breakfast tables set in dining room
Breakfast

We strive to serve the best breakfast in Camden, Maine

A two course breakfast is served daily beginning at 8:30. The first course is a fruit dish. Some of the favorites of our guests are the Baked Peach, Orange Spiced Pears, and Watermelon and Kiwi with Coconut Lime Creme. For the second course, Ted usually prepares sweet and savory dishes on alternate days. One morning may consist of Maine Blueberry Walnut Pancakes or Cinnamon Oatmeal Bake with Rhubarb Sauce and Fresh Strawberries. The savory dishes may include Sweet Potato Pancakes with Poached Egg topped with Creamed Caramelized Shallots and Poblano Peppers or a Zucchini Frittata with home made tomato sauce. On sweet days, we serve turkey sausage to add some protein. Some second course entrees include smoked salmon. Scrambled eggs and toast and fruit and yogurt is always available in the event that you do not care for what Ted is preparing.

Elements of the best breakfast in Camden

We buy locally grown/produced, organic foods where possible. Course selections vary seasonally to match the weather and the availability of fresh produce. We are happy to accommodate special requests, please let us know about any food allergies or dietary restrictions when you make your reservation or when are checking in.

We proudly serve Rock City Coffee.  It is a dark roast of beans from 4 different countries (India,Sumatra, Brazil and Guatemala).  We also serve a French roasted decaf. For tea drinkers, there is a selection of Harney & Sons teas.

Enjoy an elegant setting for the best breakfast in Camden, Maine

Weather permitting, breakfast is served outdoors in the garden or on the terrace.

We are happy to make modifications to the timing of breakfast when asked.  “To-go” breakfast bags can be prepared for breakfast on the run.

The rest of the day

Free bottled water is provided in each guest room. There are now Keurig machines and mini-refrigerators in the Carriage House guest rooms.

Please see our Policies page for the modifications to our practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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