Breakfast is Reason #1 to Stay at a B&B
What makes staying at a B&B so special? This blog series will give you 10 good reasons why B&Bs in Michigan are special destination lodgings you need to experience. We’ll give you one good reason one per post, so plan to come back often.
Breakfast is included in your stay.
Breakfast at a B&B isn’t an add on for which you pay an extra fee. Nope: breakfast is part of the package, both a convenience and a cost savings. A few B&Bs limit their menus to continental spreads, but most offer a multi-course gourmet meal, hot and fresh from the kitchen every morning.
Click the image to see which B&B serves fresh fruit courses like these strawberries with edible flowers, topped with a creme fraiche skimmed from organic milk.
Which B&B turns everyday mornings into extraordinary culinary delights? Click the photo to find out.
Fresh baked goods are a must at most B&Bs – including this one, featuring a chocolate-chunk-French-Toast muffin with blueberry sauce. Click the image to discover who made these.
What happens if you’re in too big a hurry to stay for breakfast? Click the photo to see which inn packs you this breakfast to go!
B&Bs invented “farm to table” long before it was trendy. Click the collage to see which B&B serves their own hens’ eggs and their own bees’ honey on hot, fresh biscuits.
You can enjoy breakfasts like these at home whenever you can’t get away to stay at a Lake to Lake-member bed and breakfast inn. Pour over our printable, online recipes or order our cookbook as a gift or your personal kitchen resource.
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