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BREAKFAST AND EATING OUT LOCALLY

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BREAKFAST

Served between 8.00 a.m. until 8.30 a.m.

depending on season

Please help yourselves from the buffet table for:-

Selection of fruit juices

A large variety of cereals

Grapefruit Segments or Prunes

Fresh strawberries when available

Individual fruit salads (summer) or

Selection of fresh fruit from the fruit bowl

Low fat and Greek yoghurt - varieties as available

Oatmeal porridge cooked to order

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Full Scottish Breakfast

Bacon, Fried egg, Pork sausage, tomato,

mushrooms, baked beans

Also choose one of the following :-

Sliced beef Lorne sausage, haggis, black

pudding,

hash brown, fried bread, potato scone

Scrambled eggs with or without smoked salmon

on toast


Poached eggs on toast

Boiled eggs - cooked to your specification
 

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White or brown toast to order

Percolated coffee or decaffinated coffee

Scottish breakfast tea, decaffinated tea

Hot chocolate

Please ask for hot water for the following

Specialist teas & fruit teas, selection available

from buffet table


There is a selection of marmalades, jams etc on

the table



All special dietary requirements can be accommodated

provided that we have advance notice



Where possible local produce is used in

breakfast service

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EATING OUT IN THE AREA

There are a fair number of places to eat out

within a ten mile radius and most are open all

year round.

In no particular order:-

* Abbey Tea Room -

* Criffel Inn -

* New Abbey Hotel - all in New Abbey

* Steamboat Inn - Carsethorne

* Barend Bar & Restaurant  

* Anchor Hotel -

* Mariner Hotel - both in Kippford

* Maxwell Arms Hotel
 

* King's Arms Hotel - both Dalbeattie

* Clonyard House Hotel - between Colvend and

Dalbeattie


* Glenisle Inn - Palnackie

* Laurie Arms - Haugh of Urr

* Colvend Cafe - Colvend (restricted opening hours)

All of these establishments are informal

In addition there is Indian, Chinese and Italian

restaurants in both Dalbeattie and Castle

Douglas, along with a number of other eateries


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