FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS PROPERTY EST. 1905 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Built in 1905 by noted architect Charles Thompson and reopened as the Inn at Carnall Hall in 2003, this historic landmark continues to improve guest experiences, providing Southern hospitality at its finest. Named after one of the early female professors at the University of Arkansas, painstaking restoration has preserved much of the building’s original features, including dramatic columns that flank the entrance and pine floors throughout the lobby. With an award-winning restaurant, prime meeting venues, and a perfect blend of historic charm and modern amenities, Inn at Carnall Hall creates an enjoyable stay for any traveler. Originally built in 1905, Carnall Hall was the first women’s dormitory in the state of Arkansas. CONVERTED INN CHARMING SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR COLONIAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 49 guestrooms and 1 suite, some with Jacuzzi bathtubs. Each with wireless Internet access. Complimentary guest parking, Continental breakfast, and concierge services. DINING Ella’s Restaurant serves classic, nouveau, and world cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. The Lambeth Lounge offers a full bar and menu. LOCATION On the University of Arkansas campus; a short walk to shops, art galleries, restaurants, nightspots, and the Walton Arts Center. Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport: 25 miles, 40 minutes. 465 North Arkansas Avenue Fayetteville, AR 72701 T 479.582.0400
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