We stayed at this B&B over a beautiful May weekend. It was an easy commute from DC, and we had the whole B&B rented out. There are now new innkeepers who just took over that week, Tom and his wife. They are wonderfully enthusiastic and thoughtful amenities include homemade mints at night, delicious cookies and Sherry by the fireplace, a wonderfully stocked open Irish bar which the men enjoyed thoroughly each night with their poker games, and lovely red carnations for the ladies at checkout. Breakfast on both mornings included delightful chocolate chip scones or blueberry scones with a scrumptious orange glaze, a full assortment of continental breakfast items, and the main breakfast was eggs benedict on one morning, apple fritter on croissant with sausage on Sunday (yum!). We hope the innkeepers don't burn themselves out. The whirlpool tubs in nearly every room where a delight. We had one couple more than rooms, so we shared a tower suite, the Plum cottage, with another couple. The bed and pullout in that cottage could both use an upgrade or a foam or feather topper, but I believe everyone else slept fairly well. FUN!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Killahevlin is a circa 1905 mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. We enjoy views of the mountains from all of our rooms. ... more less