When it comes to the search for the best hotel in Conwy to stay at, you’d have to find a real gem to compete with the Groes Inn – which is widely regarded as a diamond in the rough to both visitors to the region as well as the locals. This historic (and listed) building is (believe it or not!) the very first licensed inn in Wales, and to this day provides a pleasant, cosy, and ever so friendly country atmosphere which simply cannot be replicated. Many have tried, but the original is of course the best, and the Groes Inn Hotel in Conwy is so full of country cosy charm, it truly feels like taking a step back in time in all of the best ways.
Take the bar for instance. The bar in the Groes Inn Hotel in Conwy is the original building – which hasn’t changed a bit structurally since the days of the Tudors when it was first constructed, bringing to mind all sorts of memories of the days of horse drawn carriages, highwaymen and bandits.
Nowadays, there’s absolutely no chance of ever being accosted when you come to the Groes Inn for a drink or a stay – instead the service at the Groes Inn is considered far above what you would expect to find anywhere else. The Groes Inn state that customer service is at the heart of everything they do – and such a (overused) claim is very believable with this country hotel in Conwy. Good service shines through in absolutely everything. So much so in fact that the hotel attracts locals as well as tourists – the Groes Inn restaurant in Conwy attracts food-loving locals all year around, which flock to the Groes in droves for fairly priced, but exceptional (and very hearty) food.
The Hotel is actually an extension to the original building, and has been very sympathetically designed in order to provide modern rooms which is completely in keeping with the inn – but jam packed full of luxury extras which we’re sure you’ll enjoy. Following renovation, the Groes Inn Hotel in Conwy is open in 2018 from May.