Breakfast at Jeake’s House

After a comfortable nights sleep at this Rye Bed & Breakfast you will be able to enjoy a delicious breakfast in our galleried dining room which was formally the meeting place of the Rye Quakers.  The building was then bought by the Baptists who used the building as a chapel until 1909. The pews from the chapel have been used to furnish our bar and the old baptismal font still lies under the floor boards.

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“Hope is a good Breakfast”¬†Sir Francis Bacon 1561-1626
Please help yourself from the sideboard to:
Fruit juices, yogurt, grapefruit segments, apricots, seasonal fruit dishes and cereals

To accompany your breakfast please order:
Freshly ground coffee, a variety of teas, hot chocolate
Freshly made white or granary toast served with home made preserves

Traditional English Breakfast
Grilled bacon and tomato, local award-winning sausage, fresh mushrooms and free range fried egg

Vegetarian Breakfast
Free range scrambled eggs, potato rosti, baked beans, fresh mushrooms and tomato

Buttered kipper fillets with fresh lemon

Traditional oak-smoked haddock
Topped with a free range poached egg

Scottish smoked wild salmon with free range scrambled eggs
Sprinkled with chives from our garden

Continental cheese
Served with a warm croissant

Devilled kidneys on buttered toast
A Victorian speciality served with fresh mushrooms

Soft boiled free range eggs with marmite soldiers

Free Range poached eggs on toast with grilled tomato

Rye Rarebit
Toasted cheddar on walnut bread with mango chutney and sesame seeds
Served with a poached egg and tomato

We are sure that you will share our passion for great local and seasonal ingredients