Breakfast & More An authentic New England Breakfast Good morning! Enjoy a plated and served hot breakfast with our other guests at our communal dining table every morning. Oh, and freshly brewed coffee is available from 7AM!Breakfast is served at 8:30AM. During the ski season breakfast is at 8:00AM. On winter weekends we offer a light breakfast at 7:15 for skiers aiming for first tracks.Our sumptuous three-course breakfast starts with fruit juice, a homemade baked goody, and a specially prepared fruit dish. Your taste buds will then be treated to a hot entrée followed, of course, by our signature, petit, breakfast dessert of the day! Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and homemade treats are always available. The menu of the day might include Sweet Pepper Scrambled Eggs, Breakfast Casserole, Blueberry Pancakes with Lemon Sauce, Pain Perdu (French Toast) with local Mad River Valley Maple Syrup, or Glasgow Soufflé each served with a breakfast meat. Check out Susan’s Recipes.We do our best to accommodate dietary needs and we ask that you let us know ahead of time.We are proud to source numerous locally produced products in our signature New England Breakfast. One of the delightful aspects of breakfast is that guests from all over the country, and indeed all over the world, enjoy exchanging experiences and perspectives until it is time to head out for the day’s chosen activity.Watch Guest Review Video to hear why Katie and Brian have been back five times to stay at the B&B and plan to continue their visits.May we set a place for you at our breakfast table? Let Us Provide The Drinks! We offer wine by the bottle as well as by the glass and a selection of Vermont beers. We also have champagnes, both French and domestic. In addition we have our unique Quaich Single Malt Scotch bar.A special opportunity is to have Peter introduce you to the various regions of Scotch whisky by pouring you a flight of samples from four of our single malts. Usually a couple will share the experience. Best done after dinner when you are in for the night!West Hill House B&B is state licensed for the sale of alcohol. State law requires that all alcoholic drinks consumed on the premises must be purchased from the inn so please do not bring any alcohol with you. Dinner At West Hill House B&B We recommend a variety of local restaurants and we will be pleased to make reservations where needed.In addition, we offer two seasonal dinners at the B&B. These special feasts are limited to our guests (along with a 2 or more night stay). Add them when you book online for a small charge or let us know when you book by phone. Note: most restaurants are closed on both these evenings. Thanksgiving Dinner What could be better than without having to cook OR do dishes? Our feast will delight your taste buds with many locally grown products and will include the favorites; soup, roast turkey, mashed potatoes with farm fresh potatoes and Cabot butter, sweet potatoes with maple syrup from just down the road, a variety of fresh green vegetables, stuffing made with Red Hen bread, gravy, cranberries and pumpkin pie. (Details may vary a bit each year.) Country Christmas Dinner Christmas in the Green Mountains! Early risers may start the day with a cup of Vermont roasted coffee or rich, creamy hot chocolate and a scrumptious Christmas Day Breakfast Buffet. In the evening we will serve a Family Style Christmas Dinner, which may include rustic butternut squash soup, followed by baked ham with fixings like sweet kale salad, carrots and parsnips, brussel sprouts with almonds, smashed potatoes and Quinoa with cranberries and walnuts. We will finish with traditional Scottish Desserts. (Details may vary a bit each year.) Dinner For Six Your private dinner for 6 or more resident guests is available at the B&B upon request with at least 48 hours notice. This dinner option is not available during foliage and holiday periods. Recipes From The Inn Fresh Garden Goodness: 1 Great Pancake Alternative16=1: 16 Ingredients Makes One Great Batch of Skiers’ Delight CookiesA #1 Go-to Recipe: Delightful Baking Powder Biscuits & It’s Blueberry SeasonScottish Icons: How about these 5: Bagpipes. Tartan kilts. Highland Cows. Castles. Whisky.Crustless Quiche with Broccoli & Cheese: Acclaimed 10/10 by Guests.Beer Bread using Super Session #8 from Lawson’s Finest Liquids, of course!20 in 20: Maple-Almond Cookies are EasyOatcakes: A Wee Taste of Scotland in your KitchenSwedish Visiting Cake: my variation of a very tasty cakeIrish Soda Bread: Apparently It’s Not Irish in OriginChilled Fruit Soup – A Cool Idea For Hot Summer DaysScrumptious Gluten-Free CornbreadSandbakkels are a Norwegian Sugar Cookie Treat- Get Baking!Quiche. Real men do eat quiche and it has happened here!Cheesecake Indulgence: A Tiny Treat for You to EatMincemeat Biscotti – a yummy, crunchy treatAnd more… Blog Posts about our Vermont Bed and Breakfast in Warren VT A Chocolaty Afternoon Snack Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies Discover Vermont Craft Beer!