Our Breakfast Menu

Currently breakfast is served in our breakfast room in Gwynfryn. From April 2017 we plan to move breakfast into our newly converted Chapel which is next door. The Chapel will still retain many of its original features including the Organ, Pulpit and ornate balcony and we will be remodeling the pews into banquet style long tables and seating.

We pride ourselves on our breakfast and aim to ensure all our guest have a substantial yummy breakfast to prepare them for their day ahead. Therefore using the finest locally sourced ingredients we offer the choice of a traditional Welsh Breakfast or various alternatives.
We can cater for all special dietary requirements upon request including gluten free bread, soya milk and vegetarian sausages. Providing the following options we hope to be able to offer all guests a choice of a full breakfast. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any other requirements.

Our traditional full cooked breakfast:
2 pieces of smoked welsh back bacon
2 Welsh breakfast pork sausages (award winning)
1 free ranged egg
1 large flat mushroom
1 baked fresh tomato
Heinz baked beans
Hash brown

Our alternatives from the above include:
A choice of omelette with your preferred fillings
Welsh Rarebit made with creamy Welsh cheese and my own special recipe
Poached eggs on a buttered toasted muffin
Porridge with a choice of nuts and dried fruits
Scrambled egg on toast with or without smoked salmon

In addition to the above cooked breakfast option we provide a self-service to the following:

A minimum choice of a 3 cereals
Selection of yogurts
A minimum choice of 2 fruit juices
Fresh fruit
Butters & Preserves including jam’s, marmalade’s, honey and marmite

During your breakfast we will provide you with an unlimited supply of toast, fresh coffee and tea (incl. herbal).

Our suppliers:

Sausage & bacon is provided by our local award winning butchers Edwards of Conwy on the High Street in Conwy.
Free range eggs, mushroom’s, tomato’s and fresh fruit is supplied Belmont Farm from Llanrwst in the Conwy Valley.