Hotel in Wolverhampton
The Ely House Hotel is superbly positioned close to the city centre. A perfect place to meet, enjoy fulfilling short breaks with a difference in the West Midlands, or to enjoy fine hospitality and cuisine in a tranquil setting with extensive private car parking. Great value Wolverhampton hotels rarely come better!!
Built in 1742 and Grade II listed building. A converted girls school with a great history, subsequently tastefully and sympathetically transformed into an outstanding hotel with a real ‘home from home’ environment, rewarded with the Quality hotel award by the City Council in 2007 and listing in the Good Hotel Guide amongst our other achievements including Black Country Hotel & Tourism Gold Award in 2008.
Its interior has retained much of its traditional period charm with ornate wood panelling and even the hooks from the old school gym. Relax in our elegant lounge and restaurant. Enjoy the peace and quiet, and reminisce of bygone years in extensive, well-appointed facilities full of charm and character.
Ideally located not far from the M6 motorway at junction 10. 30 minutes by rail link to Birmingham and the NEC, 1 mile from Wolverhampton railway station, and close to Molineux Stadium, Civic Hall and Dunstall Racecourse. An ideal touring base for the West Midlands and The Black Country, a wonderful venue for weekend and short leisure, romantic and sporting breaks in Wolverhampton, or perfect as a relaxing overnight stop for business and leisure travel alike.
Recently upgraded, our delightful, homely public rooms are now of a very high 3 star standard - what you would expect of a ‘Hotel of Distinction’. Our upgraded bedrooms each have individual style and quality, from large 4 poster room to standard single, double and twin rooms. Ely House Hotel is the ideal venue for small conferences, meetings, weddings and special events.
||Ely House Hotel
53 Tettenhall Road
West Midlands, WV3 9NB
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This page was last updated: 01 July 2010