The oldest licensed pub in Wales, The Groes Inn is a owned by the JW Lees family, and is a traditional Inn perfectly nestled between the beautiful Conwy estuary and the stunning Tal Y Fan mountain. It offers panoramic views combined with a warm cosy welcome, fresh seasonal food and a great range of quality ales and wines. The perfect place to relax and unwind in Wales. We’re dog friendly at The Groes Inn, because your best friend deserves a holiday too. The Groes Inn is all about the food. We have two dining areas: a handsome restaurant with a bright, airy conservatory, and a heart-warming, snug and welcoming pub with cosy log fires. Our menus feature a range of freshly prepared seasonal dishes that have been made using fine, locally sourced ingredients.
Stay at The Groes Inn
Hospitality is at the heart of everything we do and we want you to feel welcome and at home from the moment you arrive. With 4 brand new bedrooms to add to the collection, our rooms come with all the home comforts you’ll need and are perfect for a cosy stay in Conwy.
Well-behaved hounds of all shapes and all sizes with their respective owners will receive a warm welcome at the Groes Inn, in selected bedrooms, as we are a dog friendly hotel, and pride ourselves on such. You’ll undoubtedly find yourself spoilt for choice when you start to consider walking trails in the area; there are endless hikes and walks for dog-lovers. Please let us know in advance if you’re bringing your four-legged friend to stay in our fantastic hotel in Conwy. (Charges can apply for bringing any dogs on holiday.)
Throughout this website you will find many restaurants that offer the highest levels of not only hospitality and customer service, but the best food in that area, and where possible the highest quality of locally sourced produce. I say all that, because one of the many restaurants were proud to have on this site and featured within our books is The Groes Inn. Together with myhead designer Gordon, we booked a table and despite the restaurant being very busy with Xmas bookings they managed to fit us in. The Groes is situated within the rolling hills of the Conwy Valley and being just a short drive away from Conwy, it is easily accessible.When we arrived we were pleasantly greeted by the staff and the smell of an open fire wafted through the place which really made us feel right at home. We ordered just a main each as it was lunchtime and after our drinks the food came fairly quickly, which is great, as for those who only have an our for lunch, The Groes definitely can be an option. Gordon ordered the traditional dish of 'Sausages and Mash' whereas I couldn't resist the seaside favourite of 'Fish & Chips' I don't need to go into particular detail about each dish in this particular review as you are all very familiar with both these dishes.Upon asking Gordon for his personal opinion, we were both unanimous, and there was no doubt that the food was exactly what we were led to expect. The dishes were not only thoroughly tasty but presented well, and as if that wasn't enough, upon a closer look at the menu, I found it to be great value for money, which in today's present climate is another thing we take into consideration upon choosing where we choose to eat.Plenty of car parking space is available, the reason being, The Groes doesn't just have a very popular restaurant, but also has a very high standard of bedrooms available. There are not many hotels that we feature both the accommodation and the restaurant together, that should give you all the hints you need to why you should pay a visit to The Groes Inn very soon.
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