Dates: Friday, 26th January to Monday, 29th January 2024 Autumn Price: £400 per person, 3 nights accommodation, dinner, bed and breakfast. Single rooms available at additional cost. Discounted places and help with costs of travel are available so please ask. Are you visually impaired and would love to explore the beauty of the town of Malvern nestling at the foot of the Malvern Hills? Malvern is rich in history from its mediaeval Priory to the Victorian heritage around the famous water cure and Malvern water. You will stay in the Mount Pleasant Hotel, a Georgian hotel in the heart of the town with the opportunity to browse shops, explore the Medieval Priory and walk directly up on to the Malvern Hills. You will dine at the Mulberry Tree restaurant and you can enjoy evenings at the licensed bar.
The experience includes:
3 nights dinner, bed and breakfast in The Georgian Mount Pleasant Hotel. Accommodation on a twin sharing basis. All rooms have ensuite facilities.
Packed lunches Saturday and Sunday
Tickets to tribute band Tina Turner on Saturday night in the hotel.
The provision of one-to-one guides throughout the weekend.
Transport from Great Malvern, the local railway station: you will be met off your train and driven the short distance to the Mount Pleasant.
Guide dogs are welcome. Dog beds will be provided in the rooms and help to spend the dogs available as necessary.
Arrive around 4.00 pm.
Check into your room and orientation by one of the Sense Adventures guides.
Gather in the lounge area for tea and biscuits, cost included.
Evening meal in Hotel’s Mulberry Tree restaurant. and socialising with guides as you require.
After a nourishing breakfast we spend the day on the Malvern Hills. Moderate difficulty walk with guides.
Evening meal at the Mulberry Tree restaurant.
Tribute Tina Turner band in hotel
Enjoy a short walk on the Malvern Hills accompanied by guides on one-to-one basis.
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