What's On at the Groes Inn

St.David's Day

12:00PM - 11.00PM

Celebrate St. David's Day in stunning technicolour. March 1st is one of the most colourful days of the year here in Wales. You'll find bright yellow daffodils, green leeks and vibrant traditional dress. Join the festivities and discover the wondrous legend of St. David in true Welsh style.


12:00PM - 11.00PM

Try our new seasonal ale!
Rock 'N' Roll Star is a proper pint with a flavour that doesn't pull punches. Plenty of blackcurrant and loganberry aromas with full bodied, spicy bitter flavours and rich undertones. This outstanding bitter hits all the right rock 'n' roll chords.

Fri 1st -
Tue 30th
British Pie Week

12:00PM - 9.00PM

As a fully fledged nation of pie lovers, it is a great reason to celebrate a classic British tradition. We can't argue with the principle: a whole week eating British pies and a whole week promoting British pies.
Join us throughout this week for some wonderful pies. Book your table today!

Mon 4th -
Sun 10th
Shrove Tuesday

12:00PM - 11.00PM

Happy Pancake Day! Did you know that the Groes was the first in Britain to celebrate Pancake Day. Back then, we called it Dydd Mawrth Ynyd after a local saint - and we might have played a few tricks on passers by back then. ...Maybe.
Come along and sample our Chef's fantastic pancakes with a choice of different fillings.


12:00PM - 9.00PM

National Butcher's Week promotes the work of the traditional butcher.
Come and enjoy our selection of British "Riding Reserve" steaks, cooked to your liking by our team of fantastic chefs.
Choose from ; 10oz Ribeye Steak, 8oz Sirloin Steak & our fantastic 10oz Gammon steak

Mon 11th -
Sun 17th
Red Nose Day

12:00PM - 11.00PM

Red Nose Day is back on Friday 15th March which helps make the world a better place.
Last year red nose day raised £82,154,943
Our teams will be wearing red noses for a great charitable cause.
Come along and see what we're getting up too in aid of charity.

St. Patrick’s Day

12:00PM - 11.00PM

Did you know Guinness will be enjoyed in 150 countries on St. Patrick’s day?
“Guinness has been enjoyed at every St. Patrick’s Day since Arthur Guinness set up his brewery in 1759.” Let's keep up the tradition, Guinness is now being served.

Mothering Sunday

12:00PM - 11.00PM

Our wonderful dining area and beautiful conservatory are airy and bright to enjoy our traditional Sunday menu on Mother's Day.
Book your table now to avoid disappointment.


Opening Hours

  • Monday to Sunday, 11am - 11pm

Food Service Hours

  • Monday to Sunday, 12 - 9pm
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