This was our second time staying at KKV, and I LOVED IT. This is a true honest review, I am not being compensated in any way. I love it so much here that we have already booked our third stay. We are trying one of the different rooms this time. Our first two stays we were in room 905, a beautiful corner room with 5 huge windows. It is over the quilt shop. There are only 17 rooms and they are all tucked away among the shops. We paid $139.00 a night. When we arrived both times there was jam and crackers, homemade fudge and coupons for area stores waiting in our room. It was too cold and rainy to ramble through the village of stores, but I did get my goat fix several times at the petting zoo on the premises. I love that the stores close at 5 p.m. (6 in the busy tourist months) and we have full run of the village.
Free take home coffee travel mugs. Our room fee includes all the coffee we want from three different restaurants in the village. You can bet I took advantage of this!
Our room also includes a hot breakfast each morning. The one glitch to this B&B is that the village stores/restaurants are all closed on Sunday. So, if you stay on a Saturday night you get a coupon to go to the village bakery and get a dozen very large cookies (you pick!) On all other mornings of the week you can choose from the Sweet Start (delicious french toast with vanilla whipped cream and your choice of two large sausage patties or 4 slices of bacon), Two eggs any style with toast and fried potatoes or baked cinnamon oatmeal with fresh fruit (a generous portion) All of these entrees are on their menu ranging from 7.99 to 9.99. It also includes homemade jams, syrup, coffee and tea. If none of these choices float your boat you are given a credit towards anything on the menu. Tip is not included. DH did get juice both mornings. For $8.00 OOP with juice and tip I thought it was well worth the money.
We are trying a room in the Kurtz house above a different building in June. Here is a photo from their website for this room.