Following a restful night’s sleep a bountiful Cape Cod breakfast is served from 8:00 to 10:00 am. On pleasant weather mornings most guests choose to enjoy breakfast served on the 2000 square foot veranda. On mornings when the weather is less cooperative you may enjoy breakfast in our elegant dining room at a cozy table for two or at the larger dining table featuring views of the back gardens and gazebo from the 10 foot tall plantation windows. Many of our guests enjoy a brief respite on the veranda with their cup of coffee and the morning paper before breakfast.
Selected fine coffees, teas, hot cocoa
Your choice of juices (orange, cranberry, tomato)
Fresh fruit cup
Personal quiche, breakfast potatoes & sausage
Lighter fare available daily
Yogurt, cereal, granola
Please let us know of any special dietary needs when you make your reservation so we may do our best to accommodate your needs.
Your Cape Cod stay would not be complete without afternoon refreshments
We encourage you to take a break in the afternoon and enjoy the peacefulness of our Cape Cod bed and breakfast as you lounge on the veranda or in the living room in front of the fire and enjoy fresh home-baked treats and refreshments.
Enjoy this video of our Assistant Chef Dave making our guest favorite raspberry white chocolate scones.
What our guests are saying:
“The breakfasts…! If sweet potato pancakes sound unlikely, then just try them, that’s all I can say.” Orkney, Scotland
“Kevin’s breakfasts were incredible” Newfoundland, Canada
“Trish and Kevin made us feel at home during our stay. They made us a wonderful breakfast each day and served us on the deck or in the elegant dining room (our choice). This was the best food I have ever enjoyed at a B&B and I would go back just to have breakfast!” Providence, RI
“Need I mention the food? YES. Woke up in the morning to the most wonderful, bakery-fresh scents of their homemade scones (I enjoyed my blueberry scone with a helping of fresh lemon curd — yum)! This destination is a MUST for those traveling to Cape Cod and the Islands.” Boston, Massachusetts