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!

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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?

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

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

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

Why not try it for yourself?

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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?

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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?