If you’ve read my blog for any amount of town, you probably know by now that I LOVE SMALL TOWNS! And I’ve added a new one to my favorites list!
I drove an hour to Fayetteville, TN last week and fell in love with this charming town! Everyone was so friendly, they have the cutest square full of adorable shops and great restaurant options!
This is truly a “Hallmark” town where everyone seemed to know each other and didn’t mind to take the time to sit and talk to you for a while! Fayetteville has so much character and history! Aimee from Fayette on Main was so sweet to set up the most fun schedule for me and was the best tour guide!
Our first stop was On the Corner Nutrition for a loaded tea! Not only was it so tasty but packed with healthy ingredients! And even more special, was that this tea benefits a local child with cancer.
After tea time, we crossed the street for a styling session with Anna Phillips Designs! Anna showed us how to use a variety of plants, art and other elements to style a mantle. The ladies in this store were literally the sweetest! I adored these handmade flags and purchased a flag banner for Memorial Day. Make sure to stop in if you visit Fayetteville!
I wish I would’ve had more time to shop but will definitely be planning another trip back soon! A few other shops not to miss:
After we cruised the square, I was treated to an amazing massage at Shear Frenzy! My massage therapist, Bre is a Fayetteville native! She told me that Fayetteville means everything to her! I just loved to hear how proud everyone was of their town! Bre and I chatted the whole time about motherhood, Fayetteville and life! I love how you can just find fast friends in a small town.
I’m already planning a girl’s trip back to Fayetteville and will definitely be booking another massage!
Next up was lunch at Java Road! Sheila made me this delicious Greek Salad with falafel-I ate every single bite! I didn’t get to try a coffee this time but they had a large selection of drinks that sounded so good!
After lunch, we toured the KP Building, which has housed so many interesting businesses and accommodations over the years! I was blown away by the Airbnb located there now! I could’ve spent all day looking at all of the unique items! It’s part bnb and part antiques museum! So cool!
This space also hosts events! Would make for such a fun spot for an overnight stay!
Sadly, my time in Fayetteville passed by too quickly! Our last stop of the day was Buckley Farm! This family-ran farm has locally grown meats, pastured eggs, seasonal vegetables, fresh-cut flowers (my favorite, of course!), handcrafted bath and beauty products and lots more!
DO NOT MISS their delicious cinnamon rolls! Visiting the Market at Buckley Farm was such a treat! They also deliver to Nashville!
Fayetteville, you are lovely! I cannot wait to go back and spend more time in this friendly town!