Breakfast with a silver lining, with over ninety ingrediens, is something we’re famous for. We serve our breakfast in the country kitchen on the ground floor. This brunch will keep you satisfied well past lunchtime.
Breakfast is included in the price of the hotel room. Anyone who lives in the hostel can buy breakfast for SEK 75. We also welcome breakfast guests who’re not staying at Kungsgården Långvind; they pay SEK 150 and need to book a day in advance.
Locally produced, organic and fair trade products: We have at least 20 products that are either locally produced, organic and/or fair trade products. These are marked with an asterisk (*).
Hot drinks: Brewed coffee*, real espresso, brewed tea, tea bags with wide range of black and green tea, instant coffee*, decaffeinated coffee, cappuccino and hot cacao plus compliments like hot or frothed milk, sugar cubes*, cane sugar cubes*, granulated cane sugar*, granulated brown sugar*, light muscovado sugar*, local honey*, local runny honey*, sweetener and lemon juice.
Juice: Freshly squeezed orange juice with pulp, exotic fruit juice and fresh apple juice.
Yoghurt: fruit yoghurt, flavored yoghurt, Swedish sour milk, natural yoghurt and milk*, lingonberry jam*, strawberry jam*, applesauce, corn flakes, muesli, raisins*, dried apricots, dried cranberries, walnuts, hazelnuts, linseed, cinnamon, ginger and granulated sugar*.
Porridge and gruel.
Bread: Nine breads, from freshly baked bread rolls and toast to rich traditional Finnish rye bread and four kinds of hardtack, including Leksands minirut*.
Cheese: Strong Swedish cheeses, camembert cheese, flavored cheese and cream cheese.
Meat: Smoked ham, roast beef or pastrami and locally produced sausage*.
Herring and caviar: Three types of herring, three types of caviar and kipper terrine.
Vegetables: Cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, pickled cucumber, arugula/rocket salad and kalamata olives.
Marmalade: Orange marmalade, seville orange marmalade, blackcurrant jam, cloudberry jam* and blueberry jam*.
Functional food juices: Blueberries and rose hip or mango (Proviva).
Fruit: Grapes, apples, kiwis, cape gooseberry/physalis and lemon*.
Dessert: Local ginger snaps*, Italian almond biscuits, Swedish rusk/zwieback (Swedish “skorpa”), dark and light chocolate from all corners of the world and local candies*.
Daily newspapers: For breakfast we serve fresh newspapers on tablets (iPad) with digital editions of the Swedish national dailies Dagens Nyheter, Svenska Dagbladet and Dagens Industri and local dailies Hudiksvalls Tidning, Söderhamns-Kuriren, Ljusnan and Ljusdals-Posten. You can also read your local newspaper on our tablets.
Meals: Kungsgården Långvind offers various meat and fish dishes with appetizer and dessert, through cooperation with local restaurants. These menus must be ordered well in advance.
Updated January 4, 2016