The Historic Roycroft Inn

In 1905, the Roycroft Inn was opened to accommodate visitors and artisans looking to meet Elbert Hubbard and experience the Roycroft. The Inn became a center of activity for this community. In 1986, The Roycroft Inn, as part of the Roycroft Campus, received National Historic Landmark status. Over a nine year period, with support from the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation, The Inn meticulously underwent an $8 million dollar restoration to return it to its original splendor. It was re-opened for guests in 1995.

Today, The Roycroft Inn continues to welcome visitors and be the center for fine dining, music, weddings and a variety of community events. It offers its guests a beautiful destination for an overnight stay, a special dining experience or both.

From the moment you enter the Campus and arrive at the Inn, you are immersed in the beauty and unique style of the Roycroft artisans. As you step through the grand doors “time seems to stand still”. In the Salon you are surrounded by the beautifully restored murals created by Alexis Jean Fournier, an original Roycroft artist. Sit in an original Roycroft Morris chair, read a book by a handcrafted lamp or just wander through the series of exquisitely restored rooms and breathe in the history of this Historic Inn.

For more information on the Roycroft Inn, accommodations, and/or meal reservations please visit the Roycroft Inn Website.