Enjoy a delicious, gourmet breakfast, complimentary with your accommodations, at our B&B in Bayfield, WI!
Starting your day at Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast provides the opportunity to enjoy a hearty meal, while sharing your tales of Bayfield and the Apostle Islands with fellow guests. Good food, great conversation, a combination that rounds out our guests’ experience.
We are proud to incorporate locally sourced food and ingredients into the breakfasts we serve to our guests. Bayfield orchards and area farms provide a wonderful opportunity to “buy local.” The coffee served each morning is roasted in the Northwoods by Backroads Coffee in Hayward, Wisconsin. The innkeepers decide the menu for each breakfast, which typically starts off with something baked, followed by a fruit and/or yogurt course, and ending with the main breakfast entrée. At Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast, we strive to make breakfast not only tasty, but memorable. Given the number of requests we have received for recipes, we have decided to include a Recipes page on our website, which will feature many of the items served for breakfast or as an afternoon treat.
Our Wisconsin bed and breakfast serves breakfast in the Main House for all guests from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. mid-May through the end of October and from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. November to mid-May (times are subject to change). An earlier continental-type breakfast, such as a muffin and beverage, is available for those leaving early for a day of kayaking, dog sledding, or for any other adventure or reason, we just ask that you give us at least 24 hours’ notice.
Please advise us of any food allergies or special dietary needs or restrictions at the time of your reservation or at least 24 hours in advance of your stay with us. We do our best to accommodate our guests’ needs.
Becky loves cooking and baking, so that means guests at Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast are treated to an afternoon snack to enjoy after their day on Lake Superior or exploring the Apostle Islands and the Bayfield, WI area. Becky constantly is trying out or experimenting with recipes, so you never know what may show up in the afternoon. A guest favorite is the Spiced Cream Pie, which came about when Mike was eating one of his favorite ginger-molasses cookies and wondered how the cookies might taste with the vanilla cream Becky uses in her Oatmeal Cream Pies. Well, the pairing of a ginger molasses cookie with a light vanilla cream just might be better than peanut butter and chocolate, but you can be the judge. Check out our Recipes page for some of our guests’ favorite afternoon treats and sign-up for our Newsletter to learn about new additions to the Recipes page.