant, at The Cottage in the Wood, received the accolade of a third AA Rosette. A reward for the passionate creativity of Rob Mason, Head Chef. Moreover, the superlative quality of the restaurant’s food has been recognised with a Catey nomination for Chef of the Year. Currently, Mason is on the shortlist of four chefs.
Spread over three buildings, The Cottage in the Wood is a 32-room hotel located high in the Malvern Hills, with spectacular panoramic views across the Severn Vale.
This get-away-from-it-all country retreat, on a ridge of the Precambrian rock, has attracted an eclectic selection of celebrities including Margaret Thatcher, Joan Collins, Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts, Edward Fox and Felicity Kendall.
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