The Groes Inn, near Conwy, in beautiful North Wales, is offering a sizzlingly good summer break to celebrate being named Good Pub Guide’s 2009 Inn of the Year.
Customers booking for a 2 night break in July, August or September will be entitled to the very special Summer Break rates, for this year only.
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast:
Standard Room £150; Balcony Room £170; Deluxe Room £200.
Prices are per room, per night, based on two people sharing, and include dinner in the bar or dining room to a value of £30 per person.
The Groes Inn has a remarkable history dating back to the fifteenth century. In 1573 it became the first licensed house in all of Wales and to this day it retains many of its original features and charm.
Guests this summer will enjoy beautiful rooms that perfectly blend the features of the 16th century inn with the requirements of a modern guest; the old world charm of the traditional bar; fabulous dining in a stylish restaurant; and a brand of Welsh hospitality that will ensure a wonderful stay.
As well as claiming the Inn of the Year title, the Groes also scooped Welsh Dining Inn of the Year, making Dinner, Bed and Breakfast in this beautiful old Inn an irresistible summer treat.
The Groes Inn Proprietor, Justin Humphreys, said:
“We are very proud of our ‘Best Inn’ status so it is essential that we continue to prove that we do offer the best - the best rooms, the best dining, the best service, and the best offers. Our summer offer represents excellent value. Not only will visitors enjoy an award-wining accommodation and dining experience but also they will find themselves in one of the most beautiful parts of the country at one of the most beautiful times of the year, with easy access to everything that North Wales has to offer - walks, beaches, history, mountains. We can guarantee our customers a wonderful stay.”
To book visit http://www.groesinn.com or call 01492 650545.
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About The Groes Inn
The Groes Inn was originally a small two-storey house of fifteenth century construction. As the inn flourished in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries it was modernised and extended, being re-roofed in the eighteenth century. The interior contains some sixteenth or seventeenth century timbers and walls may be of sixteenth century origin.
Over the centuries The Groes Inn has been used as a commercial inn for business and court transactions. It continued to be known as the ‘Commercial Inn’ at Groesynyd in the nineteenth century when the Hon. Arthur Charles, fourth Duke of Wellington, grandson of the Iron Duke, witnessed the purchase of the inn in 1889, an event commemorated by the Wellington Room upstairs at the present Groes Inn. The actual deeds signed by Wellington can be found at the top of the stairs.
At the turn of the twentieth century the house on the right next to the inn was pulled down which gave further opportunity for expansion. A further road improvement with the widening of the road from Conwy through Tyn-y-groes (B5106) during the 1930’s gave the Groes Inn its present location in the Welsh countryside and its historic setting.
It is now managed by the Humphreys family, and The Groes was recently named
Britain’s Inn of the Year, and Wales’ National Dining Pub of the Year in the Good Pub Guide 2009.
The Groes Inn
Nr Conwy, North Wales LL32 8TN
Tel 01492 650545
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