Salmon and Scrambled Eggs (£4.95) or Full English Breakfast (£6.95) For Two at Holden Wood Tearoom (50% Off)
- Listed antique centre and former church
- New conservatory tearoom with stone work
- Hearty menu of snacks, afternoon tea, and main meals
- Uses locally sourced products where possible
- English breakfast includes local pork sausages, bacon, egg, black pudding, and toast
- Salmon and scrambled eggs are served on toast or a bread roll
- Valid Monday to Friday
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Fri 9am-11.30am. Eat-in only. Drinks not included.
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Starting the day off with a good breakfast ensures people are alert, and it puts a stop to rumbling tummies speaking over the morning’s Power Point presentation. Eat your words with today's Groupon from Holden Wood Tearoom. Choose from the following options:• £4.95 for salmon and scrambled eggs breakfast for two (50% off)
• £6.95 for a full English breakfast for two (50% off)
A listed building and antique centre set amidst the stunning hills of the Lancashire countryside, this impressive edifice boasts a 40 seat tearoom decked with a new conservatory and intricate stone work. Formerly a church, the building is now home to a wide range of antiques, collectables, ceramic art, and other items all bursting with historical stories. The tearoom is delicately peppered with cake stands for afternoon tea and scones and the menu is full of hearty main meals, jam packed sandwiches, and refreshing salads.
Lining stomachs for the day ahead, twosomes can tuck into a hearty full English breakfast with a choice of scrambled or fried egg, locally sourced pork sausages, bacon, mushrooms, black pudding, and beans plus a side of toast with butter. The other tempting option comes in the form of smoked salmon and scrambled egg served on either a bread roll or toast. These champion breakfasts are available on weekdays only.
While Holden Wood Tearoom is yet to be widely reviewed, one enthusiastic Qype user awarded 5/5, and the tearoom had a positive write up in The Lancashire Telegraph. Of particular note for reviewers were the presentation and quality of the food, and the striking surroundings.
It’s the sort of place where you can have a full meal if you want or just a coffee and a bite. The view is a little disconcerting at first but with the hills looming above the graveyard there’s actually something strangely appealing about it.
– John Anson, Lancashire Telegraph, Aug 2010
I will go out of my way to come here again. Thanks to the staff for doing a great job and whoever they had preparing the food is someone who loves their work and should be proud.
– chrisdocstrange, Qype, Feb 2011