Breakfast at the Abbey Guest House
After a comfortable night’s sleep, breakfast is intended to be an enjoyable experience. Our freshly prepared full English breakfast uses locally sourced and Fair Trade products where possible. Guests can select from an extensive range of options:-
- Pork Sausages
- Vegetarian sausages and ‘bacon’
- Pork Bacon
- Eggs (Boiled, Fried, Poached or Scrambled)
- Baked Beans
- Hash Browns (Potato)
- Fried Bread or French Toast (Egg Fried Bread)
- Brown or White Bread Toast
- Fruit selection
- Gluten free bread (separately toasted)
- Soya milk
With sufficient advance notice, other dietary options are possible. We cater for Halal, Vegan, and Coeliac and have provided items such as goats’ milk, cheese platters and cold-meat platters.
Guests have a choice from an extensive range of cereals, freshly squeezed orange juice, other fruit juices, yoghurts, cordials and spreads.
Self Service Breakfast
Guests requiring an early get-away are welcome to serve themselves from a wide range of non-cooked items by arrangement.
Drink at the Abbey Guest House
Abbey Guest House is not licensed to sell alcohol but is pleased to be able to provide a full range of non alcoholic beverages. We provide Fair Trade Coffee (including de-caf), hot chocolate and an extensive range of teas; Earl Grey, Camomile, Rooibos (red bush) and a range of fruit and herbal teas.
Evening meals at the Abbey Guest House
We do not provide evening meals but guests are welcome to bring in or order food for delivery to eat in the breakfast room. A microwave, a fridge, all cutlery, microwavable crockery and paper napkins are provided specifically for this purpose.
Eating Places Closest to Abbey Guest House
The Boundary House (www.pub-explorer.com/oxon/pub/boundaryhouseabingdon.htm) is a ‘Surf & Turf Pub & Grill’. Now part of the ‘Greene King’ pub chain. The building was originally the home to Cecil Kimber, Managing Director (1935-1945) of the famous M.G. Car Company. The car park is at the rear of the premises off Appleford Drive.
The Spread Eagle (www.spreadeagle.org.uk) is a traditional English pub where single or female guests will feel comfortable and most welcome. Booking in advance is often required due to the popularity. Ramped access into the pub is available from the car park at the rear.
Eating Places in Abingdon Town Centre
There are numerous British and International Cuisine restaurants, pubs and take-aways.
A wide selection of reference menus are kept with our extensive visitor and tourist information in the hallway.
Eating Places in Oxford
The frequent bus services to Oxford, which continue to midnight, enable guests to enjoy the extensive choice in this famous University City.
Fresh Free Range Farm Eggs, delivered weekly, from The Old Farm Shop, Milton Hill, Abingdon (www.theoldfarmshop.co.uk).
Meat sausages & bacon are supplied to order by Eadles of Oxford.
Well Preserved of East Hanney (www.well-preserved.co.uk) is an award winning producer of jams and marmalades. They use locally available home-grown fruit for many of their items. These can also be purchased during your stay at Abbey Guest House.
Victoria’s Original Granola is supplied by Partridge and Pear of Oxfordshire (www.partridgeandpear.co.uk).
Other produce such as honey is obtained locally in Abingdon whenever possible.