The Grouse Inn
“ There is no love more sincere than the love of food” George B. Shaw.
The Grouse inn, built in the 19th Century is a delightful place to visit not just for the flavoursome, luscious food, but also for its views of the magnificent bridge, built in 1660, with its five arches stretching out across the River Dee, and the glorious Berwyn mountain range like a vast green backdrop. Settled between Llangollen and Corwen just off the A5 in an area of outstanding beauty, the welcome is as warm as the aroma is appetising. Starters include a lovely homemade soup with crusty bread, melt in the mouth chicken goujons, for your main meal choose from succulentsteak, gammon, chicken and leek pie, vegetarian and vegan, lots of choice for kids or sandwiches and simple light bites, all dietary requirements catered for.
Corwen, Denbighshire , LL21 9AT
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