King's Manor Bed & Breakfast
Historical Information
The Perfect Getaway
Kings Manor Bed and Breakfast is a circa 1884 Victorian farmhouse. This Victorian farmhouse was built in the architectural design of an "I" house. Originally found in the central United States this design was also known as the "ultimate dog trot" house with rooms of equal measurement on either side of a central entrance. This sturdy, yet elegant, home is nestled under oaks on 2-acres in the lovely town of Oviedo, Florida.

Built around 1884 by George Browne, speaker of the House of Representatives in Florida in 1887. Mr. Browne then sold the house in 1890 to the King family. They then keep the house until 1970 when it was sold to the McCarley family, who then sold it to the current owner's in 1992. The current family, Roberta and Paul McQueen, have restored this lovely home to a grand elegance to give rest to those who visit. Kings Manor was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in September, 2001.

Roberta and Paul have 12 years experience in the hospitality industry. They consider hospitality their ministry of life. Being bed and breakfast travelers    themselves has enhanced their ability to show hospitality to strangers.

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