Breakfast at the Inn
Following a restful night’s sleep, wake up to a delicious homemade breakfast that can be enjoyed out on our front deck overlooking the ocean, in one of the cozy nooks in the inn, or in your well-appointed guest room.
Due to current restrictions and in an effort to ensure safety, we are providing breakfast on individual trays at pre-set time slots. Please register for your time slot at check in.
We will happily accommodate any dietary restrictions with advance notice.
GOOD MORNING CAPE COD!
Included in your stay, our complimentary breakfasts include:
- Freshly brewed, locally roasted coffee
- Our special home-made granola, fresh fruits, and Greek yogurt
- Breakfast pastries baked each morning
- Locally sourced ingredients (we shop at our town’s weekly farmers market and use local seasonal items whenever possible)
Our daily main entree offerings alternate between sweet and savory and are prepared with care.
Some things you might see on our sweet days:
- Lemon ricotta, blueberry pancakes
- Challah French toast with fresh berry sauce
- Bananas Foster Belgian waffles
- Almond croissant bread pudding
Savory options may include:
- Eggs benedict with avocado
- Roasted vegetable frittata
- Cherry tomato and basil omelet
- Fried farm fresh eggs with arugula on a Cape Cod bagel
All served with crispy bacon or fresh breakfast sausages
AFTERNOON DELIGHTS (now individually wrapped)
We absolutely love to bake here at the Inn, so in the afternoons you may see:
- Chocolate hazelnut cheesecake brownies
- Snicker doodles
- Or amazing coconut cupcakes
And we still have our ever-popular Biscotti!
“At this understated and serene but stylish inn, perched on a bluff overlooking Vineyard Sound, the living room and most guest rooms face the water. Common areas include an art-laden living room with a boulder fireplace, oversize windows, and modern white couches; a bistro-like breakfast room; and a porch with more stunning water views. A delicious gourmet breakfast … guests can enjoy their meal in the dining area, their room or even on the beach.”
– Fodor’s Guidebook