My work brought me to Fayetteville for a month this summer, and my “home away from home” was the Dickson Street Inn. Bob, Shea and the whole staff were wonderfully accommodating and treated me like family during my stay. The Inn was very comfortable, and the staff generously assisted me in finding fun things for my family to do while they were in town.
Dickson Street Inn far exceeded my expectations during a recent trip to Fayetteville. The historic home converted to a B&B may look like a traditional Inn from the outside, but it is so much more! The rooms are well appointed with comfortable beds and updated bathrooms. And, the staff was extremely customer service-oriented. We had two rooms across the hall from on another with a private staircase—very convenient.
My friend and I were early for a matinee performance at Walton Arts Center so decided to go for a short walk. We came upon this place and decided to stop in to check it out. Was I ever glad we did. We visit Fayetteville frequently and have stayed at various places. Unfortunately, after staying here for a weekend getaway with a group of friends, I will never be happy staying anyplace else, and certain weekends (i.e. football, parents, graduation, etc.) are booked solid far in advance. Everything was perfect!