When you stay at our Maine inn, you will not only enjoy our B&B accommodations, but a gourmet breakfast as well. Along
with her talented staff, Chef Barbara (a graduate of the United
States Personal Chef Institute) prepares and serves a superb
breakfast that begins with choices, including freshly
brewed coffee or tea, fresh fruits, juices, sweet breads,
creamy yogurts, and a flavorful homemade granola-type cereal.
Special diets are warmly
accommodated with prior notice - please ask us!
Available in the kitchen beginning
at 8:00 am, early risers can enjoy freshly brewed coffee or
tea, and "all the news that's fit to print".
Served every morning
Fresh Fruit (seasonal)
Whole and Skim Milk
Assorted Jams, Jellies, and Preserves
Hot Coffee (Regular / Decaf) & Hot Tea
In addition to the menu above, selections vary each day
but will also include:
- Traditional Maine blueberry pancakes with
wild blueberry syrup
- Waffles with hot pecan syrup & whipped cream topping
- Scrambled eggs & bacon with chives, tomato, and dill
- Egg, sausage, mushroom, and cheese Strata
- French toast and 100% Vermont maple syrup & bacon or sausage
Saturday & Sunday Mornings Only:
Traditional or "Lobstah" Eggs Benedict
with "Cottage" Home-Fried Potatoes
If you're going to have something as rich as Eggs Benedict,
you might as well add some lob-stah! This is about as rich
a recipe as we make, but it is "oh-so-good".
- Maryland Crab Cakes and Scrambled
Eggs with "Cottage" Home-Fried Potatoes
Ron used to live on Kent Island on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
During this time, he took many opportunities to go "crabbing"
in quest of the most delectable crab in the world: The Chesapeake
Bay Blue Crab.
- New Orleans Mardi Gras ("Throw
Me Somthin' Mistah!") Quiche with Sausage or Bacon
A special dish that Barb prepares.
Ron, a professional musician for over 40 years, has performed
during Mardi Gras and in jazz clubs on Bourbon St., New
Orleans. This is his favorite French Quarter recipe.
Gather in the spirit of Mid-Coast Maine by making your reservations at one of the oldest and finest
historic inns in New England, the Freeport Clipper Inn.