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The Mount
Mount Road
Tettenhall Wood

Wolverhampton
West Midlands

WV6 8HL | View map

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Set on the edge of Tettenhall Wood, on the outskirts of Wolverhampton lies this graceful country house built in 1865. It offers a refreshing blend of modern technology with tradition, character and style. The Mount Hotel and Conference Centre is somewhere very special with a wealth of character and charm. It is set within 4 acres of listed manicured gardens and ornamental woodland. Within easy reach of the M54, M6, M6 Toll and M5 motorways, the hotel is ideally located for business and pleasure.

Extended in 1891 the house retains many of its original features including the rosewood panelled Great Hall and elegant staircase and has recently benefited from the addition of a state of the art conference centre. The Mount Hotel is the ideal venue for conferences, meetings, weddings and special events. It boasts 15 conference rooms ideal for events from 1-to-1 interviews or conferences for up to 200 delegates. Overnight accommodation comprises 68 thoughtfully equipped en suite bedrooms. The hotel is the perfect setting for weddings and we have several rooms licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships.

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Number of Rooms: 67
Number Ensuite: 67
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Name: Manders
Cuisine: English / Continental

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