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Welcome to the King’s Hill Inn & Barn!

A brief history: the majestic post and beam dairy barn was built in 1899 and fully restored in 2014 and is sitting on 25 acres of fields and forest, all surrounded by stone walls. Alongside our barn, we have a bed and breakfast with elaborate gardens and our very own serene chapel. The house stands on the original foundation of the dwelling built by Samuel King prior to 1798, and the front rooms of the house date to that time.  Samuel King married Sally Hall in 1798, and they had 11 children, the most famous of whom was Horatio King, born in 1811.  Horatio King was an editor of his own paper called the Jefferson and most well known for his position as Postmaster General under President Buchanan.