Mount Sequoyah | Wesley Hall
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Wesley Hall

Category
Historic Halls
Details

Built in 1927 by the Women’s Missionary Society, Wesley Hall stands as the highest point in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Originally built as a women’s missionary dormitory, the building has kept its historic charm throughout the years and serves as a perfect place for large groups or youth retreats.

Wesley Hall has 27 sleeping rooms; most share Jack and Jill bathrooms. The first floor has a kitchenette and a large parlor area that offers a cozy, lounge-like feel complete with a couch, arm chairs, and a television. Tables and chairs can be added to transform the parlor into a space for a meeting or a dinner party. Additional A/V equipment may be rented if needed.