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What you may anticipate from a Victorian by the Sea Breakfast

Many of our guests tell us that our breakfasts are some of the best they’ve ever had.  At Victorian by the Sea, we take breakfast seriously! Guests may opt to sit at a communal table with other guests, or prefer the privacy of a table for two overlooking the sea.

From 6:45 until 9:30 a.m., guests help themselves to hot, fresh coffee or a wide selection of herbal or regular teas to enjoy either in their room or on the veranda overlooking the Bay.

Our home-cooked, full breakfast, served each morning at your convenience between 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., begins with a choice of juices, a fresh baked muffin, scone or breakfast cake and a variety of fresh fruit.

Our main course usually offers a savory egg dish seasoned and garnished with vegetables and herbs from our own garden and an optional side of fresh sausage, bacon or ham. Several times each week, usually at our guests’ request, wild Maine blueberry pancakes or Belgian waffles are prepared and served with warmed Maine maple syrup.

For those who prefer a lighter fare, we also offer locally harvested oats in a hot oatmeal or granola, fresh fruit and/or yogurt.

For guests with Vegan, low-sugar or carbohydrate diets, celiac disease or diabetes, please let us know well ahead of your visit and reasonable accommodations to the menu will be made for you.

A full size refrigerator for our guests use is located in the guest pantry, and those with special diets may choose to travel with their own foodstuffs. The refrigerator is also handy for those wishing to chill their own supply of soft drinks, wine, beer or spirits.

Jeanne and Rob and their staff look forward to serving you! Please read our guest reviews on Trip Advisor if you would like more information about what to expect at breakfast! Or call or email with any specific questions.

One of our guests’ favorite breakfast items is the Pecan Scones with Maple Glaze.  Click here for out secret recipe.

It’s maple syrup harvesting season in Maine!