We have a Breakfast Award This award (Sponsored by Kellogg’s) recognises those guest accommodation businesses where the owners and staff have gone the extra mile to ensure the breakfast will exceed expectations.
Breakfast is served in the conservatory that looks out at our grazing sheep, our goose, hens, and any wildlife you can spot on the pond.
Breakfast times are to suit our guests.
We want to share our glorious Forest of Bowland countryside with visitors, so there are binoculars for guests to borrow, plus walking, cycling, and road maps.
We are RSPB members…so there are bird books and magazines to read. You can bird spot at breakfast time as feeders hanging in nearby trees attract lots of different birds.
BREAKFAST MENU – YOUR CHOICES
Food Allergies and Intolerances: Before you order your breakfast and beverages, please ask if you want to know about our ingredients.
Just pick and mix what you’d like for breakfast and at what time – and leave outside your room. Thank you !
Fruit Juices Orange or Apple (non-concentrate)
(help yourself to: Muesli, with no added sugar or with fruit and nuts; Granola, Bran Flakes, Cornflakes)
(home-made and including fresh fruit, apricots and prunes)
Full Cobden Farm breakfast from:
Bacon (home dry cured) from Roy Porters Butchers, Chatburn
Sausages from Roy Porters Butchers, Chatburn (vegetarian option available)
Black pudding from Roy Porters Butchers, Chatburn Baked beans
Home-made potato cakes, fried potatoes or fried bread
Egg (fried, boiled, poached or scrambled) – usually from our own hens
Omelette (plain / cheese / Spanish with mixed peppers, mushrooms and onions)
Pancakes with maple syrup and/or bacon
Isle of Man kippers on the bone (direct from Devereau’s)
Filleted kippers (from Bleikers smokehouse, Yorkshire) Either served with wholemeal bread (and poached or scrambled eggs
Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs with wholemeal bread
Toast, local butter and jams Home-made white / granary / wholemeal
Tea Decaffeinated, Earl Grey, Fruit teas available
Coffee (filter) Decaffeinated available
We aim to use local produce from local suppliers wherever possible.
Our home dry cured bacon, home-made pork sausages and Bury black puddings come from the legendary Roy Porter Butchers at nearby Chatburn (www.royporterbutchers.com) where there’s always friendly welcome from Roy and his team. Find them at 9 Bridge Rd, Chatburn, Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 4AW. Tel: 01200 441392.
Free range eggs are produced by our own hens (you can see them from the conservatory windows) unless they're on a go-slow.
Our home-made potato cakes are made from home-grown spuds when available.
Marmalade and jams are home-made usually by us or by local jam makers.
Milk comes from local suppliers via our local shops.
Smoked salmon is responsibly-farmed and caught.