10 of the best breakfasts in Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 24 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:56 24 January 2016

Breakfast from Stanley House

Breakfast from Stanley House


They say it’s the most important meal, so we’ve picked ten places where the breakfast will get your day off to a happy start.

Served: 8.30am- 11.30am
Huntley’s in Samlesbury is home to an award winning restaurant, suitable for breakfast, luncheons and afternoon snacks. Enjoy a Huntley’s Farmhouse Breakfast that is filled with local produce.
Huntley’s Country Stores, Huntley Gate Farm, Whalley Road, Samlesbury, Lancashire, PR5 0UN

Stanley House
Stanley House was awarded a gold award for its breakfast offering in Visit England's 2015 Qulaity Assesment scheme. Breakfast is served at Mr Fred’s and always generates great feedback from guests. The hotel has a passion for pro viding homely meals made using local produce, making this a great place to have your first meal of the day.
Stanley House, Mellor, Lancashire, BB2 7NP

Barley Mow
Served: 7.30am-9.30am weekdays and 8.30am-10.30am weekends
This self titled ‘proper pub’ offers on trend eats and British classics. Start your morning right with a breakfast fit for champions. On the menu you will find smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and toast for £5.95 and if you’re looking for something a little more substantial try the Lancashire breakfast, complete with all the trimmings.
Barley Village, Burnley BB12 9JX

Served: 7.45am-9.45am Mon-Sun
The team at Northcote are dedicated to creating the perfect experience at their Michelin starred restaurant. Welcome a new day with the breakfast menu at £25 per person. Choose from energizing freshly squeezed juices, cereals and yogurts, English breakfasts and a few old classics like Northcote Free Range Boiled Eggs with Toasted Soldiers.
Northcote, Northcote Road, Langho, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB6 8BE

Moose Coffee
Served: 8am-5pm Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm Sat, 9am-4pm Sun
Moose Coffee was created in 2006, when two people with a passion for food were inspired by American style short order diners. Now Moose has expanded with locations in Manchester and around Liverpool. From fluffy pancakes to perfectly formed Eggs Benedict, bacon rashers and Waffles with maple syrup, Moose has a menu that will keep you coming back until you’ve tried it all.
Moose Manchester, 20 York St, M23BB

The Barn at Scorton
The coffee bar at The Barn serves a variety of artisan coffees, specialist teas, milkshakes and best of all freshly prepared breakfast. Choose from crispy bacon baps, vegetarian sausage baps, full English breakfasts and more. They like to keep it simple but satisfying here.
The Square, Scorton, Near Garstang, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 1AU

Archer’s Café
A comfortable family run café situated at Red Bank Farm and Campsite, the café overlooks Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland hills. Grab a cup of freshly ground coffee and enjoy a welcoming atmosphere and some good food to match.
Red Bank Farm and Camp Site Bolton Le Sands Carnforth Lancashire

Alice’s Tea Room
Curiouser and curiouser one might say, visit this Alice in Wonderland themed tea room in Lytham. It captures the magic of Lewis Carroll’s book from décor down to the tea party. Visit for breakfast for a chance to enjoy 2 slices of fruit toast, a toast rack with jam or marmalade, 2 crumpets and a bacon sandwich. The beauty is its available anytime during the day.
Alices Tea Room, 25 St Albans Road, St. Anne’s on Sea, Lancashire, FY8 1TG

Lantern O’er Lune Café Bistro
Served: Until 11:45am daily
Glasson was once the site of a small farming and fishing community, known as Old Glasson. There is lots of variety here for a morning snack, you can choose from full English breakfasts, breakfast baps and toast with toppings of your choice.
Lantern O’er Lune Café Bistro, Glasson Dock, Lancaster LA2 0BY

Vincenzo Coffee House
Vincenzo is an independently owned coffee house, open 7 days a week. Breakfasts are cooked fresh to order. Opt for the Mini breakfast which comes complete with Cumberland sausages, eggs, smoked bacon, hash browns, black pudding, mushrooms, tomatoes and toast. For those with a sweet tooth in the mornings there is always a toasted teacake or toast with jam to hand.
501 Rendsburg Way, St. Nicholas Arcades, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 1NF, UK


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