The Inn at Carnall Hall, AR

National Register of Historic Places
Historic Hotel
Historic Hotel

Though not used as a dormitory since the 1960's Carnall Hall has been saved by preservationishts who saw its potential as an Inn.

Unique Arrangement
Unique Arrangement

While there are in total 50 guestrooms at this Historic Hotel of America, there are also 13 different styles of rooms for guests to choose from.

Miss Carnall
Miss Carnall

The namesake for Carnall Hall was an associate professor of English at the school from 1881 to 1884, names Miss Ella Howison Carnall.

Dining On Campus
Dining On Campus

In addition to Ella's Restaurant guests also have access to the Lambeth Lounge, a full bar/coffee shop.

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The Inn at Carnall Hall

The Inn at Carnall Hall, built in 1905 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2004 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Historic Hotels of America is the official...[more]


465 North Arkansas Ave
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone:+1 800 678 8946

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On the University of Arkansas Fayetteville campus; a short walk to shops, art galleries, restaurants, nightspots, and the Walton Arts Center. Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport: 25 miles, 40 minutes.

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