Welcome to The Roycroft Inn!
When you visit The Roycroft Inn, the experience is steeped in the history of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. Located on the Roycroft Campus, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986, The Roycroft Inn's glorious past breathes from every floorboard.
The Inn's restaurant allows guests to dine amongst arts and crafts history. The Executive Chef's artisan inspired menu features many locally produced and seasonal ingredients. The Sunday Brunch was voted "Top 100 Brunches" by Open Table, and Zagat Survey has named The Roycroft Inn "Best bang for your buck."
Four dining areas offer guests relaxing ambience and atmosphere. The Library with an original stone fireplace is a warm and intimate setting. The Hubbard Hall with its vaulted ceiling and beautiful woodwork is reminiscent of the English inspiration of The Roycroft. The Larkin Room with its beautiful windows overlooks the courtyard garden, and in the warmer months, The Peristyle providing for memorable outdoor dining.