After 'extreme makeover' popular Fayeteville inn & restaurant set to reopen
The Craftsman Inn in Fayetteville is set to reopen after a multi-million dollar renovation that took almost a year.
General Manager Paul McNeil says the visitors to the newly renovated Inn will find modern upgrades just about everywhere they look.
"It's still charming. It has the Craftsman feel but we added a lot of nice touches with the amenities and the modernization of the rooms," he says.
In addition to the Inn, the restaurant formerly known at the Limestone Grill has been replaced. The new restaurant, "The Craftsman Wood Grille and Taphouse," features more than 2,000 square feet of outdoor heated dining and a unique wood burning grill.
"It's the only one west of New York City so were really proud to have that," McNeil says. " Each of the Inn's 90 rooms have been updated with modern upgrades and McNeil says the original Stickley furniture in the rooms has been painstakingly restored.
"It was sent back to the factory so they could recondition each piece and create a more modern look to the furniture," he says.
The Craftsman Inn has its grand reopening to the public on Wednesday.
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