“the only place to stay at the University of Arkansas”
For a building that has stood since 1905, one of six built in the University of Arkansas that year, the Inn Carnall Hall creates an inviting optical illusion: existing in a turn-of-the-twentieth-century era while not appearing the least bit outdated. Two pairs of dramatic, all-white columns flank either side of the entrance to this Colonial Revival inn. The porches, which had been removed during the property's long history, have been replaced, and the interior all-pine floor and the first-floor staircases have been preserved from the building's first incarnation as an all-girls' dormitory--the first in the state. Last used as a dormitory in 1960s, Carnall Hall subsequently housed various academic departments and even served as a fraternity house before falling into disrepair and closing in 1991. Dedicated preservations have since delivered to its present-day grandeur without sacrificing any of its old-world charm. In addition to its 50 guest rooms, the Inn at Carnall Hall contains a classroom and teaching kitchen that serves as a living laboratory for students of the university as the Hospitality and Restaurant Management program.
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