Eating Out, Accommodation, Hotels in Blaenau Ffestiniog
The Grapes Hotel
“Amid a rushing mountain stream, a giant boulder stands, bright gems of mica o’er it gleam.” R.Archer.
Time spent at The Grapes Hotel in the village of Marentwrog, is like taking a step back in time to the glorious Georgian period. Grade II Listed, the handsome village Inn, retains its captivating Georgian character, as one of the oldest, and most famous coaching inns in Wales. The cosy glow of log fires creates an inviting atmosphere, in this picturesque hotel, situated right at the heart of Snowdonia. Award winning, this timeless jewel has not just a dynamic history, but is renowned for its seasonal home cooked, and totally scrummy food. Why not stay awhile in one of the charming en-suite rooms, or a traditional Welsh cottage. Recently refurbished, rooms are original and spacious, with modern day comfort.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The answer to the above question is a resounding “Yes!” when it comes to the fabulous food served, at The Grapes Hotel, Bar and Restaurant in Maentwrog, Blaenau Ffestiniog. A little bit like the way fans will follow their favourite rock star, Chef Mair also has a following of hungry fans. It’s not hard to see why when you taste the flavourful food: locally sourced, seasonal and freshly prepared every day. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, and there’s a busy, happy vibe throughout, provided by a dedicated and enthusiastic team. Enjoy the view and choose from a selection of real ales from the well stocked bar, you may well become a fan too!
It was the owners at the Queens Hotel that highly recommended ‘It’s a small world’ to me and boy am I glad they did. Having travelled the lengths and breadths of the British Isles and Ireland to bring you the very best attractions, as much as it’s great