Pratt Place Inn and Barn is one of only two properties in the state of Arkansas to receive a coveted designation by Forbes Travel Guide, whose luxury travel ratings are the gold standard for hospitality excellence.
“We are delighted to bring this award to Fayetteville,” said Julian Archer, owner of Pratt Place Inn. “We opened five year ago, and have worked tirelessly to create a place of elegance and luxury while still feeling comfortable and relaxed. Our priority is delivering the renowned Southern gracious, thoughtful and personalized service to our guests complemented by a European decor of antiques and sophistication.”
We’ve compiled a list of our top 10 favorite spring break activities in Fayetteville. Call us to plan your trip today!
1. Catch a Razorback Baseball Game at Fayetteville’s renowned Baum Stadium. The Diamond Hogs (as they’re known by the locals) open conference play at home on March 21 against Alabama.
2. Celebrate the luck of the Irish at Fayetteville’s St. Patrick’s Day on the Hill festival. Don’t miss the parade, bagpipe band, or craft beer garden!
3. Visit the land of fairy tales and handmade art at Terra Studios. Watch glassblowers make the iconic Bluebirds of Happiness, then head outdoors to explore the outdoor labyrinth or play a giant game of chess.
This two-round world-record capability water ski tournament will be used to select the four-member U.S. Junior Water Ski Team that will be defending its title at the 15th Junior Water Ski World Championships, July 29-Aug. 3, in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
The Cedar Creek Water Ski Park is located in the picturesque hills of Northwestern Arkansas. It has previously hosted the South Central Regional Water Ski Championships and several other world-record capability water ski tournaments.
As MasterCraft is the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation’s mandated boat for the Junior Worlds, all athletes will be skiing behind it in slalom and jumping at the team trials. Athletes will have their choice of towboats in tricks. We can't wait to welcome these athletes to Northwest Arkansas!