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At a Glance
- historic setting is unique
- walking distance to Old Salem
- nice extras
- not as posh as newer hotels
- some rooms have dim lighting
- families might miss having a pool, especially in the sweltering summer
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Brookstown Inn Review
No two rooms are the same in this historic, affordable, and very pleasant lodging, a former textile mill built in 1837. The interior, with its exposed rafters, high ceilings, and brick walls, retains its historic character. A "graffiti wall," where young female factory workers left their mark, has been carefully preserved. Each guest receives complimentary wine and cheese, as well as cookies and milk.
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