We visited Malvern Hills Club site in mid October 2020, having booked for 6 nights. We arrived mid-week and there was a good choice of hard standings (grass pitches were no longer being used). We chose to stay in the higher area overlooking the lower part of the site. This had the advantage of being in good range of the WiFi which we frequently use for restaurant reservations and to plan days out and to make bookings for visits to gardens and properties. The Club website warns that there are issues currently with WiFi but it was generally Ok during our eventual 16 night stay stay - although very slow and difficult to access early/mid morning (when we were looking up places to visit that day) and again mid evening when we wanted to upload photos and email family (presumably when many other people also wanted access). The WiFi here obviously needs upgrading. We enjoyed our first few days in the area so much that we extended our stay by another 7 nights and then later again by another 3 nights. There are a number of National Trust places to visit, as well as the magnificent Malvern Priory. Gardens to visit include Picton gardens. There is an excellent pub (The Swan) about a 15 minute walk away and many other highly rated pubs in the area. We enjoyed some amazing top quality meals. The Malvern Hills are ideal for walkers, although parking is expensive. As always the site was immaculate, clean and tidy, the wardens friendly and helpful. We didn’t use toilet or shower facilities, because of the Covid situation so cannot comment on their condition. Mobile phone signal for O2 was poor and the Tv signal had constant breaks in transmission. We use an omnidirectional ariel and those with adjustable ariels may receive a better signal. Re-tuning several times didn't help.