Pratt Place Inn and Barn

A touch of class in quaint Arkansas
VERIFIED LUXURY
You’re sure to find peace and tranquility at the luxurious Pratt Place Inn and Barn. The quaint Fayetteville, Arkansas hotel, situated atop Sassafras Hill, is surrounded by 140 sprawling acres of wooded land.

The inn’s combination of European and Southern design features splendid wraparound porches and a welcoming entrance with custom French walnut doors. Throughout the inn, antiques and other one-of-a-kind decorative items the owners have collected from around the world are on display. Notable pieces include the inn’s 18th-century French armoires, Persian rugs, and the antique Indonesian puppets set on a Chinese altar table.

Pratt Place Inn and Barn has seven luxurious guest rooms located on its second and third floors. Each room has its own unique décor and is named after one of the property’s native trees.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• The staff at Pratt Place takes Southern hospitality to a whole new level with its attention to detail and customer service that will make you feel pampered and well cared for during your visit. In addition, all guest services are complimentary, and the inn has a no-tipping policy.

• The Four-Star hotel is conveniently located near the University of Arkansas campus, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium and Bud Walton Arena. Historic downtown Fayetteville, the Clinton House Museum, Fayetteville Underground, the Confederate and National cemeteries, as well as other notable landmarks are near the inn.

• The antique décor found throughout the hotel is original, purchased by the historic property’s current owners during their world travels, including the 18th-century French armoires and Persian rugs found in the lobby.

• Pratt Place Inn and Barn occupies an idyllic location sitting on 140 acres of land atop Fayetteville’s Sassafras Hill with miles of private walking and jogging trails. You'll also spot four Haflinger horses in the property's pasture.

• Enjoy a delicious complimentary European-style breakfast in the comfort of your private guest room or veranda. Expect items such as fruit, pastries and coffee delivered on a glass cart to your room.
Things to Know
• The Fayetteville property has been meticulously maintained by the same family since it was originally purchased in 1900. The current owners remodeled the building and opened the boutique hotel in 2008.

• Environmental responsibility is a high priority for the hotel’s owners. They installed a geothermal system for heating and cooling, roof shingles made from recycled tires and fire-resistant insulation made from recycled blue jeans.

• Pratt Place is a popular wedding and event destination in Arkansas. One of the premier facilities on the property is the Barn, which has a classic gambrel roof, fabulous wood décor and chandeliers.
The Rooms
• The inn has seven luxurious guest rooms located on the second and third floors of the Victorian house. Each room has its own unique décor, antique furnishings, and is named after one of the property’s native trees.

• All of the rooms feature fireplaces and lovely views of the grounds, and some rooms offer private verandas where guests can read a book or relax with companions.

• Some of the marble bathrooms have double whirlpool tubs, oversized showers and other luxurious appointments.

• Across from the inn sits Pratt Place Cottage. This English-style two-bedroom home, built in 1929, has been updated and features two bedrooms, marble bathrooms, a living room, a dining room and a kitchen.

• All of the rooms feature gas fireplaces. Enjoy the cozy warmth of a fire during the colder winter months.
The Look
• The inn is a 19th-century rural residence with lovely wraparound porches and French walnut doors. Inside on the main floor, you will find three beautifully appointed parlors, a lounge and a cigar room furnished with leather chairs and featuring intricate wood paneling.

• Some of the hardwood floors and ceilings are original, and the intricately carved wooden staircase between the main level and the second floor is quite striking.

• Pratt Place Barn was originally built as a 14-stall stable and has been transformed into one of the most popular wedding and event venues in the state. The Barn features a classic gambrel roof, fabulous wood décor, glowing chandeliers and facilities that can be used to prepare food for up to 400 guests.

• The Four Star hotel’s English-style cottage, built in 1929, features a wood-burning fireplace and a beautiful flagstone terrace facing a lovely private wooded area. High ceilings, hardwood floors, Persian rugs, antique furniture, contemporary- and traditional-style furnishings make for cozy and charming accommodations.
Getting There
2231 West Markham Road, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
TEL479-966-4441
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
XNA  (40 min)