3945 Goldsboro Rd.
Wade, NC 28395
Nightly Rates: ( 49.99 - 55.99 )
Fayetteville Days Inn-North of Fort Bragg Halfway between New York and Orlando 15 minutes from Ft. Bragg, World's Largest Airbourne Facility Golden Corral-6 miles Ruby Tuesdays-6 miles Baywood Golf Course-2 miles Kings Grant Golf Club-6 miles Fayetteville Civic Center 11 miles Cross Creek Mall 12 miles Methodist College 6 miles Fayetteville State University 11 miles Fayetteville Airport 12 miles Cape Fear Theater 11 miles Free Continental Daybreak Breakfast Restaurant / Bar Opening May 1st on Property Group Friendly Non-Smoking rooms Micro, Fridge, Hairdryer, Clock, Iron, Board Coffee and Coffeemakers available Outdoor Pool (seasonal) Combining these elements makes Fayetteville a diverse and exciting place to visit, relocate or to plan a reunion with many traditions with that Southern Hospitality.
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· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 02:00 PM
· Check out time is 11:00 AM
· Time Zone is EST
· Opened in 1900
· Renovated in 2000
· 112 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 2 floors.
From I-95 North, take exit 58, make a left, hotel is on the left
From I-95 South, take exit 58, make a right, hotel is on the right
West on Hwy 13 to exit 58. Hotel on right before I-95.
East on Hwy 13, Go under I-95 Hotel on left.
Start out going NORTHWEST on AIRPORT RD Turn RIGHT to stay on AIRPORT RD Turn LEFT onto DOC BENNETT RD. DOC BENNETT RD becomes CLAUDE LEE RD. Merge onto I-95 N via the ramp on the LEFT. Take EXIT 58 toward US-13 / NEWTON GROVE. Turn RIGHT onto US-13. Turn left hotel on left.
Fayetteville Regional Airport, Raleigh/Durham Airport
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Opening May 1st 2006
Our property is conveniently located less than 200 yards right off I-95 on Exit 58, in a quite location that is conveniently accessible to the heart of Fayetteville. Fayetteville, is the home of the Fayetteville Force Professional Hockey Team Players, the Cape Fear Crocks baseball players, museums, universities, and golf courses.The Arts Center
301 Hay St Fayetteville, NC 323-1776 The Arts Center is housed in a historic building dating to 1910. Today the neoclassical structure contains the offices of the Fayetteville/Cumberland County Arts Council. The Arts Council enriches community life by nurturing artists, groups, arranging exhibitions and performances, helping emerging artists develop their craft & staging community festivals featuring the arts.Fayetteville Museum of Art
839 Stamper Rd Fayetteville, NC 485-5121 Open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun 1-5pm Nestled in a serene five-acre setting behind Eutaw Shopping Center, it is the first art museum in the state to be designed and constructed as an art gallery. It's collection features fine works by North Carolina artists, as well as those of nationally and internationally recognized artists. The interior includes two galleries, classrooms, studio space, an art reference and lending library, and a gift shop. The grounds include a lovely pond and park, which serve as the setting for public concerts and festivals. Museum admission is free.Fascinate-U-Children's Museum
116 Green St Fayetteville, NC 433-1573 Open Tues-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 10am-4pm The museum offers children interactive entertainment and challenging hands-on discovery and role playing. The large, vibrant displays delight all children. A favorite family outing or setting for special event parties. Admission is free on Wednesdays.Cape Fear Studios
148 Maxwell Street Fayetteville, NC 433-2986 Tues-Fri 11AM-5PM Sat. 10AM-4PM Sun. 1PM-5PM Co-op studios, located in the heart of downtown Fayetteville, artist and artisans create pottery, paintings, stained glass, jewelry, quilts for sale and display. Cape Fear is adjacent to the Market, featuring antiques and handmade items.Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Armory and Museum
210 Burgess St Fayetteville, NC 433-1612 Open by appointment only The FILI Museum houses the history of the second oldest active US militia. The collection includes two centuries of well preserved documents, uniforms, and artifacts including the coach that the Marquis de Lafayette rode in during his visit to Fayetteville in 1825.The Airborne & Special Operations Museum
Downtown Fayetteville, official opening set for spring 2000 483-3003 The structure is expected to contain an extraordinary display of the unique contributions made by the airborne & special operations soldiers. Both existing museums on Fort Bragg will remain open, more information on projected exhibits will follow.Cape Fear Regional Theatres
1209 Hay St Fayetteville, NC 323-4233 In its fourth decade of presenting professional theatre productions. Founded in 1962 as a "little theatre". It employs the talents of regional thespians as well as nationally known stars. Annual calendar includes several shows during the traditional season and some special productions. A major renovation project has recently been completed which includes the addition of a rehearsal hall, state-of-the-art scene shop, expanded lobby area and more restrooms. In addition, the theatre continues to nurture the talents of local children by scheduling children's drama workshops, showcasing local children in an annual holiday shop and staging productions designed specifically for young theatre goers.Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra
301 Hay St Fayetteville, NC 433-4690 The community's oldest performing arts organization. Founded in 1956. The orchestra presents memorable concerts throughout the year and it offers "Concert in the Park" twice each summer with free admission. Discounts are available for senior citizens, full-time students and groups of 20 or more. Children 12 and under are admitted free.Atlantic Coastline Depot Railroad Museum
427 Hay St Fayetteville, NC 483-2658 Open 2nd & 4th Saturday 12-4pm A collection of train memorabilia and replicas of the past are housed in the front of the Amtrak Station on Hay St. Group showings at the museum are available by appointment. You can also visit them on the web at www.trainweb.org/capefear82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum
Ardennes St. Fayetteville, NC 432-5307 Tues-Sat 10:30AM-4PM Sun. 11:30AM-4PM Aircraft of the 1940's to the 1960's are displayed outside along with memorials to fallen airborne soldiers. Military souvenirs are available in the gift shop.Museum of the Cape Fear
801 Arsenal Ave Fayetteville, NC 432-4272 Tues-Sun 11AM-4PM This museum features the training, history, and weaponry of the famed Special Forces soldiers, including Green Berets, Rangers, and Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations units. A monument to fallen Special Forces soldiers is located at the nearby Special Operations.