The house in its original location


Grandson of S.H. MacPherson, Samuel MacPherson Spilman, wife Karen and their daughter Rosemary were some of our first guests at the B&B and graciously shared their family history. 


Built in 1920 by S.H. "Jack" MacPherson, the historic MacPherson House is celebrating its 100th anniversary in style by opening its doors to the public for the first time.  Originally located on the sprawling MacPherson estate that is now S. McPherson Church Road, the iconic home was carefully disassembled, moved across town to Hay Street and restored to its original 1920 configuration by architects Dawn and Bill Hester in 1993. 


New owners Katy & Michael Stevick fell in love with the house and the dream Dawn & Bill Hester created to open a unique Bed & Breakfast serving downtown Fayeteville and the Haymount area and have had the honor of finishing the restoration and starting the next chapter in this house's story. 

As a military family, the Stevicks have called Fayetteville home for the last 7 years and hope you'll enjoy the rich history, charming local shops and restaurants and friendly Southern hospitality they've come to know and love in downtown Fayetteville.  


While we currently offer contact free check in, during your stay you may meet Katy & Michael, their daughter Audrey (the littlest Innkeeper) or our fantastic team members who are here to help with any questions. 

The safety and comfort of guests is our top priority. Read more about our current COVID-19 policies here