Grade II listed the Cross Foxes may be, but what an interior! It’s true that traditional Welsh materials like slate and stone are used in the design, but the effect is light years from being Welsh Traditional. In the impressive bar you’ll find regional real ales and ciders, and in the café a multiplicity of teas (including one from Wales), fresh coffees and finger sandwiches; here they also serve a traditional Welsh cream tea and a champagne afternoon tea. A meal in The Grill dining room might be potted Welsh cockles with laver-bread; Betws-y-Coed venison goulash; and cheesecake of the day. Gaze at Cader Idris from the large decked area.