Breakfast at our Niagara Falls Bed and Breakfast
Guests of Greystone Manor Bed and Breakfast gather in the spacious dining room, overlooking the Niagara River Gorge for a complete breakfast. Breakfast is served family-style at 9:00 a.m. We will do our best to honour special requests for alternate breakfast times, but cannot guarantee the full breakfast. Each morning brings a new menu and different set of crockery.
Our breakfast menu changes daily, but will always include several hot entree items such as:
Stuffed French Toast
Breakfast meats (turkey bacon, sausages, etc.) Greystone Manor is a pork-free kitchen.
Pan-fried potatoes or potato pancakes
Greystone Manor Bed and Breakfast is pleased to offer fresh baking daily. Here is as sample of some of the items you can expect to find:
Seasonal Fresh Fruit
One of the advantages to living in the Niagara Peninsula is the abundance of locally grown fresh fruit. We do our best offer the best fruit available from local growers, but also provide imported fruits.
There are always plenty of choices when it comes to your favourite beverage.
Soy Milk Substitute (upon request)
Picnic Options at Ravza Farm
We also own have a small hobby farm on the south west side of Niagara Falls and one of things we do there is grow vegetable and herbs to feed our family and guests.
Barn Tours and cowboy campfire picnic are available upon request . A campfire lunch is available for those who want connect with nature and rough it. Come to the farm any season, see the barn, visit with the horses, enjoy a little walk in the woods, help in the garden ( in the summer of course) or just hang out by the fire. We can offer a basic menu of hot dogs and marshmallows or we can go all out and cook up things like baked potatoes, roasted vegetables, baked beans, beef stew, burgers, baked apples, etc. We can even make coffee on the campfire. Price and details will depend on number of people. So whether you want a romantic country picnic for 2 or casual campfire picnic for 30 we can do it. This is a great way to up close and personal with the Canadian countryside.