Enjoy North Dallas' best kept secret! Historic downtown McKinney offers unique boutiques and shopping, live music, fine dining, art galleries, wineries, and a charming bed and breakfast just a 7 minute walk away!
King size bed, table and chairs for dining and visiting. Full bathroom attached. WIFI. Very quiet and private first floor room, just adjacent to the lovely living room and porch. 169 double occupancy, including breakfast. (119 for weekday business guests traveling alone; rate includes coffee/juice continental breakfast.)
Lovely upstairs suite with 4-poster queen size bed. Also, a twin size daybed with a trundle, a comfy couch, reading nook, and table and chairs. Fridge, coffee area, and attached sitting room along with private bathroom! The whole upstairs is yours! 179 double occupancy, including breakfast. (Weekday business guests traveling solo $129. Rate includes continental breakfast.Add'l weekday business guest in The Sweet $59 per person.)
Private entrance from wraparound porch into warm cozy room with queen size bed. Bathroom is within the room, with large glass tiled shower. (Rate is 169 double occupancy including breakfast. Weekday business guests traveling alone and not requiring breakfast rate is 129. Continental breakfast included in business rate.)
4.6 on April 22, 2014
My wife and I stayed in The Sweet for a night celebrating her birthday. We live in McKinney, but had not stayed here before. Vicki was a friendly hostess and great cook. We didn't get to meet Wayne. The whole place was beautiful. Our suite was comfy. We highly recommend this place!
5 on September 25, 2012
Staying at the McKinney Bed and Breakfast was the best decision my husband and I made for a weekend mini-getaway. The house is gorgeous and no detail has been left out. Each room is immaculate, comfortable and unique, as well as private. However, the true charm lies with the owners. Their charm and personality makes this a once-in-a-lifetime kind of retreat. Plus, the feast of a breakfast is to die for. If you are ever in McKinney, don't even think about staying anywhere else. Make your memories with the Hills at McKinney B&B!
Historic neighborhood, Downtown, Small town
Dallas, TX (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth) 35 miles
Taking the NORTH exit from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, travel east on 121/Sam Rayburn to I-75/Central Expressway. Drive north on I-75/Central Expressway to Exit 40A/Louisiana-Virginia. Turn right, and travel less than one mile to College Street. Turn right on College. Turn right on Howell, then an immediate left on Parker. House is 3rd on the right. Drive time from DFW to McKinney Bed and Breakfast is approximately 30-40 minutes. Go to .dfwconnector/dfw_airport for current construction information.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Nature area, Festivals, Craft fairs, Monthly art walks, Ghost tours, Horse and carriage tours, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Piano, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Local Festivals, Local Festivals, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Wayne and Vicki Hill
Hardcore baseball fans who also love theatre, dancing, church, fine food, great books, and our awesome kids and grandkids!
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-free
Waffles and Fried Chicken; Brisket Hash
Wake up to double chocolate hazelnut or white chocolate cranberry biscotti at your door, along with the morning paper and piping hot coffee or tea, to enjoy in your guest room. For breakfast, we often serve soul food, Texas-style: Tender juicy brisket cooked in strong Mexican beer served plate-side with diced potatoes topped with a fresh ranchero sauce, fried egg and crowned with a rich hollandaise sauce. A southern delicacy of Waffles and Fried Chicken, served with boursin cheese and strawberry sauce or take it straight up with FRESH maple syrup. Breakfast dessert varies with the cook's mood: warm double-double stuffed oreo doughnut, or fresh blueberry cobbler served with a pumpkin spice cookie.