Nestled upon the lush greenery of Northern Wales within seven minutes' drive of central Conwy, the historic Groes Inn offers tranquil accommodation aside award-winning dining and a popular pub.
Choose from fourteen varied rooms at The Groes Inn, including flat screen televisions, cosy linens and Temple Spa toiletries. There is also a luxurious log cabin and charming cottage available, fully-equipped with lavish decor, self-catering kitchens, hot tubs and fireplaces.
Hotel features comprise free Wi-Fi, parking and dog-friendly accommodations.
Dine on-site for full menu fare in the restaurant, conservatory and bar serving an extensive menu, local ales, wines and even a special beer for your dog.
Less than forty minutes' drive reaches nearby favourites like Snowdonia National Park, Surf Snowdonia, Conwy Golf Club, Bodnant Gardens, the Ornamental Lake Walk path (and several other walking, cycling and hiking paths), and Snowdonia Riding Stables.
The surroundings are outstanding with awe-inspiring views and the ambience on-site is serene. Excellent for dog lovers, with comfortable dog-friendly spaces such as the pub where Fido can join you for a drink and get some special beer and biscuits himself! The meals are lovely with plenty of vegetarian choices the menus, and food is served hot and fresh. Outdoor seating is a must-try if you get the chance.
Large, comfortable beds, refreshing toiletries, spacious bathrooms and glorious views of the countryside are the rule here. Balconies and patios are favourite spots to enjoy the scenery with a choice of in-room beverages. Showers are superb with plenty of hot water and excellent water pressure. Mountain-facing hot tub soaks are the best way to finish the evening here!Cosy RoomsLarge, comfortable beds, refreshing toiletries, spacious bathrooms and glorious views of the countryside are the rule here. Balconies and patios are favourite spots to enjoy the scenery with a choice of well-supplied in-room beverages. Showers are superb with plenty of hot water and excellent water pressure. Mountain-facing hot tub soaks are the best way to finish the evening here!
Warm, welcoming and efficient, this team goes above and beyond from arrival to departure.
Could Use a Refurb
Although the provisions are intentionally rustic in many ways, some may feel the "shabby" is overriding the "chic" in certain areas. Furniture is in disrepair, some doors don't close properly, windows need a good cleaning and cobwebs may have been overlooked in corners. A lick of fresh paint would do wonders in some rooms.
No Phone or TV
Although you may get a few channels and intermittent service, some found their mobile phones did not work at all in some areas and they were unable to watch their favourite programs.
Overpriced for the Provisions
The food and accommodations may not live up to your expectations. Meal portions are small by some standards and an upgrade is in order before others view the venue as a true five star. Others were smitten with both and couldn't rate them high enough, however.
Computer with Internet
WiFi in public areas
Late check out
Hand sanitizer provided
New safety protocols
Balcony (upon inquiry)
Arrival / Departure
Check in: 15:00
Check out: 11:00
Llanrwst Road , LL32 8TN , Conwy , United Kingdom Telephone: +44(1492)650545 | Fax: +44(1492)650855 | Official Homepage