Malvern St. James
Malvern St. James Girlsí School is one of Englandís leading independent schools. The site has been a school since 1919 but was originally opened in 1862 as The Imperial Hotel, one of the grandest and most luxurious hotels in Worcestershire.
Located in a beautiful 19th century spa town at the foot of the Malvern Hills, the school enjoys a picturesque setting and is the perfect venue for functions, residential courses, events and conferences.
Conveniently situated for local amenities, the proximity to the M5 and direct rail links to London and the Midlands make Malvern St. James an ideal central location. Great Malvern station is directly opposite the school and is a superb example of Victorian railway architecture.
Malvern St. James is an imposing building in the continental Gothic style. Built of red brick with stone dressing, it has a French hipped roof with dormer windows and carved foliage sills and stone balconies adorning the lower levels. Above the doorway is a three-story oriel and to one side an impressive tower contains a fine iron-balustraded staircase.