Dickson Street Inn
Fayetteville has an excellent variety of hotels located throughout the city, offering guests a wide selection of services and amenities, from free WiFi and breathtaking views to state-of-the-art workout rooms and close proximity to attractions.
But one bed and breakfast, the Dickson Street Inn, is a favorite with guests because of its excellent service, as well as it being located right in the middle of the Downtown & Dickson Street Entertainment District.
The Dickson Street Inn provides a memorable and relaxing stay at the heart of Fayetteville. With historic charm and wrap-around porches, the Dickson Street Inn invites guests to experience the warmth and Southern charm Fayetteville has to offer.
Located on Dickson Street, the inn is within walking distance of Fayetteville’s most popular destinations, including the University of Arkansas and the Historic Downtown Square. Dickson Street is home to Fayetteville’s best restaurants and bars, and the inn is smack dab in the middle of Arkansas’ liveliest nightlife scene, which includes live music daily at venues like George’s Majestic Lounge and performances at the Walton Arts Center and TheatreSquared.
The Dickson Street Inn features eight luxury bedrooms and two carriage house suites, complete with living rooms and jacuzzi bathtubs. The 10 rooms are composed of two houses, connected with roofing and patio decking, making it a one-of-a-kind, intimate structure. While the Dickson Street Inn is updated and sophisticated, the historic charm is maintained through the antique furniture and Southern amenities.
Continental breakfast is served for guests, and room service is easy to come by if you’d prefer a night to unwind. With a large deck overlooking the nightlife, it’s the perfect place to relax with friends after a long day of experiencing Fayetteville. In fact, it adjoins the Dickson Street Pub, so a drink is literally next door if you’re in the mood.
If you’re looking for an intimate, historical hotel experience at the heart of activity, look no further than the Dickson Street Inn.