The Inn at Carnall Hall is a boutique hotel that exudes a rich history and the elegant grace and charm of a bygone era. Set in a 1905 Colonial Revival building that once served as a women's dormitory on the University of Arkansas campus, the Inn is located in the heart of vibrant Fayetteville and is within walking distance of many of the town’s attractions and activities, including restaurants, bars, and the nightlife of Dickson Street.

The Inn at Carnall Hall offers simply furnished guest rooms with traditional wood furnishings, sitting areas with mini-fridges and sleeper sofa beds and modern amenities such as flat-screen televisions with cable channels and VCR players, coffee makers, and complimentary wireless Internet. The Inn also features a casual restaurant, café, and bar, which offer room service, and two modern meeting rooms for business gatherings.

Guest Accommodations

The Inn at Carnall Hall features 50 beautifully appointed and comfortably furnished guest rooms, each flooded with natural light through large windows and decorated with period pieces. All guest rooms have hardwood floors, ceiling fans, and breathtaking views of the Old Main lawn, along with a king or queen-size pillow-beds dressed in high-quality linens, down comforters, and hypoallergenic pillows. En-suite bathrooms boast shower/bath combinations, single vanities, sizeable lighted make-up mirrors, fresh towels, and Spa Therapy bathroom products, and sitting areas have work desks and chairs. Modern amenities include flat-screen televisions with cable channels and VCR players, coffee makers with complimentary coffee and tea, alarm clock radios, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, and complimentary wireless Internet.


Complimentary coffee and light bites are offered in the morning, along with seasonal Southern cuisine for dinner at the award-winning Ella’s Restaurant. The charming eatery serves contemporary Southern cooking in a relaxed, laid-back setting and a delicious brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. The Lambeth Lounge has large screen televisions, comfortable leather sofas and armchairs, and a full service bar that serves an extensive selection of artisan and craft beers, fine wines from around the world, and signature cocktails.

Amenities and Recreation

The Inn at Carnall Hall offers amenities such as complimentary coffee and light bites in the morning, free access to the fitness center at the University of Arkansas, and elegant venues for special celebrations and private events.

Weddings & Events

The Inn at Carnall Hall offers an unmatched setting for special celebrations and private events that exude gracious Southern hospitality. The Inn boasts elegant and unique event spaces, ranging from beautiful gardens, comfortable living areas and a relaxed restaurant that serves creative Southern cuisine paired with hand-selected wines. The Inn at Carnall Hall also offers exclusive services such as on-site catering and custom menus, and professional event and management teams to take care of every detail.

Local Attractions

The Fayetteville Farmers Market is a community market that has been running for over 40 years, providing the residents with fresh produce, local goods, and handcrafted items. Located in the Historic Downtown Fayetteville Square during the week and the Jefferson Center Playground on South College Avenue on Sundays, the market offers an excellent selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, herbs and plants, charcuterie, dairy products and baked goods, as well as curated crafts, fine art, and jewelry. Known as the “Crown Jewel of Fayetteville,” the Saturday market features up to 70 vendors set up around the magnificent historic square gardens and bustles with local musicians, street performers, and community organizations. The Market is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm, and on Sunday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Lake Fayetteville is a beautiful lake on the northern edge of the city surrounded by 640 acres of well-maintained parklands that offer a host of recreational activities, including boating, fishing, hiking, cycling, volleyball, and picnicking. The 194-acre lake is home to bass and panfish, making for excellent fishing, and features a modern boat ramp and dock, several fishing piers and open pavilions for relaxing. The Lake is also home to the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, Veterans Memorial Park, and the Lake Fayetteville Softball Complex, and a 5.5-mile nature trail around the lake edge is ideal for walking, hiking and mountain biking.

Resting in the heart of the city, Wilson Park is Fayetteville's first and oldest park and offers a beautiful urban space for locals to enjoy. Established in 1906 and spanning 22.75 acres, the park features a range of amenities, including a swimming pool, tennis courts, a softball field and basketball court. A playground, swings, and castle area are ideal for children, while green lawns and picnic areas are perfect for relaxing with the family. A short walking trail winds through the park offers lovely views and leads to “The Castle,” sculpture with seven points and a footbridge designed and built by artist Frank Williams.

465 Arkansas Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72701, Phone: 479-582-0400

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