...to the Tyn-y-Groes Coaching Inn, a riverside location right in the heart of the Coed-y-Brenin Forest on the A470 in Snowdonia National Park. Ideal centre for mountain biking (200 metres away) and for walking the beautiful trails around the Mawddach river.


The Tyn-y-Groes with all its rustic charm serves excellent food utilising Welsh products and serving fine cask ales where everyone from locals to city folk will feel at home with the warm welcome provided by the family and dedicated staff.


Although the name calls it a hotel there is none of the formality normally associated with hotels, its been called a hotel for over 500 years and we are hardly about to break that tradition , as it was built to serve the travelling public in the days of the Royal Mail as a resting point and mail drop point.


Latterly as an wellknown hunting, shooting, fishing lodge for the gentry in the days of yore, now long passed except for the fishing, which is still allowed on the Mawddach, 1.25 miles of permitted angling on the best fishing tract for salmon and sea trout on the whole river.


We are a three star tavern/ coaching inn as classified by the Welsh Tourist Board


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What a brilliant place!

Me and my girlfriend stayed here on ***0 Nov ***0****** for two nights. All i can say is what a brilliant place it is. We told them that we were go...

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 22:11


Great location, great value, will be back!

We stayed for 2 nights at Tyn Y Groes on a very warm & sunny weekend in May. We were met by Derek who showed us to our room after registration. We...

Monday, 28 May 2012 15:07


Can't wait to come again!

Had a really wonderful time, so much to do, such a warm welcome and just can not wait to come back again, cheers Derek!!

Sunday, 29 April 2012 12:44



Rates from - £36.50 per person, per night.

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