Premier Inn all-you-can-eat breakfast returns today

From today (July 28) with a few essential tweaks, Premier Inn will start serving its famous all-you-can-eat breakfast - and to celebrate it’s lowering the price for a limited period.

As would be expected, the buffet is off the table – for the time being. Guests can still order exactly what they want from the cooked selection - whether that is simply a plate of eggs and bacon or the full works, but instead of a buffet service, breakfast will be cooked and served to order.

The generous breakfast is perfect for those of us who love a cooked breakfast with all the trimmings, and if the first plate leaves guests wanting more, they can have exactly that – by ordering another delicious plated serving.

The cooked option includes crispy back bacon, meaty sausages, eggs (scrambled or fried), hash browns, beans, cooked tomatoes, mushrooms and even black pudding; as well as a vegetarian sausage for those wanting a meat-free option.

Toast, unlimited hot drinks and fruit juice, as well as yoghurt, porridge and freshly baked pastries are all available on the continental selection for those looking for a lighter start.

For a limited time, breakfast can be enjoyed for the new lower price of only £8.99 (£6.99 for the continental option), plus kids still eat breakfast free.

Breakfast is also available through the Government’s recently launched Eat Out to Help Out scheme, meaning from Monday, August 03, guests can receive 50% off their breakfast bill Monday – Wednesday throughout August. This means a family of two adults and up to four children can enjoy a Premier Inn breakfast for less than £10.

Managing Director Simon Ewins said, “Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day, which is why we are really pleased that it is now back on the menu in our hotels. We have been working hard to make sure that our guests can still enjoy all their favourites safely and our chefs are really excited to be whipping up all manner of breakfast combinations for our guests to tuck into.”