Foodies, rejoice! Our favourite haunt in Snowdonia, the Groes Inn in the heart of the Conwy Valley has finally opened all day, which means that from the hours of 12 noon to 9pm, it’s a foodie’s paradise.
This, alongside the news that the Groes Inn was mentioned within the Michelin Pubs Guide 2017 means that the Groes Inn is now once again the definitive place to be in North Wales for those after a top quality dining experience that’s worth talking about for days, weeks, and even months to come.
With a series of new menus, the Groes Inn seems to have something for all styles- whether you’re after an ultra-formal (or about as formal as the Groes Inn gets- excellent, cosy and intimate surroundings, attentive service, but no ties, no shoes and absolutely no pretentiousness) in their beautiful, light and airy dining room or their beautiful vine-encrusted conservatory, or even within their beautiful Welsh pub (where your dog is very welcome!), the Groes Inn can provide you with exactly what you’re looking for in a meal. Excellent quality and a wealth of dining options to suit whichever situation you find yourself in. Wonderful!
Our only gripe about the Groes Inn throughout recent years has been their opening hours. While the Groes Inn has always provided excellent food, the opening hours have been a little strange. It’s quite difficult after all to go out in a large group and expect to be finished within a matter of two hours.
While indeed service at the Groes Inn certainly isn’t slow, and while we have went over their opening hours, the staff have always been kind enough to not mention it, we’ve always struggled to understand just how a large group of diners is expected to have starters, mains, drinks, and of course a pudding without feeling in a school cafeteria.
It’s excellent news to find that the Groes Inn has finally addressed the opening hours, and we can’t wait to give this handsome restaurant in Conwy another visit.