A Traditional Breakfast
Start the day with breakfast served in our Lakeland green-stone slate Dining Room. Fresh table clothes, shinning silver and fine china set the table for you to experience a truly Cumbrian breakfast.
Paul prepares home made jams, marmalade fresh bread and a tasty tomato sauce to accompany
the freshly cooked locally sourced produce.
To start your breakfast choose from a selection of fruit juices, cereals, fresh fruit & yoghurt on the buffet table.
For your cooked breakfast we offer:
Two rashers of locally-cured bacon, griddled and served with
Our very own vegetarian breakfast of homemade bean & potato fritter, holumi cheese, fried egg, tomato, mushrooms, fried bread & Vegetarian black pudding
Poached or Scrambled Eggs
Free-range eggs from Bannerigg farm in Windermere, served on granary or white toast, keep it simple or add on the side your favourite breakfast items from our Cumbrian breakfast.
Local eggs, tomatoes and tasty flat mushrooms, topped with fried bread, all cooked in vegetable oil.
Boiled Eggs with soldiers
(for the young at heart)
Served plain or with chesses or your favourtie item from our cumbrian breakfast .
Manx kippers, freshly grilled and topped with butter.
Mushrooms on Toast
Cooked with coarse grain Cumberland Mustard and finished with cream
Cheese on Toast
Mild Cheddar Cheese grilled on brown or white toast
Breakfast is served with granary and white toast from an Ambleside family-run bakery, topped with traditionally made butter from Howberry Farm, Carlisle.
To compliment your breakfast, the buffet table also has Paul's home-made bread, along with home-made jams and marmalade.
To complete your breakfast we offer a choice of Lakeland tea or a cafetiere of Westmorland-blend coffee, blended and roasted by Farrer's in Kendal. Coffee is served with cream or milk. Lemon is available for tea. Decaffeinated tea and coffee and fruit teas are available.
We also have available gluten free cereal, sausage & bread ~ but we do need to know in advance that you require these items
~ Read more about our locally source produce in our 'green tourism' policy ~
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