If you’re in search of a B&B, here are a few popular choices in Fayetteville:
Inn at Carnall Hall
This historic hotel on the University of Arkansas campus was originally built as a women's dorm in 1906. Located at the corner of Maple Street and Arkansas Avenue, overlooking the Old Main lawn, the Inn at Carnall Hall is close to the popular Dickson Street restaurants and nightlife. However, Ella's Restaurant on premises offers kicked-up Southern classics, and on-site bar Lambeth Lounge is the perfect late-night spot for drinks and conversation.
Visit innatcarnallhall.com to learn more or to book a room.
Dickson Street Inn
Located in the center of Fayetteville’s Downtown and Dickson Street Entertainment District, the Dickson Street Inn is easily one of the most accessible hotels in Fayetteville. Located at 301 W. Dickson St., it is within short walking distance of some of the city’s most popular attractions: the University of Arkansas, home of the Razorbacks; the Walton Arts Center and TheatreSquared, Fayetteville’s two premiere destinations for performing arts and entertainment; the Historic Downtown Square, home to unique shopping experiences; and all the best restaurants and most popular nightlife venues in town.
To see photos of the accomodations or to reserve a room, visit dicksonstreetinn.com.
Stay-Inn-Style Bed & Breakfast
This turn-of-the-century, fully restored bungalow style bed and breakfast is furnished with American antiques (from the innkeepers’ family-owned antique shops). Located at 117 W. Rock St., Stay-Inn-Style is one block south of the Historic Downtown Square, which hosts the nationally recognized Fayetteville Farmers’ Market, as well as the Fayetteville Town Center, a stop on the Fayetteville Ale Trail (West Mountain Brewery) and an array of boutiques and restaurants.
Call (479) 582-3590 to make a reservation.
Pratt Place Inn and Barn
Fayetteville's only AAA Four Diamond Hotel, Pratt Place Inn and Barn is just a half-mile from the UA campus off Razorback Road — home of Donald W. Reynolds Razorbacks Stadium, John McDonnell Field and Bud Walton Arena. The Pratt Place Inn, located at 2231 W. Markham Road, sits on 140 acres of private property with miles of jogging and walking trails.
The original house was built in 1895, and guests' comfort and pleasure guided the creation of the inn's seven suites. Visitors are served a European breakfast either in-room or in the dining room. There also is an in-house spa!
Reserve a room at prattplaceinn.com.
For a full list of hotel options in Fayetteville, download our Visitor's Guide here.