The scenery on the drive there was beautiful.
The breakfast menu runs from 8am until 12 , so lots of time to enjoy the scenery and get breakfast.
The building is quirky, with a mixture of styles inside (and out). With deer antlers to school style desks.
A cosy fire enticed us into the main room.
We we heated up whilst checking out the menu.
A wide range of dishes such as muesli, fruit salad as well as various sizes of traditional breakfasts.
Mr Foodie picked scrambled egg on sourdough toast whilst Mrs Foodie picked the famous eggs benedict.
Fluffy and creamy eggs on top of buttered, chewy toasted sourdough bread.
Thick cut sliced ham on top of buttered and toasted sourdough. The ham was moist, tender and melt in the mouth. Perfectly creamy and gooey poached eggs with warm hollandaise.
Thumbs up to Bakersbunny for this one. If you are heading anywhere near here it is worth a slight detour for breakfast.
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