The Bloomsbury Breakfast Feast

You deserve to awaken to the Bloomsbury breakfast feast!  Everyday should begin with the perfect meal — a perfect gourmet breakfast feast.

Take your seat and admire the breakfast service in the 1854 Bloomsbury, Chesnut Dining Room.  To highlight the deliciousness about to be served, the table is well-laid with Westmoreland Milkglass, fine silver and Deneen Pottery mugs.  The perfect cup of coffee made with beans blended at Little River Roasting Company in Spartanburg SC or cup of hot tea highlighting either Charleston Tea Plantation and Twinings greets you.

The Chesnut Dining Room is beautifully set each morning for breakfast.

The First Course

The first course of the Bloomsbury breakfast feast always features fruit.  In fact, fruit soup is a norm at the Chesnut dining table.

Cold Cantaloupe Soup

Hot Apple Soup

Buttermilk Strawberry Soup

Cold fruit soup for breakfast.

Or, you might enjoy White Wine Poached Pears, Fresh Watermelon Pizza, Tri-berry Parfait, or Fresh Fruit drizzled with local Honey from Quiet Content Farm.

The Bread Course

Chef Katherine is known for piping hot Biscuits served right from her Grandmother Sallie Rose’s iron skillet.

An iron skillet full of fluffy biscuits, hot from the oven at Bloomsbury Inn.

Farm-fresh butter and speciality jams/jellies/preserves made on the premises are definitely served with those amazing biscuits..  When asked which jam is her favorite, Katherine laughs and replies, “The last one I made.”  But, seriously, she loves the Lemon Lavender (the lavender comes from the George Washington Inn) or any of the ones that contain toasted pecans such as Berry Nut.  The pronunciation is “puh-kann”, not “pee-can”…growing up in rural Arkansas, Katherine can explain why.

The Main Course

You can stay for three days or fourteen days, you will never have a repeat entree!  After just one Bloomsbury breakfast feast, you’ll know why guests return soon and often.  Sweet or savory, the entree is prepared around each and every persons’ diet restrictions.

Bloomsbury Egg Benedict.  Dutch Babies with Peppered Praline Bacon.  Ricotta Eggs and local Sausage.  Fresh Blueberry Casserole.  Egg Nests and Blistered Tomatoes.  Cottage Cakes.

The kitchen at bloomsbury inn is always busy. Pie crust is all rolled out for the breakfast quiche.

You dream it and it might be on the menu.  Well except for Belgium Waffles.  Sorry!  If you have ever lived in Belgium as the Browns did, you will understand why.   Belgium Waffles are made with a dough and not a batter.

Oh, one more thing — there is no “short order” cooking at Bloomsbury.

The Last Course

Most guests at Bloomsbury love what often times follows the Bloomsbury Breakfast Feast!  Many have a keen interest in this prominent, historic manor home sitting on two acres in the heart of the historic district of Camden SC.  Co-owner Bruce Brown is more than willing to share the history.

The Bloomsbury Breakfast Feast Isn’t Over

As an award-winning member of Select Registry, you will be invited to join the Select Rewards program.  Once you have experienced the quality of Bloomsbury, you will know that you want your next bed and breakfast selection to be of the same quality — guaranteed at Select Registry properties!

Always remember to book direct for the best selection of dates and the best prices.  Don’t hesitate in making your reservation as dates are filling fast.  Until you Stay Select again, safe travels.