Breakfast at Worsley Park Marriot Hotel

Eating out is something we are lucky enough to be able to do regularly; whether it’s a quick local sushi tea when a freezer dive hasn’t defrosted or a Saturday ‘date night’ somewhere special. But what we don’t ever do is breakfast out.

To tempt me out for breakfast, it would have to be somewhere fairly close (I wake up hangry some days!), good choice and different to what I’d do at home (bowl of porridge or cereal, maybe toast when I’ve a bit more time).Worsley Park Marriot Hotel // GoodEggFoodie

So the Worsley Park Marriot Hotel looked like the perfect weekend treat: only 15 minutes away we could be there before my tummy had the chance to realise it was awake.

We used to have Sunday lunch here with my in laws, so it was nice to come back after a few years away and see that the restaurant has been revamped as The Grill in The Park with a bright interior, mixed seating with squishy booth seating as well as tables and lovely lighting.  The second dining area is still on the old style but hopefully that will follow suit soon.

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The new look restaurant*

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New look interiors are lighter than before

So what about that breakfast? Well there’s no shortage of choice. There are two areas. At the back there is a chef cooking up omelette and waffles to order, surrounded by everything you need to make a full English: bacon, sausages, beans, mushrooms, eggs and hash browns. There’s also pastries and fresh loaves.

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Chef was never there when I went to take a shot!

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Up front you’ve got a fresh fruit bar , and toast area with lots of lovely preserves to choose from.

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Fun fact: I am allergic to kiwi which is a crying shame when faced with all this lovely fruit

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The first rule of hotel breakfast is that you should set yourself up for the day. So we started with toast, juice and tea. I then moved on to a full English. The scrambled eggs were buttery- so much more indulgent than I’d make them myself and all the better for it. The sausages were delicious too, proper plump porkers with no sign of filler.Worsley Park Marriot Hotel // GoodEggFoodie

However it was Andrew who won at brekkie. He got an omelette to go along with his bacon, sausages and hash browns. I was so miffed that I didn’t get an omelette but I was too inpatient to queue. It was light and fluffy and not on my plate: gutted 🙁 Worsley Park Marriot Hotel // GoodEggFoodie

There was still a bit of room so I enjoyed a little fruit salad and a fresh fruit pastry before heading outside. The hotel is literally metres away from the manic motorway, but you’d never know. The golf course makes it look like you’re in a rural idyll rather than 15 minutes from Manchester city centre.  There are far worse ways to start your weekend, and none of them involve scrambled eggs that good!

Breakfast is open to residents and non-residents, so the latter like us can get all this for just £16.

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Thanks to the Worsley Park Marriot Hotel for having us as your guests for breakfast. Pics marked* are PR shots.

Worsley Park Marriot Hotel and Country Club. Worsley. M28 2QT


Posted by Claire

She eats. She drinks. She cooks. She travels. She learns. She tastes. She bakes. A foodie with exceptional taste! Always looking for the best food and drink producers from far and wide. Chocolate brownie queen. Judge: International Cheese Awards. Cheese fiend! Travel lover. What better way to discover new food, than to travel to it. Massive fan of The Archers. Crazy cat lady and proud. NW England / Manchester / UK Twitter & Insta: She_Eats_Blog Facebook: SheEatsBlog

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