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I stayed here for 2 nights and loved my room! The house is charming , cozy, and full of antiques.The hosts are very friendly . The front porch has a porch swing and nice area to sit .The grounds are very nice , well kept,...More
My husband and I have had a couple of awkward B&B experiences (too clingy hosts, made to feel like we were imposing, etc.) and so I made this reservation reluctantly due to its proximity to where we wanted to stay in Fayetteville and due to...More
Sharon and Bill give a very warm welcome and want their guests to have the very best experience. It's like going to stay at your grandparents' place, where one can feel at ease and respectful at the same time. Other reviewers are spot on when...More
My wife and I stayed here for one night as we passed through Fayetteville. The weather was cold and unpleasant, but the house and the welcome were very nice. There is reserved parking in the front yard, which was very a pleasant change from many...More
Looked at this place several times before I booked it. Reluctant but it seemed ok for the price. Almost reaching hoarder status with the antiques was the first thing I noticed when I walked in. The room was relatively small, a little camped with the...More
1904 Bungalow-style home. Totally restored and furnished in Antiques. Very cozy atmosphere. Some rooms with a jacuzzi and fireplace. All with private bath and shower. Full breakfast served in dining room at a designated time. Large garden area with water fall. Close to downtown, Dickson Street and the University of Arkansas.