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coffee with cream in turquoise mug


is no afterthought
at Hereabouts

It's a hearty, healthy, creative, and delicious affair. Allow us to delight you with a menu built around the changing seasons and what our yard and region have to offer. With ingredients that are often organic, always fresh and thoughfully-sourced, we aim to nourish you deeply and give you something really worth waking up for!

local farm eggs

The Menu

The best ingredients of the season dictate our menu - it continually changes and evolves based on what we have grown or sourced, or what the weather calls for. Some examples include:

  • Frittata with seasonal veggies (eg. potato, kale, mushrooms, red pepper, zucchini, fresh herbs, etc.) and feta

  • Organic black rice with date-sweetened coconut milk, toasted almonds, toasted coconut, and fresh seasonal fruit

  • Platter of warm soda bread, wild smoked salmon, herbed labneh, pickled garden beets and cucumber slices

  • Whole grain toast topped with sautéed greens, fresh tomato, crisp prosciutto, and local free range eggs

  • Brie and walnut-stuffed french toast topped with apple cranberry compote and pure maple syrup

  • Mixed veggie hash with local free range eggs and organic cheddar cornbread

  • Organic steel cut oatmeal prepared in sweet or savoury fashion

  • Many other creations as inspiration strikes! Dietary restrictions can be happily accommodated.

Breakfast includes organic french-press coffee or tea of your choice


We'll give you a choice of two menu options each day. One choice per party (yes, this means you and your partner will have to agree...but we can almost guarantee you'll be happy either way!). Options will be communicated prior to arrival.


If you'd rather put your own breakfast together, we can stock the tiny house with some morning fixin's (bread, eggs, fruit, yogurt, etc.). You can choose this option prior to arrival.

whole grain muffin


Jackie has a background in holistic nutrition, a practice that aims to foster the connection between the whole earth, the whole person, and whole foods. She believes a meal is more than mere filler; it has the ability to sustain, connect, and

heal us.

“When you wake up in the morning, Pooh," said Piglet at last, "what's the first thing you say to yourself?"

"What's for breakfast?" said Pooh. "What do you say, Piglet?"

"I say, I wonder what's going to happen exciting today?" said Piglet.

Pooh nodded thoughtfully. "It's the same thing," he said.”

A.A. Milne

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