Carrog, near Corwen
Call: 01490 430272

The Grouse Inn, Carrog

The pub on the River Dee with a view like few others

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A warm welcome or, Croeso, as we say in North Wales. Staff have been welcoming locals and visitors to The Grouse Inn since the 19th century, before which it was a farmhouse. Open all year round, and with our own sizeable car park, we serve locals, hikers, cyclists, dog walkers, tourists and campers alike.

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Stunning views - The surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is breathtaking, and The Grouse Inn overlooks an ancient stone bridge of five arches, spanning the River Dee. Built in 1660, the bridge connects Carrog's caravan site and railway station to the farming and village community.

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Home-cooked food - We offer traditional pub fare, from curries and stews to full Sunday lunches. Well known favourites include fish & chips, gammon steak and whole grilled trout, and we have an in-depth understanding of lactose and gluten free catering. We don’t do ‘posh’ food, just great food cooked with care.

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Cask ales - As an independent licensee of JW Lees, we stock a range of beers and lagers, but since cask ales are the life blood of a company that's brewed beer since 1828, we’re sure to have something to suit your taste. Try a bottle of our legendary Harvest Ale, or the zesty, amber Dragon’s Fire, an all-malt cask ale.

Pub food near the steam railway station in Carrog, between Llangollen and Corwen