MIM offers fresh breakfast and picnic lunches for our guests. Check to see our breakfast and picnic menus, and let us provide you with delicious food during your stay. Contact us to learn more.
Served Daily from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM in the Farmhouse Breakfast Room. Please reserve a table the night before by texting (603) 479-7098 or calling (802) 426-3383.
Coffee or Tea and Juice, Home Baked Goods, Fresh Fruit Bowl, Toast
Coffee or Tea and Juice, Home Baked Goods, Fresh Fruit Bowl, Eggs Your Way or Pancakes or French Toast, Bacon or Sausage, Home Fries, Toast
Coffer or Tea and Juice, Home Baked Goods, Fresh Fruit Bowl, Eggs Your Way and Either Pancakes or French Toast, Bacon or Sausage, Home Fries, Toast
Cape Cod Style Chicken Salad, Solid White Tuna Salad, Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, Veggies, Veggies, and Veggies
**Fillings: Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Pickles
**Condiments: Mayo, Brown Mustard, Pesto
Hummus and Veggies, Homemade Baked Sweet Potato and Beet Chips, Cabot Cheese and Crackers, Farm Fresh Hard-Boiled Eggs
Two-Bite Brownies, Bite-Sized Chocolate Chip Cookies, Fresh Fruit Cup
Iced 1/2 Caf Coffee, Iced Herbal Sun Tea, Flavored Club Soda
Apple-Cabbage Slaw, Red Bliss Potato and Dill, Cold Pasta Primavera
Please communicate any food allergies to our team. Our menu is subject to change based on local, seasonal options. We ask that you reserve your basket 24 hours in advance.
Start your morning right with a cup of Vermont roasted organic coffee and breakfast cooked just for you. All of our ingredients are fresh and from the local area. Our eggs are fresh from local chickens, our maple syrup is tapped right down the road, and the sausage is from our neighbors at Hollister Hill Farm.
Explore the grounds of our inn as you wander through our old barn foundation garden, take a hike across the road on our riverside path, or pick fresh apples, blueberries and rhubarb when they are in season. Additionally, you can pick wildflowers to bring back to your room or visit Eaton Cemetery, which has many old grave markers, including the original resident of our property, Harris Eaton.