At our Brattleboro Bed and Breakfast we strive to “wow” our guests not only in the comfort of our beds, but in the experience of our breakfasts. Each morning of your stay, you will experience a different breakfast, alternating between “Savory” and “Sweet” main courses.
Start off the morning with coffee and tea service, available 24 hours in our sun filled breakfast room, so the early risers can start on their caffeine intake. We don’t believe in alarm clocks on vacation so we choose to serve our multi-course breakfast anytime between 8 and 9:30 am at individual tables in the main dining room. Feel free to stroll down at 8 am or roll out of bed, slip on one of our comfy robes and sit down at 9:30 am.
For our guests that would like to enjoy our Inn’s signature Cameroon French Roast, we serve “Cafetiere” or “French Press” coffee during breakfast, made with fresh ground coffee from Mocha Joe’s Roasting Co., right here in Brattleboro! If you haven’t experienced a French Press before, Cindy is glad to show you how it works. We also have tea infusers to use with your choice of our many herbal and black teas. Assorted juices round out the breakfast beverage selection.
Each morning our main course alternates between “Sweet” and “Savory.” On “Savory” days, breakfast typically begins with a bread course of homemade bread, muffins or scones. Next comes the fruit course, using the freshest available fruits. Last, but not least, a main course certain to please your taste buds and to fill you up. On “Sweet” days, we drop the bread course, as often sweet breakfasts have bread of some kind as a major part of the dish. Typically you will begin with a parfait made with the fresh fruits, granola, and yogurt, followed by a main course headlined with sweet indulgences.
Be sure to let us know in advance, preferably at the time of booking, of any dietary needs, allergies, or other restrictions. It is our pleasure to accommodate Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, or Vegan diets. If you have other restrictions, just call us to discuss how we can meet your particular needs.
We always have alternative breakfasts available like hot or cold cereal, plain scrambled eggs or plain French toast.
Join us in our Brattleboro, Vermont B&B for the getaway of a lifetime.
Featured Recipe – Wildflower Honey Ham and Smoked Swiss Baked French Toast
Baked French Toast
- 1 dozen croissants
- 1 lb smoked swiss cheese (1 slice per serving)
- 1 lb sliced deli ham (I use wildflower honey ham) (1 slice per serving)
- 1 dozen eggs
- ½ cup half & half
- 1 cup milk
- 1½ tablespoons Fox Sweet & Spicy Mustard (or any spicy brown mustard)
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ½ cup butter
- 1/3 cup brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
- 2 tablespoons Fox Sweet & Spicy Mustard (or any spicy brown mustard)
Grease 12 larger-size ramekins or a 9×13 baking dish. Cut croissants in half lengthwise and layer bottom halves of croissants in ramekins. Layer the ham and cheese on top of the croissants. Place the top half of croissants on ham and cheese.
Whisk together eggs, half & half, milk, mustard, and salt. With a fork, pierce the croissant tops several times to help absorb the egg mixture. Pour the egg mixture over croissants making sure the bread is submerged.
Cover with foil and place overnight in the refrigerator
Remove the croissants from the refrigerator 30 minutes before baking time. Preheat oven to 350 F. Baked covered with foil for 30 minutes. Continue baking uncovered for about another 15-20 minutes.
Melt butter in a small saucepan. Whisk in sugar, Worcestershire sauce, and mustard. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer. Drizzle over baked French toast.