This family run restaurant overlooks the beautiful Conwy Estuary, giving you some incredible views while you dine. It was once an old coaching inn, and aside from some fabulous décor and all the modern conveniences we’ve come to take for granted, it hasn’t changed all that much over the centuries.
It a warm and welcoming local pub with some award-winning food – some seriously fine dining. The restaurant itself is a rustic hideaway – the perfect place to relax and refuel after a day spent in the hills – offering up hearty meals and local real ales.
The restaurant, which has held an AA rosette for a number of years, can offer all of the traditional favourites, as well as some more interesting fare, such as venison sausages with kale colcannon and Welsh lamb cutlets with dauphinoise potato, wilted spinach and a redcurrant and rosemary gravy. Finish it off with some of their famous, homemade ice cream, and you’ll be fully satisfied.
The Groes Inn is located between Llangelynin and Henryd, Conwy. Follow the Llanwrst Road (B5106) and the Inn is located just off there.
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