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Groes Inn
North Wales

LL32 8TN | View map

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Set in the beautiful North Wales countryside, The Groes is a wonderful example of a traditional British Inn with fourteen luxurious bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant. Blending the warm welcome of a local pub with delicious food, excellent service and a comfortable bed, this historic Inn has been welcoming visitors for over four centuries. Stagecoach passengers who called at The Groes Inn during its time as a Post House would not feel out of place today. Beamed ceilings lead through rambling rooms with interesting nooks and crannies; fine real ales and wines are enjoyed alongside roaring log fires; and the food is plentiful and of excellent quality without straining the purse. Enjoy spending time in this truly family-run Inn, and take in the beauty of the furnishings and decorations - from the stone cats that lounge in the fireplace, to the Innís collection of military hats, Victorian portraits, historic cooking utensils and ancient advertisements. No two parts of The Groes are the same. Guests can take their ease on comfortable sofas or on historic settles, enjoy the scent of flowers while relaxing in the gardens, eat in the light and airy conservatory or dine in the intimacy of the restaurant.

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