As you walk in the front door of Tuggles’ Folly, an antique candy dish filled with wrapped chocolates awaits all guests. Stroll on through to the Bar area where a refrigerator of assorted sodas and lemonades; a glass barrel of loose salty snacks; and an antique Mr. Peanut jar of individually wrapped chips are all available at any hour of the day or night. Alcoholic beverages are permitted at Tuggles’ Folly. Bring your own and refrigerator space will be made available in either the Bar or Vintage refrigerator in the Game Room. Don’t miss the additional chocolates in the antique scale on the refrigerator which weighs “delightful taste”, not pounds of chocolates for your snacking pleasure. All of this is in addition to the complimentary bottled waters and Ghirardelli chocolates in your room.
Guests will be consulted, and a general consensus taken as to the best time for breakfast to be on the table. Breakfast has been served hot on the table as early as 6:45 AM or as late as 11:00 AM. Coffee, teas, or other morning beverages will be available on the Breakfast Room table one hour before the stated Breakfast Time. Grab a robe and come on down. Comfort is the key word in having breakfast at Tuggles’ Folly, not necessarily “dressing for breakfast”.
Sample Menus from which to choose:
#1 -- Debbie’s House Specialty
Homemade sausage gravy with biscuits made from scratch that morning, complimented with real butter
Eggs, to your taste, if desired
Griddle-fried, crisp bacon or other meat
Fresh fruit bowl
Fried peaches (in season) or fried apples
Jellies, honey, sorghum
Fruit juices, coffee, tea, etc.
#2 -- Grandpa’s Apple Pancakes
Griddle-fried pancakes filled with diced apples stirred up that morning
#3 -- Dean’s Pecan Waffles
Golden brown hot-off-the-iron waffles with chunks of pecans
#4 -- What do you desire Omelettes?
Whisked eggs filled with your choice of sausage, spicy taco meat, onions, green peppers, tomatoes, ham, mushrooms, jalapenos, shredded cheese. . .
Special groups merit special circumstances, such as a quilters group who wished to work until the wee hours of the morning and wake up to a very late breakfast at 11:00 AM. For those desiring nourishment prior to that time, a display of chocolates, yogurts and other breakfast bars tamed the “hungries” until breakfast was served. Just ask, and Dean & Debbie will attempt to construct a suitable arrangement for your needs.Visit with Dean & Debbie in their Amish custom-built black walnut kitchen as your breakfast is prepared; then linger around the breakfast table so we can get to know you and you can get to know others. Remember, it’s another, interesting kind of folk who frequent bed and breakfasts. Come and get to know us. Create memories for us and for yourselves.