Kelumac Christmas Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast

10379 Taylor Road, Bryan, Texas 77808
Innkeeper(s): Keith & Marie McDaniel
  • Overview of Christmas Trees in the  Field

    Overview of Christmas Trees in the Field

  • Front entrance area to Country Antique Guest Room(Main Home)

    Front entrance area to Country Antique Guest Room(Main Home)

  • View of Exterior of our Sans Souci Guest Cottage

    View of Exterior of our Sans Souci Guest Cottage

  • Sans Souci Kitchenette Area

    Sans Souci Kitchenette Area

  • Country Antique Guest Room

    Country Antique Guest Room

  • Sans Souci Guest Room

    Sans Souci Guest Room

  • Birds Eye View Of Farm

    Birds Eye View Of Farm

  • Outside view of Sans Souci Guest Room

    Outside view of Sans Souci Guest Room

 
  • Introduction

    Kelumac Christmas Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast located in Bryan, Texas, invites you to escape and take time to enjoy the smell of nature, the aroma of pines as they spill out their fragrance, while you relax on the deck reflecting back on the enjoyments in this life. You might hear an owl hooting, a coyote howling or a frog croaking. Enjoy catching a catfish out of the pond or just relaxing with a good book.

    We provide beautiful, clean rooms for your comfort and a delicious breakfast each morning, served in your room or at our table.

    Kelumac Bed and Breakfast - Bryan, Texas

     

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Keith & Marie McDaniel for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    They are attending events at Texas A&M or attending a family event in Bryan/College Station Texas or Robertson County Area. They seem to like a much quieter place rather than a hotel where noise can be a problem at times. Also during peak football season and other TAMU events the hotels double their pricing. Our rates are consistent.

    What are you best known for?

    We are best known for our friendliness, good breakfast and the relaxing atmosphere of being in the country. We do like to sit down with our guest and talk with them.

    What makes your inn unique?

    We are a Christmas Tree Farm with accommodations and quiet country atmosphere. Most people come from larger cities where noise is an everyday distraction.

    What do you love most about your inn?

    Quiet environment with nature around us that we enjoy and like to share with our guest

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    They are attending events at Texas A&M (TAMU Graduation, football games and other sport events, Parents weekend) George Bush Library or attending a family event in Bryan/College Station Texas or Robertson County area.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    "Dear ones: Thank you for much more than the bed and breakfast. Thank you for being here and your dedication to America. We are blessed to have been in your presence and at your table. I know we have just scratched the service with our short visit. We look forward to seeing you again. What more could we ask for beautiful spot, good sleep, great breakfast and meeting new friends grounded in the foundation of America."

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Edge General Store located in Edge TX. Within 20 minutes of Bryan/College Station TX. It is over 100 yrs. old. Abandoned for many years reopened in 2007. They serve food and have gift items for sale. Have live local musicians on Thursday and Saturday's. Menu consist of Sandwiches, hamburgers, chicken fried steak, rib eye steak, catfish, shrimp, and Chef Salads. www.edgegeneralstore.com/

    Camp Hearne is World War II prisoner of war camp located north of Hearne Tx. Which is approximately 20 miles  northwest Bryan/College Station Tx. Approximately 4800 prisoners were housed in this compound during the war. http://camphearne.com/

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    Visit the George Bush Library, TAMU Rudder Theater Concerts, Messina Hof Winery, Shopping Downtown Bryan, First Friday events every month, Visit Roundtop, TX., Chappell Hill TX. & Independence TX. during Texas bluebonnet bloom.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    No. Being in the located in the country side you can take a walk in our woods or on a country road to view wildlife in the area. 

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Café Cappri (Italian) in Downtown Bryan, -Pei Wei(Chinese) College Station, TX., -Tin Chin Diner(Chinese) Bryan, TX.-The Dixie Cafe(Home style cooking) Hearne, TX., -Shipwreck Grill(Seafood) Bryan, TX., -The Lemon Wedge(Steaks & Seafood) Bryan TX.- Coco Moda(Fine Dining and Chocolates) Calvert Tx.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    www.visitaggieland.com/
    www.insitebrazosvalley.com
    bushlibrary.tamu.edu/

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have 2 rooms.

    Do you accept pets?

    No pets. All other B&B in area do not accept pets.

     

  • Directions to the Farm

    From Bryan, Texas

    • Take State Highway 6 North to O.S.R (Old Spanish Road)
    • Turn right on O.S.R. to Jackrabbit Lane (1 1/2 mi.)
    • Turn left on Jackrabbit Lane to Taylor Road (3 1/2 mi.)
    • The Farm and Bed & Breakfast is located at end of Taylor Road.
    • (Follow KELUMAC Christmas Tree Farm signs).

    From Hearne Texas

    • Take State Highway 6 South to FM 2549. 
    • Turn left on FM 2549 to Jackrabbit Lane (1 1/2 mi.)
    • Turn right on Jackrabbit Lane to Taylor Road (3 1/2 mi.)
    • The Farm and Bed & Breakfast is located at end of Taylor Road.
    • (Follow KELUMAC Christmas Tree Farm signs).
  • Reviews by our Customers

    "Thanks for the peaceful stay. Would recommend to everyone."

    Sepolio Family (Texas)
    February/2013

    "Wonderful! Peaceful & Great Hospitality! See you in May. Gig em!"

    Norton Family (Texas)
    November/2012

    "Thank you so much for making our 1st anniversary so very special! The food Lou makes is super delicious!"

    Houck Family (Texas)
    October/2012

    "First time here won’t be the last. Came to see Aggies play LSU. Close but no win for the Ags! Your place was like “coming home” and we enjoyed our stay and visit with the both of you."

    Odlozil Family(Texas)
    October/ 2012

    "We loved our visit! Thank you for your hospitality. We felt like part of your family. We will definitely post good reviews on the web. Loved the breakfast and snacks."

    Holley Family (Texas)
    September/2012

    "Just Arrived! Cute place saw a white axis deer and love the Christmas Trees on the way in. Good night’s sleep. Love the hospitality and friendliness of Keith & Lou. Breakfast was great as well as the Company. Just plain good folks."

    Kisel Family (Texas)
    August/2012

    "Love it here. Second time to visit. We will be back again."

    Worley Family (Texas)
    May/2012

    "Dear ones: Thank you for much more than the bed and breakfast. Thank you for being here and your dedication to America. We are blessed to have been in your presence and at your table. I know we have just scratched the service with our short visit. We look forward to seeing you again. What more could we ask for beautiful spot, good sleep, great breakfast and meeting new friends grounded in the foundation of America."

    Knowlton Family (Texas)
    April/2012

    "Down for Parents weekend for our son in the Corp. What a delightful stay. Comfortable cabin, quiet, excellent breakfast and delightful host and hostess. We are looking forward for many more stays in the future."

    Plitnik Family (Alaska)
    April/2012

  • Area Events

    • TAMU Graduations May 10, 11, and 12th, 2013
    • TAMU Graduations August 15, 16, and 17th, 2013
    • Brazos County Fair and Expo September 5,6,7 and 8th 2013 Starting Thursday daily 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Brazos County Expo Center
    • September 27 and 28, 2013 Texas Reds Festival  in Downtown Bryan, TX.

    Starlight Series 2013 at Wolfpen Creek Amphitheater Schedule

    • May 4th Rick Trevino with guest Del Castillo
    • May 25th Ruthie Foster with guest Carrie Rodriguez
    • June 8th Midnight Express with guess Razz Band