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!
5 on December 18, 2014
This was our first ever stay at a Bed and Breakfast. We did not quite know what to expect. We loved our Latte Room. We had a private entrance, which Vicki chose, specifically for us since we were first timers. Breakfast was to die for. I never knew you could have dessert at the third course. I feel so deprived that I missed this my whole life. LOL. The Best part..we could pick our own time for our yummy breakfast or was it the coffee and homemade biscotti delivered outside our room every morning or was it our great host and hostess Vicki and Wayne who are fun, friendly and made us feel so welcomed? We can't decide which it was so I guess this means we need to go back again to figure it out. Michael and Marika
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!
The Sweet, a beautiful large upstairs suite, offers 3 rooms: a totally separate private sitting room, a full bathroom, and a bedroom with a queen bed and a twin bed. Spacious and filled with natural light, it has 2 comfortable chairs, a dresser, a vanity table, a table, a small fridge, and even an electric fireplace. A unique nook filled with interesting books has a comfy spot for burrowing in with a good book and even a nap!
This lovely first-floor room was the heart of the home 130 years ago. There are bricks inside the walls from the old fireplaces and furnace flues, making for the quietest and most peaceful night's rest you've had in a long time. The Green Room is named for a surfing term, and described by surfers who have experienced it as the ultimate euphoric state in surfing. Once a surfer has experienced the green room (to be under the curl of a huge green wave) he or she knows the meaning of "time standing still". The Green Room is located at the end of a private hallway on the main floor of the house. It has a small reading nook, closet, shelves, 3 tables, reading lights, and 2 comfortable chairs. It is encircled in art and books. A beautifully renovated completely private bathroom is located just outside the bedroom door with a large shower, fluffy towels, personal-size shampoo and conditioner, shower gel, lotion, and make-up removers. Blow-dryer and great natural light included.
They say that the best things come in small packages, and there is no doubt that this applies to the lovely little Latte Room. In its former life this warm, intimate guest room was a parlor. But now there's a charming cast iron vessel sink and a funky glass tile shower where the old fireplace once was. The Latte Room earned its name from a favorite Canadian guest who said it was like a luscious latte! One gracious guest said it felt like a warm hug. A lush queen-size bed is surrounded by books and makes for the perfect romantic getaway from those screaming kids. Or grandkids. Or bosses. Or just those little voices in your head. From the front porch, the Latte Room is completely closed off from the rest of the house with it's own separate keyed entrance, making your time in the Latte Room feel extra private. Enjoy access to the main house at any time during your stay, but with a table for two and a couple of rockers just steps outside your door, you may never want to leave. The ensuite bathroom (cool B&B word that means private and accessible only from the bedroom) has a large glass tiled shower with a rain-style shower head. It is stocked with soft towels, shower gel, travel-size toiletries, and a blowdryer.
Historic neighborhood, Downtown, Small town
Dallas, TX (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth) 35 miles
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.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Nature area, Night life, Festivals, Craft fairs, Monthly art walks, Ghost tours, Horse and carriage tours, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Tours, Winery
Other, Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Parking, Piano, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Local Festivals and events , 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.