Groes Inn

Historic Inn in Conwy, Gwynedd

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Tyn y Groes
LL32 8TN

Groes Inn, Conwy

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Accommodation Description:

Set in the beautiful North Wales countryside The Groes Inn is a wonderful example of a traditional British Inn. 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. With fourteen luxurious bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant The Groes Inn is the perfect place to visit for a week a weekend a special night away or simply a meal and a drink.

 5 star rating

From: £131.10

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Conwy Town Walls - 2.3 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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