Quiet street with easy access to the Historic District, Dickson Street, Downtown, and the UA. If you like walking and hiking, the Mt. Sequoyah area offers beautiful views of both sunrises and sunsets, and a natural trail through the woods.
Comfortable 1950's home with 3 bedrooms and an extra room with sleeper sofa. Two queen beds, two twin beds, and the sofa bed will accommodate up to eight persons. One bathroom has tub/shower while the other has large shower.
The kitchen has plenty of work space for two cooks, and the breakfast nook seats up to six.
There is a formal dining area for large gatherings or card games, while the other end of the room is the living area with HDTV.
Backyard has a pond and a fire pit and the large covered deck is great for viewing the Mt Sequoyah wildlife.
The house is totally available to the guests , no one else will there.
Either my brother or I will always be within 5-15 minutes away. Since we have lived in Fayetteville since the 1940's we can fill you in on the local scene. The home was our parents home and you will find some of the artifacts from their lives still in the house and on the grounds.
Dogs are allowed, but there is no fence we will provide pooper scooper for you to pick up after your dog.
Smoking inside the house is not permitted, but outside at the fire pit and the deck is OK. Please dispose of the evidence.
Don is a Grandfather, Backpacker, bicyclist, still working and probably always will.
Bob is Uncle, sometimes chef, bicyclist, avid reader and retired.
Together we decided to renovate our parents home of 50 years and offer it for nightly rental.
Laura is also on our team. She has experience with B&B hosting having owned several in Eureka Springs and just completed a hacienda in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. If you have a yearning for south of the border ask us about San Miguel.