Information about Parking in Malvern
Choose your Malvern parking space from our range of options. For stress-free parking, park with us!
Malvern, a spa town and municipal parish that sits in Worcestershire, lies at the foot of a selected area of outstanding natural beauty. During the second world war, the town was an elected location for the British government in case of an immediate evacuation from London. The town itself hails from mainly Victorian roots, yet has Iron and Bronze Age origins, with the Priory Church and surroundings being the oldest part of the town, established in 1085.
Malvern has been linked for decades with its famous Malvern spring water and the therapeutic qualities attributed to it. Malvern water is natural spring water that runs from the Malvern Hills, bordering the Herefordshire and Worcestershire counties. Malvern was converted into a water cure town due to the Georgian and Victorian desire of using the water in a leisurely capacity. In 1845 the very first water cure house was constructed by Gully and Wilson, tWo doctors from Austria. Despite the discontinuation of the water cure in Malvern, an array of the striking former structures are still functional today as public buildings.
Malvern’s popularity didn’t decline, even after the deterioration of the water cure, and today the bustling beautiful town of Malvern provides a peek at Victorian history through the buildings, countryside and still in use gas lamps. It has become an exciting destination for shopping and reigns in popularity due to its setting in the hillside.
Looking for a parking space close to the Malvern Hills near Malvern? YourParkingSpace can help. We provide a simple online platform for reserving a parking space in advance. Long-term and short-term off street parking options include driveways and lock-up garages, all within easy reach of Malvern.
Earn money from your parking space in or near Malvern
List your space for free within 2 minutes
Join 5 other space owners in this area
Rent out your driveway, parking space or garage
Your first £1,000 each year is tax-free
You choose when your space is available
Receive automatic monthly payouts
It’s free to join and only takes 2-3 minutes to register. List your space and start earning today!List Your Space
Malvern Parking Statistics
4.5 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Malvern
By YourParkingSpace drivers for Malvern spaces
5 parking spaces
Available for drivers visiting Malvern
Parking in Malvern
There are multiple car parks within Malvern town and in and around the popular Malvern Hills. All car parks have charges all day and night, Monday through Sunday (8am-4pm) and overnight charges from (4pm-8am). The following car parks all vary in prices and have free disabled parking for blue badge holders.
- Edith Walk (WR14 2HH) maximum stay of 2 hours - 126 spaces.
- Belle Vue Terrace (WR14 4PZ) maximum stay of 2 hours - 31 spaces.
- Grange Road North and South (WR14 3HA) maximum stay of 2 hours - 18 and 14 spaces.
- Priory Road North and South (WR14 3DS) maximum stay of up to 24 hours - 49 & 121 spaces.
- Victoria Road (WR14 2TD) maximum stay of up to 24 hours - 69 spaces.
- Council house (WR14 3AF) maximum stay of up to 24 hours - (spaces unknown).
- Geraldine Road (WR14 3NT) maximum stay of 2 hours - (spaces unknown).
- Link top (WR14 1PD) free parking for 2 hours - 21 spaces.
- Newton Road (WR14 1PD) free parking for 2 hours - 10 spaces.
For more information check out the Malvern Hills District Council.
Looking for parking in Malvern? You can also browse the parking options available at YourParkingSpace. Our service is available 24 hours a day. Download our free app and get parking in your pocket!
There is never a dull moment in Malvern with such a variety of activities to partake in, shops to browse and, of course, walks to explore. With a mix of theatre, history and art, you cannot go wrong.
The Great Malvern Priory is a practising Anglican church that has nearly a thousand years of rich history and is one of the superior parish churches in England. The church houses a beautiful stained glass collection, dating from early 15th to the 21st century, has the biggest medieval wall and floor tile assemblage along with 14th and 15th carved misericords. Many music concerts and other events are held in this beautiful church.
The exquisite Priory Park, previously called the Winter Gardens, is overflowing with stunningly mature trees, many of which were planted 150 years previous, at the time where gardens filled with as many exotic trees from all over the world was fashionable. It encompasses a centrally large duck pond including a few bridges. A renovated Victorian bandstand originally built in 1875 is the stage of many Sunday afternoon free performances during the summer months and sits proudly in the grounds.
The most visited and favourite attraction in Malvern is the Malvern Hills that rise soar spectacularly above the plain of the Severn, bordering the counties of both Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Thousands of tourists and visitors come to walk, picnic and bike the prestigious hills with remarkable views across the countryside. The Malvern Hills main walking route along the ridgeline and slopes are relatively steep, however there are still plentiful walks for those who prefer a gentler walk or for disabled individuals who require a wheelchair. All paths and footpaths have clear and direct signs to follow and take in the view, it is a must do on your travels to Malvern.
Malvern has two train stations, Great Malvern and Malvern Link at alternating ends of the town. You can get trains from the following places to Malvern:
- London Paddington (via the Cotswolds line) to Great Malvern direct
- Oxford to Worcester via Malvern
- Birmingham to Hereford via Worcester (stopping at Great Malvern)
- Cheltenham/Gloucester to Great Malvern (direct)
For more information seek the Herefordshire Public Transport
Buses 44B, 338, and 244 are some of the buses that coincide with Malvern and stop in areas within walking distance of many of the attractions.
Malvern lies on the stem route of the A449 from Worcester to Ross on Wye.
From the North use the M5 motorway leaving at Junction 7 and follow all signs to Malvern.
From the South on the M5 motorway leaving at Junction 8 to the M50 motorway via Junction and follow signs to Upton Upon Severn on the A38 road, then B4211 straight to Malvern.
Malvern town centre is a short walk from Great Malvern train station.
Disabled Parking in Malvern
All car parks in and around Malvern have accessibility for those disabled. Any vehicles that plainly exhibit a valid disabled blue badge holder and time clock, displaying the time of arrival, can park in long stay car parks for 3 hours and short stay car parks for 2 hours. If more time is required, then a valid pay and display ticket must be acquired.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Mlavern see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in the area of Malvern. The closest ones to Malvern are:
- Priory Road Carpark (WR14 3DS)
- The Malvern Spa Hotel (WR14 1GD)
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Need a boost before the journey home? Book in advance with YourParkingSpace and remove the stress of finding that elusive charging station.
Overnight, Weekend & Bank Holiday parking in Malvern
All car parks Monday through Sunday including bank holidays require a ticket to be bought and displayed. A charge of £1.50 is for overnight from 4pm to 8am in all paying car parks.
The exception of Geraldine car park where parking is prohibited between 4am-5am throughout the whole week including weekends and bank holidays.
Do you own an empty parking space in Malvern or near The Malvern Hills? Turn your vacant driveway, parking space, or lock-up garage into income with YourParkingSpace. List your space for free in only 2 minutes.
What is Malvern famous for?
Since 1622 Malvern has been famed for its water and the healing properties associated with it. The bottled natural Malvern spring still and sparkling also put the town on the map.
How long does it take to walk the Malvern Hills?
It takes around an average of 3 hours and the route is perfectly marked and is relatively walkable underfoot .
Does Queen Elizabeth drink Malvern water?
The bottled drinking water that originates in the springs of the Malvern Hills has been a staple drink choice of the British Royal family spanning a lengthy period of time. Queen Elizabeth I drank it in the 16th century and Queen Victoria had apparently refused to travel without the water. Sources have said that Queen Elizabeth II herself had Malvern water as her drink of choice and often travelled with it.
Oh no! We're currently having difficulties loading venues near Malvern, please check back later.
Oh no! We're currently having difficulties loading events near Malvern, please check back later.
Oh no! We're currently having difficulties loading travel near Malvern, please check back later.
Latest Malvern parking reviews
5* just for the owners who were lovely enough to let us park here. Old house owner forgot to take space off the listing so be warned this is no longer a parking spaceMegan
Very handy but need to have an approprite sign outside the house.Michael
This is the perfect location. Very easy to find. I would certainly recommend it.Jane
Absolutely brilliant. No hassle for our theatre afternoon.Penny
Great location for Theatre - very easy to find and park. Thank youMaggie
Very good quite easy to find car was untouched after overnight stay and a very good priceWilliam
Ideal parking space, secure and away from the road. Easy to find, having read previous reviews. Didn't meet the owner, but the guy who lived there was very pleasant and helpful. Would park here again.Elaine
Great parking space. Great price.Mark
The parking is ideal and at a great price for a couple of days, but as with other reviews, the directions are not good and the correct location cannot be found online. It is signposted on the street as Charterhouse, on Como Road at the junction with Victoria Road.Janet