Adult Unlimited Breakfast + 2 kids (under 16) eat FREE £9.50 / £3.17pp - Incl. Costa Coffee, Bacon, Eggs, Cereal, Pastries... @ Beefeater
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Adult Unlimited Breakfast + 2 kids (under 16) eat FREE £9.50 / £3.17pp - Incl. Costa Coffee, Bacon, Eggs, Cereal, Pastries... @ Beefeater

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Refreshed 18th Jan (Posted 18th Jan)
Nice treat for weekends - unlimited Costa Coffee had me sold! Ongoing offer but thought with half term / bank holiday coming up might be worth a reminder ( everywhere is different with school hols - but our next Half Term is 18th - 19th Feb)

Adult unlimited breakfast is £9.50 plus upto 2 children can eat free, which means you could eat from as little as £3.17 per person.

Valid everyday at this price including weekends

List of locations available HERE



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Choose as much as you like from our cooked and Continental selections, including crispy back bacon, succulent premium sausages, eggs as you like them, hash browns, pan-fried mushrooms and more, alongside beautifully baked pastries, cereal, fresh fruit, plus chilled juices, tea and unlimited Costa Coffee. Don’t forget – kids eat breakfast for free!*

*Up to two under-16s eat breakfast for free when one adult orders a full Premier Inn Breakfast. Served daily until 10.30am.


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Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would describe the Beefeater value as very poor. The food looks nothing like the pictures and believe me, i ain't fussy.Pancakes inedible, the cheapest of pastries/croissants - not even Tesco Value level Top photo shows, poached eggs - none available and scrambled eggs that look okay but are tasteless mush.
For two adults this is still £18 for at best, average food. If like many, you take children, then obviously this makes it good value.
Mind you, all that said, the one at Kings Cross London was fantastic.
For many,, you may find breakfasts at Wetherspoons or Toby Carvery etc better.
I wont vote as some will be better than others and if you take children etc....
Thanks for the OP for taking the time to post this though.
Odd description, next bank holiday is Friday April 19th! Hardly "coming up"
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You might want to keep an eye out for people with bigger-than-average plates...
Probably shouldn't think this way but whenever I see kids eat free etc I always think others are subsidising that offer which do not have kids and always find kids some of the most disruptive in restaurants so anywhere likely to have more of them becomes less appealing. Also under 16s seems a strange age limit. I don't think I ate more than when I was 15 years old. I have a local beefeater but have never been in there. £9.50 is a good deal for 3 people but absolutely terrible for people without children.
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I've had their cooked breakfast before while staying at a Premier Inn. It was delicious Heat added!
Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would describe the Beefeater value as very poor. The food looks nothing like the pictures and believe me, i ain't fussy.Pancakes inedible, the cheapest of pastries/croissants - not even Tesco Value level Top photo shows, poached eggs - none available and scrambled eggs that look okay but are tasteless mush.
For two adults this is still £18 for at best, average food. If like many, you take children, then obviously this makes it good value.
Mind you, all that said, the one at Kings Cross London was fantastic.
For many,, you may find breakfasts at Wetherspoons or Toby Carvery etc better.
I wont vote as some will be better than others and if you take children etc....
Thanks for the OP for taking the time to post this though.
Odd description, next bank holiday is Friday April 19th! Hardly "coming up"
gazdoubleu29 m ago

Odd description, next bank holiday is Friday April 19th! Hardly "coming up"



Thought the same thing
Love buffet brekkie
gazdoubleu1 h, 16 m ago

Odd description, next bank holiday is Friday April 19th! Hardly "coming up"


Exactly what I thought
Poor breakfasts for the price. It’s meant to be unlimited yet it’s cook to order majority of the time so unlimited doesn’t happen as your waiting on the one staff member running the whole place
But the BBC who are our leaders now and we must all do as they tell us, say we can only have half an egg a quarter of a rasher of bacon and half a sausage per week.
Can you just say you have two children to get the extra breakfasts?
We use this fairly often if we're going for breakfast with the kids.

Unlimited fruit juice, coffee (not the cheap stuff) and you can order as much cooked food as you'd like. It has the full continental too so it's pretty good value at £5 a head. Great start to the day if you've got a big day out planned.

Yes, the food isn't the greatest, but it's as good as Toby/Harvester etc which don't come with drinks and are a whole lot more limited.

We wouldn't go anywhere else for a nice cheap family breakfast.
Ikea is £3 per person.
NewForestMonkeyBrains4 h, 51 m ago

Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would …Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would describe the Beefeater value as very poor. The food looks nothing like the pictures and believe me, i ain't fussy.Pancakes inedible, the cheapest of pastries/croissants - not even Tesco Value level Top photo shows, poached eggs - none available and scrambled eggs that look okay but are tasteless mush.For two adults this is still £18 for at best, average food. If like many, you take children, then obviously this makes it good value.Mind you, all that said, the one at Kings Cross London was fantastic.For many,, you may find breakfasts at Wetherspoons or Toby Carvery etc better.I wont vote as some will be better than others and if you take children etc....Thanks for the OP for taking the time to post this though.


Whenever we have stayed at the Premier Inn Camborne, just down the way from Hayle, we go to the local Wetherspoons for breakfast. Half the price and many more options
Would love an eating challenge, my appetite is huge 😁
gazdoubleu4 h, 25 m ago

Odd description, next bank holiday is Friday April 19th! Hardly "coming up"


Sorry but there is a February half term coming up op is correct
I've had a beefeater breakfast whilst staying at a Premier Inn it was disgusting cold and full of grease just as well it was in with the price of the room cold from me
Probably shouldn't think this way but whenever I see kids eat free etc I always think others are subsidising that offer which do not have kids and always find kids some of the most disruptive in restaurants so anywhere likely to have more of them becomes less appealing. Also under 16s seems a strange age limit. I don't think I ate more than when I was 15 years old. I have a local beefeater but have never been in there. £9.50 is a good deal for 3 people but absolutely terrible for people without children.
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You might want to keep an eye out for people with bigger-than-average plates...
not sure the significance of the holidays if its on on the weekends, but for 1 adult and 3 kids this is a nice deal
Sam_Crow2 h, 3 m ago

Can you just say you have two children to get the extra breakfasts?


I mean you can, but the clue is unlimited.....you want two unlimited breakfasts?
jrw6 m ago

I mean you can, but the clue is unlimited.....you want two unlimited …I mean you can, but the clue is unlimited.....you want two unlimited breakfasts?


No, three.
NewForestMonkeyBrains5 h, 45 m ago

Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would …Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would describe the Beefeater value as very poor. The food looks nothing like the pictures and believe me, i ain't fussy.Pancakes inedible, the cheapest of pastries/croissants - not even Tesco Value level Top photo shows, poached eggs - none available and scrambled eggs that look okay but are tasteless mush.For two adults this is still £18 for at best, average food. If like many, you take children, then obviously this makes it good value.Mind you, all that said, the one at Kings Cross London was fantastic.For many,, you may find breakfasts at Wetherspoons or Toby Carvery etc better.I wont vote as some will be better than others and if you take children etc....Thanks for the OP for taking the time to post this though.


Agreed, the ones I have been too are poor, I remember them watering down the lemonade, I think they water down the water if they could (and they do, with ice).

It's like Wetherspoons evil half brother.
As others have said it's hit and miss whether you find a good Beefeater for breakfast. I've stayed in many a Premier Inn for work and find some are good while others not so much for breakfast. Still it's not a bad offer if you're eating with 2 kids going free.
rjace2 h, 0 m ago

Ikea is £3 per person.



That doesn't include coffee or juice or any of the extras like toast, fruit, croissant.

QPRdevon1 h, 35 m ago

Whenever we have stayed at the Premier Inn Camborne, just down the way …Whenever we have stayed at the Premier Inn Camborne, just down the way from Hayle, we go to the local Wetherspoons for breakfast. Half the price and many more options



You still need to pay extra for the drinks with the Wetherspoons breakfast. So the £4 or so cooked breakfast, plus a coffee is already £5.50. If you want juice or some extra pastries or anything its quite easy to get close to £9.

Although personally I think this one is a little expensive, Harvester is a bit cheaper and still unlimited. Toby Carvery is cheaper still but doesn't have the continental items and coffee is not included.

But I've had a worse breakfast at the Alton Towers Hotel, all the chain pubs still beat it.
Bzylizi1 h, 48 m ago

Sorry but there is a February half term coming up op is correct


Sorry but that's not a Bank Holiday
NewForestMonkeyBrains7 h, 15 m ago

Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would …Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would describe the Beefeater value as very poor. The food looks nothing like the pictures and believe me, i ain't fussy.Pancakes inedible, the cheapest of pastries/croissants - not even Tesco Value level Top photo shows, poached eggs - none available and scrambled eggs that look okay but are tasteless mush.For two adults this is still £18 for at best, average food. If like many, you take children, then obviously this makes it good value.Mind you, all that said, the one at Kings Cross London was fantastic.For many,, you may find breakfasts at Wetherspoons or Toby Carvery etc better.I wont vote as some will be better than others and if you take children etc....Thanks for the OP for taking the time to post this though.


Funnily enough I found beefeater to be much better than Toby carvery, maybe it's just dependent on the store. Never had a problem with any of the spoons breakfasts I've had though!
Good deal for Single BUMS on benefits with childrens under the school age, who can't be arsed to cook.

3...2...1.....sh1t storm start

Otherwise its just poor breakfast🤢 at a hefty price.
Oh and that Costa Coffee is usually from coffee machine, not done by barista so I wouldn't say its the real deal Costa 🙈
Any1 who like's a Whitbread breakfast must not have any taste buds and really enjoy the mid morning rush to the lav..
my local brewers fayre has similar pricing at £9.50 for an adult and 2 children. its buffet style there. works out fab when i take the 2 young ones. coffee/cappuccino etc machine, full fry up, pastries and pancakes, NUTELLA and jams, and then juice on tap. topped off with red berries with yoghurt and washed down with a couple of muffins! keeps them lit till bedtime!

this money prob only get u 2 coffees in a costa - heat from me!
I love my local Beefeaters unlimited breaky. But only go with kids. Its always busy so the food is fairly fresh on the buffet, great selection and the kids love it. Weymouth beefeater.
cannycoyote1 h, 42 m ago

my local brewers fayre has similar pricing at £9.50 for an adult and 2 …my local brewers fayre has similar pricing at £9.50 for an adult and 2 children. its buffet style there. works out fab when i take the 2 young ones. coffee/cappuccino etc machine, full fry up, pastries and pancakes, NUTELLA and jams, and then juice on tap. topped off with red berries with yoghurt and washed down with a couple of muffins! keeps them lit till bedtime!this money prob only get u 2 coffees in a costa - heat from me!


What a healthy lifestyle 🤢🙈
One meal a day?
Sam_Crow8 h, 16 m ago

Can you just say you have two children to get the extra breakfasts?


But if it's already all you can eat/unlimited, what's the advantage of doing so?
flamintight4 h, 4 m ago

Good deal for Single BUMS on benefits with childrens under the school age, …Good deal for Single BUMS on benefits with childrens under the school age, who can't be arsed to cook.3...2...1.....sh1t storm start Otherwise its just poor breakfast🤢 at a hefty price.Oh and that Costa Coffee is usually from coffee machine, not done by barista so I wouldn't say its the real deal Costa 🙈


I agree about what you point out about Costa coffee, but the rest of your post is a bit judgmental and mean-spirited. Some people have a very limited budget, so deals like this that might help are useful and to be lauded. Whilst everyone would always prefer a more luxurious option, sometimes it's not always possible. Nor does being a single parent/single/on benefits make somebody a bum.
jyw1046 h, 25 m ago

[Image] You might want to keep an eye out for people with …[Image] You might want to keep an eye out for people with bigger-than-average plates...


Maximum Plateage!!!!!
flamintight17 m ago

What a healthy lifestyle 🤢🙈One meal a day?


im only responding to say im not responding to this a mark twain saying does spring to mind tho...
Edited by: "cannycoyote" 18th Jan
cooliodealio15 m ago

I agree about what you point out about Costa coffee, but the rest of your …I agree about what you point out about Costa coffee, but the rest of your post is a bit judgmental and mean-spirited. Some people have a very limited budget, so deals like this that might help are useful and to be lauded. Whilst everyone would always prefer a more luxurious option, sometimes it's not always possible. Nor does being a single parent/single/on benefits make somebody a bum.


Judgemental and mean-spirited?

If you're on limited budget you don't go to Pub/Restaurant for a breakfast as you can cook that at home for an adult and 2 kids for way less than £9.50 (not to mention travel costs unless you live next to one)

More luxurious option? Oh dear, didn't know that £9.50 breakfast is a usual option for average folk

And I didn't say that being a single parent/on benefits makes someone a bum but you know exactly what I'm on about
I am a single mum but due to illness I struggle to focus on cooking things like breakfasts as struggle with multi step tasks and also have blackouts/seizures. I quslify for help each week but more for helping me get out and about due to seizures/falling, memory issue and tasks involving me. I asked but i couldnt get help with things involving me managing being a parent better OR training to help manage household tasks better and for minor diy with this health change and my chronic fatigue. I declined the extra help in end cos i couldnt get it for the area i most wanted, to help me be as good mum as i could with limitations.

Anyway things like this are great for me and daughters as a treat, although can be difficult to get to a lot of eating places in time as local bus services to city takes almost 1.5 hrs and on a sunday is 2 hourly and starts later in mornings. Just glad i got a buss pass so it only costs £4.30 as opposed to £16 for day ticket for 3 of us if we want to eat in larger cheap deal places or buy clothing/other things we would like to see and touch that wasnt in an online shop. Before i got the pass, trips were once or twice a month which made having a child with slim feet and waist and sensitive to materials/smell etc challenging.

Believe it or not life is not all fun and luxury for separated or single parents, regardless of what you read in newspaprrs and some forums.
flamintight4 h, 15 m ago

Judgemental and mean-spirited?If you're on limited budget you don't go to …Judgemental and mean-spirited?If you're on limited budget you don't go to Pub/Restaurant for a breakfast as you can cook that at home for an adult and 2 kids for way less than £9.50 (not to mention travel costs unless you live next to one) More luxurious option? Oh dear, didn't know that £9.50 breakfast is a usual option for average folk And I didn't say that being a single parent/on benefits makes someone a bum but you know exactly what I'm on about


Depends how hungry the adult and kids are. Buying food and cooking it yourself adds up quickly, not including washing and cleaning.

It's not a luxury option, that's all I'm saying at <£3.33 a head for all you can eat.
Edited by: "cooliodealio" 18th Jan
NewForestMonkeyBrains16 h, 24 m ago

Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would …Well, we've not long come back from Hayle Premier Inn at Cornwall. I would describe the Beefeater value as very poor. The food looks nothing like the pictures and believe me, i ain't fussy.Pancakes inedible, the cheapest of pastries/croissants - not even Tesco Value level Top photo shows, poached eggs - none available and scrambled eggs that look okay but are tasteless mush.For two adults this is still £18 for at best, average food. If like many, you take children, then obviously this makes it good value.Mind you, all that said, the one at Kings Cross London was fantastic.For many,, you may find breakfasts at Wetherspoons or Toby Carvery etc better.I wont vote as some will be better than others and if you take children etc....Thanks for the OP for taking the time to post this though.


It's not a beefeater in Hayle, it's a brewer's fayre. That might have been your problem lol
nikkiandmidgets1 h, 51 m ago

I am a single mum but due to illness I struggle to focus on cooking things …I am a single mum but due to illness I struggle to focus on cooking things like breakfasts as struggle with multi step tasks and also have blackouts/seizures. I quslify for help each week but more for helping me get out and about due to seizures/falling, memory issue and tasks involving me. I asked but i couldnt get help with things involving me managing being a parent better OR training to help manage household tasks better and for minor diy with this health change and my chronic fatigue. I declined the extra help in end cos i couldnt get it for the area i most wanted, to help me be as good mum as i could with limitations.Anyway things like this are great for me and daughters as a treat, although can be difficult to get to a lot of eating places in time as local bus services to city takes almost 1.5 hrs and on a sunday is 2 hourly and starts later in mornings. Just glad i got a buss pass so it only costs £4.30 as opposed to £16 for day ticket for 3 of us if we want to eat in larger cheap deal places or buy clothing/other things we would like to see and touch that wasnt in an online shop. Before i got the pass, trips were once or twice a month which made having a child with slim feet and waist and sensitive to materials/smell etc challenging.Believe it or not life is not all fun and luxury for separated or single parents, regardless of what you read in newspaprrs and some forums.


Thanks for sharing...
There really are some absolute gems of human existence on this thread eh?

"I don't like to eat in restaurants with kids" - you know what, you're not missed at all. We were all kids once and I can guarantee with an attitude like yours you weren't a wee angel. People with kids are entitled to live top, not just lock themselves away until their kids leave home, but I bet you're one of those numpties that sneer at any kid that dares utter a word at a restaurant or worse, cries! God forbid!

Then theres the weird "single parents haven but too expensive and terrible food" - for single parents this is most likely one of the few treats their kids will get. If this is an option to some because it's only £3 a head for a parent and two kids then that's for a good a deal as you can get. When I was wee I'd have loved to be able to do something like this. Would I have minded that the food wasn't the highest quality or that the coffee isn't served by a barista? Em, no! Personally it doesn't matter much to me if I press the button on a coffee machine or someone else does, the same stuff still comes out.

Rant over. As I said before it's great value if you have kids. Last time I looked there were a fair few people who did! If you don't then you've got plenty other choice, but that doesn't make this deal any worse! And how good is it that they count children as up to 16 too?
Edited by: "johnw84" 19th Jan
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