This Bed and Breakfast located on a 23 acre Christmas Tree Farm in the country! The Sans Souci Room is decorated in vivid bright colors of Provence France. Several Flemish paintings from Belgium adorn this room. Luxuriate in this room and the peacefulness of the country. Enjoy the smell of nature, the aroma of pines as they spill out their fragrance. As you relax on the deck reflecting back on the enjoyments in this life. You might catch a flicker of a catfish turning in the pond, a owl hooting, coyotes howling or frog crocking. Enjoy catching a catfish out of the pond or just sitting around the pond and reading a good book. Enjoy the occasional squirrel, white tail deer, and the many songbirds that may come into sight. You have 23 acres to walk around leisurely in country dress attire(Remember you are in the Country)
5 on November 15, 2015
Great stay with great hosts! The bedroom was large and very comfortable. It is a little of the main road but that is what makes it unique. Very quiet and peaceful. The breakfast both mornings was delicious. Highly recommend this place and we will be back.
5 on September 20, 2015
My wife and I stayed in the main house Friday night (9/18/15) before an A&M football game. Hosts were very accommodating as we were going to be checking in late. Keith met us and showed us around the house and made us feel very welcome. Rooms and bathroom serviced it's purpose well and the breakfast was great. Sausage and egg sandwich on croissant with coffee fruit and toast. Would stay again!
4.0 on May 13, 2015
We only stayed one night but the little house was exactly what we needed. Keith and Lou are very nice. Lou made us a wonderful breakfast even though we told her not to because we had to leave so early in the morning. We met the 2 dogs and they were as sweet as can be. I think we would have enjoyed our stay much more if we had been able to stay longer. It is a bit out of the way, but isn't that what you want - peace and quiet.
5 on January 02, 2015
Warm, cozy, and delightfully decorated small apartment. Nestled in the woods, this Bed and Breakfast was a wonderful place to stay while visiting A& M. The owners are delightful and the breakfast was delicious!
5 on November 05, 2014
Keith and Lou were the most gracious of hosts, accommodating our gluten free son with grace. Beautiful land, comfortable, very clean Sans Souci room with thoughtful amenities. We will be back in May for graduation!
4.4 on October 08, 2014
Nice alternative to a B&B in town! Secluded location in a very nice setting adjacent to their Christmas tree farm. Great homemade breakfast and very nice innkeepers.
4.6 on September 16, 2014
Couple were very nice and made me feel right at home and took good care of me
5 on August 28, 2014
We were looking for a place to stay in Aggieland while we helped our daughter move-in her dorm. What we discovered was the most delightful B&B. We enjoyed getting to know the McDaniels and how they came to be "tree farmers" and B&B proprietors. As if we needed another reason to visit Aggieland (our daughter is Class of '17) we now know of an ideal, peaceful place to stay and catch our breath as we escape from the rather crowded, frantic pace of "Texas Avenue".
5 on April 27, 2014
My wife and I rode a Harley Trike to the farm and arrived without warning. Our kind of place. Good people. Good food. Very clean rooms. And best of all, peace, quiet, solitude of the country. Although a bit "out of the way", it was the prescription that filled what we needed to get away from Houston. You can't go wrong with a stay here if you love the country like we do. Lois and Jim Van Winkle, Dahlgren IL
4.8 on March 08, 2014
While my family woke up in a gritty motel in College Station (which understandably had the last available room during a sporting event), I strolled the Kelumac Christmas tree farm to a chorus of birds. I was treated like an honored houseguest. Wonderful hosts, lovely room and great breakfast. A bit of a drive out of town, but very much worth it.
Countryside, Rural, Secluded, Small town, Wine country
Houston, TX (IAH-Bush Intercontinental) 100 miles
From Bryan/College Tx. take State Hwy. 6 North to O.S.R (Old San Antonio Road) turn right on O.S.R. left on Jackrabbit Lane(1.5mi.) then take left on Taylor Road (3.4 mi.) Bed and Breakfast, Farm located at the end of Taylor Road on Left. Signs on roads. From Hearne take Hi.6 south to FM. 2549 turn east(left) to Jackrabbit 1.5 miles turn south(right)about 3.4 miles to Taylor road head west(right)another 1.5 miles to Farm/Bed and Breakfast which is located on the left side at end of road.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Messina HOF Winery, Texas A&M University, Washington on the Brazos State Park, Reed Arena at T.A.M.U., Antiques in Calvert & Bryan Texas, George Bush Library, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Tours, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Cottage, Farm, Cabin
Copier, Fax Machine, Ironing Board, Telephone, Wired internet
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Kitchenette, Microwave, Movie library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Private entrance, Radio, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes
Keith and Marie McDaniel
Flemish, English, French
Cats , Dogs
Keith: Christmas Tree Grower, Gardening , Wood crafts, music; Marie:Cooking,decor Gardening and travel
Breakfast Gluten Free upon your request
Best Buttermilk Pancakes
Buttermilk pancakes from this recipe offer our guest a tasty treat when served with bacon, good syrup or brown sugar, and fresh strawberries. All of guest seem to enjoy this for breakfast and seems to finish their stay with us as a nice simple touch.