The 2024 Grand Cottage is now open at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort

Mar 04, 2024 in "Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa"

2024 Grand Cottage at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort
Posted: Monday March 4, 2024 8:45am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Grand Cottage is back for its third year at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort, selling house-made Easter treats.

Operating hours are 9 am to 9 pm daily beginning March 3, 2024.

The Grand Cottage presents a seasonal menu that includes a variety of Easter-inspired treats. You can start with the simple Hot Cross Bun or an Easter Marshmallow Pop, each at $4.50.

For something a bit different, a Guava Cream Cheese Sweet Roll is available for $4.75. The menu also features a Bunny Burrow Dirt Cup for $7.00, a Fruity Cereal Mickey Pop at $7.25, and a Carrot Blondie Pop for $7.50. For white chocolate lovers, there's a White Chocolate Bunny Pop priced at $8.00. A Lemon Blueberry Whoopie Pie is offered at $8.25, and a Confetti Pop at $9.75 for those looking for a fruity or festive treat.

More substantial options include a Milk Chocolate Bunny for $12.00, a box of assorted macarons, and a Bunny Pop Flower Pot, each for $15.00. For a unique experience, there's The Grand Egg for $20.00 and the opportunity to Paint Your Own Chocolate Egg for $25.00. For those looking for a variety of sweets, The Easter Treat Box includes a selection of items for $80.00.

Note that The Grand Cottage does not offer discounts on these seasonal items.

The Grand Cottage Easter Treat menu 2024

Hot Cross Bun - $4.50
Easter Marshmallow Pop - $4.50
Guava Cream Cheese Sweet Roll - $4.75
Bunny Burrow Dirt Cup - $7.00
Fruity Cereal Mickey Pop - $7.25
Carrot Blondie Pop - $7.50
White Chocolate Bunny Pop - $8.00
Lemon Blueberry Whoopie Pie - $8.25
Confetti Pop - $9.75
Milk Chocolate Bunny - $12.00
Macaron Box - $15.00
Bunny Pop Flower Pot - $15.00
The Grand Egg - $20.00
Paint Your Own Chocolate Egg - $25.00
The Easter Treat Box - $80.00
No Discounts Apply.

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DCBakerMar 24, 2024

Times to meet Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny at Magic Kingdom have been added to My Disney Experience.

SaucyBoyMar 18, 2024

Looking forward to getting back to WDW next week for all the Easter/springtime festivities since 2019; it's such a lovely time of year down there.

AylaMar 18, 2024

That Beauty and the Beast egg is INCREDIBLE!! Wow!

DCBakerMar 18, 2024

Disney has shared a behind-the-scenes look at how Easter Egg displays are made at Walt Disney World. Here's a link to the post on the front page:

MrPromeyMar 05, 2024

Agreed. It was more of a sarcastic rhetorical question. Disney has a history of "paying tribute" to stuff they decided to get rid of which has always puzzled me. With things like this, I get it. With the collectable merchandise, it's always a bit more confusing. Still, would be interesting explaining to your child what this thing was that was done before they were born and then trying to come up with an answer when they ask why they got rid of it: "Well, it had to go back to Disneyland." "So it's at Disneyland?" "Well no. It got replaced by another light parade called Paint the Night." "What did they replace it with here?" "A new DVC." "Huh?" "Nevermind. They replaced it with nothing." "So Paint the Night is at Disneyland now? What happened to the Electric Parade?" "Well they actually brought the electric parade back to Disneyland after Paint the Night but then replaced it again with Paint the Night but they don't have a nighttime parade, either now." ... kid has already lost interest and is three eggs down.

asianwayMar 05, 2024

Things like this are usually done by lower tier cast who miss ::fill in the blank thing that should have never been removed”. Upper management would never even as a taunt.

MrPromeyMar 05, 2024

Does this mean MSEP is coming back or are they just taunting us all with a homage what they took away and never replaced?

wdwmagicMar 03, 2024

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JohnDFeb 21, 2024

Apparently, a "foodie guide" is forthcoming.