Malvern Hall is a 17th century stately home, built by Humphrey Greswold. It was remodelled and wings were added in 1784 by Sir John Soane. The Hall is a beautiful listed building with cement rendered walls, chamfered cornerstones and sash windows with glazing bars and a stone roof balustrade. The entrance is a beautiful segmental bowed Ionic portico. To the rear of the building is an ornamental terrace and steps with stone balustrade. This beautiful building forms a wonderful setting; the interior retains Soane’s Hall and staircase and has been used as a backdrop to a fashion shoot.