Featherstone Farm Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Featherstone Farm, New Road
Wolverhampton
Staffordshire
England
WV10 7NW

Featherstone Farm Hotel, Wolverhampton

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Featherstone Farm Hotel is a small high class country house hotel only one mile from Junction 11 on the M6 or Junction 1 on the M54 but nevertheless set in 5 acres of unspoiled countryside. It offers en suite rooms cooked breakfasts and a good Indian restaurant. Featherstone Farm Hotel is a small converted farm with real original fires in the traditional breakfast room and lounge.

Parts of the farm buildings date back to the 17th century.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00


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