Breakfasts at the Caversham House begin before you even sit down. Coffee or tea await at 7:30 a.m. in the lounge. Guests leisurely gather and chat about yesterday’s performances and culinary discoveries. The tables can be set for a group of six or as separate couples depending on preferences.
Silver cutlery, blue willow china and crisp white napkins set off the posies set in the middle of the tables. Settling into your seat at 8:30 a.m., breakfast can include fluffy buttermilk pancakes, quiches, Great Grandma MacNamara’s tea biscuits, freshly squeezed orange juice or delicious seasonal fruit and honey yogurt, among many other delights.
The kitchen often bustles into the afternoon as jams, chutneys, fruit sauces and syrups bubble on the stove. Emily strives to indulge her guests, while serving healthy accompaniments and local produce.
In the evening, at turndown service, homemade cookies or treats are left in your room, welcoming you back from a long day of touring, eating, shopping and taking in marvelous performances.