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What’s on the menu in UK B&B’s?

15 September, 2015

When guests stay at a B&B, obviously they expect a high quality breakfast but we want to know what else is on the menu at our 5,000+ customer’s properties. We asked them what speciality dish keeps their guests coming back for more.

Here are 10 of the most delicious answers that we received:

**Warning** this post may cause involuntary mmmmming and rumbling of stomachs!


Guests can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at Treetops Cottages & Spa.

Why not make your own scones and spark a debate over which goes first, jam or clotted cream?


Ye Horns Inn are impressing visitors with a delicious roasted goosnargh duck!

This goosnargh duck recipe is sure to draw attention on your menu.


Kimberly’s kipper toasties are the catch of the day at Kimberly House B&B.


You can’t go wrong with this classic dish of steak and Guinness Pie at Sir Douglas Haig Inn.

Find out how to make your own boozy pies here.


Enjoy a taste of local produce with home-made crab and clotted cream pasties at The Thirsty Scholar.

Find out what makes the perfect Cornish Pasties here.


Bel & The Dragon have a real show stopper with their roasted suckling pig.

Suckling pig is actually more readily available than you would think, try this recipe to wow your guests.


Guests are in for a treat with this pork trio of belly, sausage and scotch egg at Mill Arms.

Find out how to impress with home-made scotch eggs here.


Fish and eggs complement each other perfectly with natural smoked haddock and poached egg at The Denes.

Why not try it for yourself?


What better way to be welcomed than with an array of beautifully decorated cupcakes at The Field Guest House?

Making cupcakes for your guests could be a very simple yet tasty way of greeting your guests?


Guests can tuck into a traditionally Scottish stuffed haggis lasagna at Blackhorse hotel Newton stewart.

Not for the faint-heated, why not make it yourself?

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