Saturday, January 25, 2014

Breakfast Process at Bed and Breakfasts

Breakfast at a B&B is as varied as the B&B's themselves. That being said, here is how we do breakfast.

Since we consider breakfast to be a highlight of your stay, (Hello, Bed & Breakfast). We start by finding out if any of our guests have food allergies or other dietary restrictions and do our best to accommodate (within reason). Once that is figured out we plan a delicious homemade breakfast that will delight the senses. Ours is a two course, plated affair, all you have to do is show up on time, sit down and be prepared to be pampered and served. Several varieties of juice is at your table and we have unlimited coffee, tea & hot chocolate all available at your request. If you are into cold beverages at breakfast, our beverage cooler is stocked and awaiting your request as well. We take great pride in preparing a delicious, memorable breakfast for each guest.

What time is breakfast? Times vary depending upon how full our inn is. Typically during the week we try to provide a middle ground time which is 8:30. On weekends when we are more full, we generally  have two seating's, one at 8:00 and 9:30. You have the opportunity to select your time, based upon availability, when you check in. It is important that you arrive on time at your selected seating, as we prepare each persons breakfast and have a place set for you. You can opt out of breakfast if you so desire, however, please contact us via text or phone call prior to breakfast so that we don't prepare for you.

Will you have to sit with other guests? At our inn, yes, most likely.  Many find that meeting other travelers is an enhancing feature of  B&B's. Our ambiance is warm & welcoming and lends itself to conversing with people you don't know. It is not uncommon to have guests sitting and talking long after they have finished eating, often times sharing contact information with one another before leaving. We have a saying on our wall, "May all who enter as guests, leave as friends", this goes for guest with one another as well as for us, the innkeepers. So all this being said, If you are a "stick to yourself" kind of person, perhaps a chain hotel would better suite your needs.

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