Big breakfasts of eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, biscuits, coffee . . . not a complaint to be had from our whole group. Prices are certainly reasonable and the fresh air along with a little hiking to the top of the adjacent hill, ensured that appetites were up. Was this a contributing factor to our gustatory appreciation of the morning's cuisine? M-a-ybe!? We ate our noon (if any after those big breakfasts) and evening meals elsewhere so no comment about other meals.
We were definitely grateful to have such an overall satisfying restaurant on site though to boost energy levels for full days of activity while there. Service was as good as the wait folks were genuine and cordial . . . and they were . . . very!!.
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