I was in Fayetteville on business and this was an excellent location - 5 minutes from the University and access to Dickson Street offerings. Steven and Bob were both personable and helpful and absolutely made the stay very pleasant! Additionally, it was very affordable. That said, it is a quaint and historic building. I generally like B&B's because each has an individual personality. However, in this case, as there was no room for a chair, I found the room a bit small. And unfortunately the bed was in need of replacement. If I were to stay here again I would book directly with the B&B (rather than an online site) so that I could figure out which room would be a fit for me.
I recommend this place as it is convenient to UArk and the accomadations are comfortable. The breakfast is decent, but basic. I would stay again. It is convenient to all that Dickson street has to offer. Rooms are small, but the beds are comfortable.
We booked a one night stay at this B&B for a last minute romantic get away and as soon as we walked into the door, we were overwhelmed with the Intoxicating aroma of freshly baked pumpkin bread. We were greeted by Bob who was equally as pleasant and inviting. The hospitality was beyond warm and friendly. Bob carried such a professional and courteous manner that we will never forget such a GREAT FIRST impression of this inn. The room carries an inexplicable historic charm and the location is perfect. The check out process with Steven was equally as smooth, as he also displayed a great charm and professionalism that goes right along with the ambiance of the inn. We will DEFINITELY be back!!!
We stayed in room 10 at the Dickson Street Inn - it's away from the street so less noisy. It's also a great size - more like a mini flat. The breakfast set us up well for our days exploring the fantastic Fayetteville area. The highlight of the place really was Bob. He was very unobtrusive but always did that little bit extra, which made our stay highly enjoyable.
The Dickson Street Inn is a quaint but fully modern inn on Fayetteville's famed Dickson Street. It's a one-minute walk from the Walton Arts Center, a five-minute walk from the University of Arkansas, and ten minutes from Fayetteville's downtown Square (and seasonal Farmers Market). Dickson Street features great food--from food trucks to fine dining, along with a variety of great bars and pubs, lively night life, and fun people-watching. The Inn's rooms are cozy, and the hospitality is warm. Tell Bob, the manager, that Victoria sent you!