Ellerslie - Malvern and the surrounding area

Ellerslie itself is just a short 6 minute walk from the main town centre, yet manages to feel a world away with owners' apartments proudly framed by the beautiful and spacious green grounds of the village. Ellerslie is a welcome new development in Malvern and promises Audley owners stunning views, some completely unrestricted.

Steeped in history

The Ellerslie mansions were built in 1855 and are situated in the historic spa town of Great Malvern. Once a water cure establishment of Doctor Edward and Walter Johnson, they were visited by key figures such as Charles Darwin and Florence Nightingale.

These splendid buildings later became a preparatory school for girls in the 1920s before becoming part of the prestigious Malvern College.

The main house (due for completion in September 2018) - Lind House - is named after the famous Jenny Lind, the 'Swedish Nightingale' whose last public appearance in 1883 and final resting place is right here in Malvern.

Charming Great Malvern

Great Malvern is home to an array of cafes and restaurants, as well as bookshops, antique dealers and fashion boutiques. The Malvern lifestyle also attracts artists and craftspeople who exhibit their wares in its shops, galleries and markets.

Malvern Theatres is well known up and down the country for it's premier showcases, with guests travelling from miles around to visit.

The Three Choirs Vinyard offers a splendid afternoon out, then there's the Morgan Factory Tours and it's on-site museum for those with a passion for exciting sports cars. And of course the beautiful spa town of Malvern wouldn't be such without The Malvern Spa bringing to life 200 years of spa history.

If you’re looking to go further afield, Great Malvern offers two train stations for quick and easy access to the vibrant cities of Birmingham and Hereford. And of course, owners at Ellerslie benefit from the executive Audley minibus for local travel and days out.

Dramatic hills, natural beauty

The Malvern Hills are famed for their landscape, therapeutic spring water and musical and literary connections. They have also been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) – and it’s easy to see why. A 40-minute walk from Audley Ellerslie to the Worcestershire Beacon provides the perfect vantage point for some of England’s grandest views – eastwards towards the Cotswolds, northwards towards Shropshire and westwards towards the mountains of Wales. The Hills are also a ramblers’ paradise, providing ideal walking conditions for all abilities.

Apartments at Ellerslie offer stunning views, many unrestricted.

Audley Ellerslie Retirement Village