Breakfast is served each day between 7.30 and 9.00am in our relaxing dining room with lovely views to Craigendarroch and Lochnagar.
Our breakfast buffet provides a wide selection of cereals, fruit juices, fruit, yoghurt, breads and cheeses or why not try a traditional Scottish oatmeal porridge.
Followed by your choice of-
THE FULL SCOTTISH
Bacon, Sausage, Tomatoes, Fried Bread, Haggis, Mushrooms and Egg
(Black Pudding, Baked Beans, Potato Scone all available too)
Bacon or berries with maple syrup drizzled Scotch pancakes
STEWED FRUIT IN A GLASS
Stewed fruits served with layers of homemade granola and Greek style yoghurt in a glass
FRESH FRUIT SALAD
Platter of classic and colourful mixed fruits
European meats and cheeses served with warm crusty bread
SMOKED SALMON & SCRAMBLED EGGS
Scottish smoked salmon and scrambled eggs served on hot toast
For something lighter but hot we’ll happily prepare your choice of:
Beans on Toast ; Sausage or Bacon Roll ; Eggs with Bacon or on Toast ; Soft Boiled Eggs with Toasted Soldiers
Alternative diets and allergies
If you have any food allergies or intolerances please tell us in advance of your stay.
We can cater for vegetarian, vegan, gluten intolerance and other diets with advanced notice. For example, vegetarian and gluten free sausages and haggis can be sourced, and we can make gluten free Scotch pancakes!
Wherever possible we source our food locally. Deeside has an excellent selection of shops who can guarantee low food miles and other key welfare standards. It also tastes fantastic too!
The exact source of produce used at breakfast, in room trays and in packed lunches/platters varies depending on what looks best to us on the day – we’d be happy to talk through exactly where today’s food originated from.
Suppliers we use include
H.M.Sheridan (Ballater) ; Deeside Deli (Ballater) ; Ballater Co-operative (Ballater) ; Hamlyns (Banffshire); Roaring Stag (Ballater) ; Chalmers (Ballater) ; N.G.Menzies (Braemar) ; Tunnocks (Uddingston); Deeside Water (Pannanich) ; Mackies (Perthshire) ; George Strachan (Aboyne)