Saturday, March 14, 2015

The Brambles Bed and Breakfast in Melvern Wells, England!

The Brambles Bed & Breakfast
A Cozy Front Parlor
A Lovely Writing Desk
My Room (Not Really)
An Armoire For Personal Belongings
A Dressing Table
My En-suite bathroom with Shower
My Bedroom View
The Best Breakfast Ever
Even the Staircase Has a View
My Hosts, Bren and Lois Lawler
I wanted to try and finish posting about my wonderful trip to England last year before I get to overwhelmed by the garden chores.  Today was a perfect day, rainy and gloomy.  When I clicked on my folder of photos from my 2014 trip, I got a wonderful flood of happiest.  I am truly one of the luckiest people because I get to travel periodically and meet such wonderful and giving people.

I went to Great Malvern to meet up with my English friends, Debs and Simon to go to the RHS Malvern Spring Flower Festival which is early May.  There is also a show in late September called the Malvern Autumn Show.  This post is going to focus on where I stayed in Great Malvern.

If you are ever in England, please visit Great Malvern.  It is a beautiful town and area in Worchestershire about three hours northwest of London and very accessible by train.  The Herbal Husband who finds all of these wonderful places for me to stay picked The Brambles.  I made the mistake of only staying one night.  I promise next time to stay longer and bring The Herbal Husband with me.

As I hope you can see by the photos, The Brambles is very quaint but has very modern services.  They have one bedroom with two twin beds, one double room and one single, all en suite.  Bren made me one of the best breakfasts ever.  The room was comfy, private and had beautiful views.  I loved Lois's decor.  And you will love The Brambles if you choose to stay with Bren and Lois Lawler.  The Brambles is located just up the hill from the Three Counties Showground where the flower show is staged.  The Malvern area is near to Worcester and its Cathedral and porcelain museum and the Morgan car factory among other attractions.  I look forward to my next visit with you, Bren and Lois!  I'll talk about the Malvern Spring Flower Festival in my next post.

2 comments:

taylorsoutback said...

Loving our virtual trip to England!!! I would plop myself down on that staircase with the window view and plan the day's activities. What a beautifully serene place it must be...sigh

Lemon Verbena Lady said...

Thanks TO. Bren and Lois make you feel right at home. It is a beautiful area! Hope the snow is disappearing for you soon! xo