Roycroft Inn

The Roycroft community became the mecca for those interested in the Arts and Crafts movement and in 1905 the Roycroft Inn was opened to accommodate the thousands of people who journeyed there. After Hubbard’s tragic death in 1915, the Roycroft was operated until 1938 by his son Bert.

Passing through several hands since then, it was granted National Landmark Status in 1986, and thanks to the support of the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation the Roycroft Inn re-opened in June 1995. An exquisite collection of original and reproduction furniture and fixtures adorn the meticulously refurbished Inn.