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Welcome to The Mount Hotel

Address: Mount Road, Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, WV6 8HL

Hotel Description

Set in 4 acres of gardens and ornamental woodland, The Mount offers free parking and easy access to major road networks. Located in Tettenhall Wood, The Mount provides elegant rooms with original features and offers free high-speed Wi-Fi. Built in 1865, The Mount Hotel is a Grade II Listed manor house with many original features, including the wood-panelled main hall and elegant staircase. The Mount Hotel offers rooms with en suite facilities, a 32-inch flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. There is 24-hour room service, and some rooms are located in the old converted stables. The AA Rosette awarded restaurant overlooks the beautiful gardens and contemporary grill food is served in the Bar & Grill. Situated in Wolverhampton, The Mount is within easy reach of the Molineux Stadium. Wolverhampton Racecourse is 10 minutes drive away and Wightwick Manor is just 1 mile away.

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City of Wolverhampton College - University

City of Wolverhampton College - University

Distance 1.24 miles (1.98 km)
City of Wolverhampton College is located across three campuses: Wellington Road, Paget Road and Metro One at Wolverhampton. The transformation of the City of Wolverhampton College is designed to support service industries including Retail, Leisure & Tourism, Hospitality & Catering, and Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy. The College offers an extensive range of courses, which allows students to study full-time or part-time and awards GCSE, GCE AS & A2 Courses, NVQs, BTEC Nationals and Higher Level & Degrees.

Wolverhampton Racecourse - Dunstall Park - Racecourse

Wolverhampton Racecourse - Dunstall Park - Racecourse

Distance 2.36 miles (3.77 km)
Wolverhampton is Britain's only floodlit horse race track where you can experience the thrill of evening racing throughout the year. We also offer numerous afternoon fixtures, so whether you are wishing to celebrate, take corporate hospitality or enjoy a sporting day out, come to Wolverhampton's brightest business and leisure venue. Christmas is a popular time at Dunstall Park, and we have a range of suites to suit private parties. New Year's Eve is always popular. With a choice carvery menu to start the night off, live music and a disco to follow, it represents superb value.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club - Football Club

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.37 miles (3.8 km)
Molineux has been completely rebuilt in recent years , with the oldest stand, then called the John Ireland Stand (since renamed the Steve Bull Stand) being opened in 1979. Three other stands were then built in the early 1990's with the Jack Harris Stand the last to be completed in December 1993. The stadium itself is superb and is made up of four separate stands, complete with a couple of posh video screens in two corners, which show the game as it is being played. Both ends are large single tiered stands (one of which the Stan Cullis Stand has a small clock perched on its roof), whilst both sides are two tiered with a row of executive boxes along the middle.

Wolverhampton Centre - Town Centre

Wolverhampton Centre - Town Centre

Distance 2.41 miles (3.86 km)
Wolverhampton, one of the most welcoming and friendly places in Britain is a new city for the new millennium, and always has something to see and do. There is a compact shopping area, much of which is under cover, a lively outdoor and indoor market with cafes, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets and plenty of green space such as West Park with its Victorian Conservatory. St Peter's Church stands in pleasant gardens steeped in history while St John's Church, possesses an original Renatus Harris organ, built circa 1633. Wolverhampton Art Gallery offers a wide variety of exhibitions. Wolverhampton is also the gateway to superb Shropshire and Staffordshire countryside which provide a wealth of interesting places to visit.