The Groes Inn
The Groes Inn is an independent hotel and restaurant with rustic soul by the bucket-load. Overlooking the lush Conwy Estuary, the country-cosy Inn is blessed with stunning views, award-winning dining and a well-groomed bar. Bringing the ‘traditional coaching inn’ bang-up-to-date, The Groes’ handsome bedrooms are kitted out with all the mod cons. Awarded AA Pub of the Year, it’s just the kind of place you’ll be looking for after a hard day on the greens!
There’s a bevy of challenging golf courses within 20 minutes’ drive of the Inn: Conwy, Llandudno Maesdu, Penmaenmawr and Betws y Coed to name a few. Many, many more are also within easy reach. The team at the Inn are very knowledgeable and are on-hand to recommend the best courses, co-ordinate tee times and offer exclusive green fees.
Rooms at The Groes Inn are particularly spacious, allowing for goliath-sized beds. All room types are twin-able too so there’s extra flexibility for golfing groups. There are 14 individually styled bedrooms at the Inn itself, as well as a self-catering cottage in the heart of Conwy (Fourteen) and a log cabin (High Cabin) nearby. Wherever you choose, you can rest assured that your accommodation will have all the home comforts you love including:
- Flat screen TV
- Tea, coffee and biscuits
- Temple Spa toiletries
- En-suite facilities
Handsome views are also well and truly on the menu at the Inn and High Cabin. Well-behaved hounds are welcome in selected bedrooms; please let them know when booking. With that in mind, to get the very best prices you should book direct. Discounts are available all year round when staying two or more nights and special last minute rates are occasionally on offer – call to find out more!
Dining at The Groes Inn is a hearty affair. If you like real ales, real food and real hospitality, you’ll not be disappointed. The menus change monthly to reflect what’s good and fresh, so there are always some new tastes to discover. The Groes Inn has held an AA Rosette for over 10 years and the great-to-eat treats are to thank for their latest accolade too – ‘AA Pub of the Year 2013/14′.