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Dining Areas and Food

The other important part of "bed and breakfast" is food. That makes the dining room and other eating areas about as important as the bedrooms! Here's a look at where guests may dine, and a taste of the food that Victorian dreams are made of.

Dining at Dreams

Part of this Queen Anne's history is found in the dining room, where the original furnishings (including the table and chairs, a buffet, and a china hutch) used by the Jensens remain today.

Until recent years, a bell system for calling the servant was in place in the house, including a button under the table. Evidence of a subtle change to the house's interior can be found in the dining room, whose wall was moved inward to expand the former butler's pantry into a useable kitchen.

The traditional dining room is the usual place where breakfast is served.
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The main dining room at Dreams of Yesteryear Bed and Breakfast

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The kitchen nook with its antique pull-out table is a less formal dining option.

The kitchen nook provides a less formal setting for enjoying the morning meal. With bright windows looking out onto the side yard and driveway, it is a cheery place to start the day, while being close to the heart of the action, the kitchen itself.

The chandalier in the dining room.

A bright chandalier illuminates the formal dining room, while daylight comes in through the window from the east three-season porch. On fine days, guests may enjoy breakfasting on the porch surrounded by the beauty and wildlife of the gardens.

The east porch, completely enclosed, is a cheerful breakfast place on summer days.
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Most often breakfast is served in the formal dining room (above). But once in a while guests may prefer to take their morning repast in another setting around the house, or even outside.

The patio is an outdoor dining possiblity.


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