Search availability for Poplar Cottage Bed & Breakfast and book online
Poplar Cottage is shadowed by the Malvern Hills, it has stood for nearly 200 years in the beautiful village of Newland, situated on the edge of Malvern.
Back in the early 1900's it was the village post office. Today we offer luxury guest accommodation and a very warm welcome awaits all our guests.
We make every effort to make sure that our guests stay at Poplar Cottage will be as comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable as possible.
All our food is locally sourced from quality butchers and farms.
We have Internet connection in all our rooms.
We are within easy reach of all local attractions.
Lincolnshire, United Kingdomy
14 May 2016
“Excellent, no other word for it.”
An amazing stay. Felt like one of the family. Definitely the best and most friendly accommodation we have ever stayed in. We couldn't fault it in any way. Everything was perfect. The breakfasts are a thing of wonder, smashing, loved it. Will be going back again for the flower show next year, that's a definite.
Reply from Poplar Cottage Bed & Breakfast at 15 May 2016
Hi David thank you very much for your review. John & I are always happy when we know our guests have enjoyed themselves. Please give us a call soon if you would like a room for next year.
Kind regards Lyn & John
SO 796490 52.13967 -2.29917
M5 J7 follow signs to Malvern on A449, when you reach Newland, take right turn marked Leigh Sinton. Poplar Cottage is situated 500 metres on l/h side 100 metres before the Swan Inn on r/h side.
By Public Transport:
No 44 Bus from outside Malvern link Railway station on Worcester Road. travel 1.5 miles alighting in Newland. Poplar Cottage on r/h side.
- Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
- Lounge for residents' use
- Laundry/valet service
- Ironing facilities
- Private parking
- Central heating
- Electric shaver points
- Television available
- Cycles for hire
- Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
- Vegetarian diet available
- WiFi or internet access
- DVD player
- CD player
- Evening meals
- Real log/coal fires