I recently stayed for the first time at the Brookstown Inn and was pleasantly surprised by the uniqueness of the building and the friendliness of the staff. All of the rooms seem to be different and I was lucky enough to stay in the Lawson Suite. It was huge and the bed was fantastic. It was raining during my stay and I loved hearing the drops right above my ceiling. The common areas felt like home with comfy couches and Big Bang playing on the TV; they even have a cat lounging on the ottoman. The food was excellent and the staff was very accommodating. Overall this was a wonderful stay and I am looking forward to my next visit to Winston-Salem.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rate includes hot breakfast, complimentary wine and cheese reception in the evenings, cookies and milk at bedtime. The Brookstown Inn was built in 1837. The Inn has the charm and ambiance of old-world architecture with all the conveniences of a modern conference facility. Its hallmarks of exposed brick walls and wooden beams enhance its Early American decor and help you escape to the charm of yesteryear. We are within a short walk of the restored 1766 Moravian village of Old Salem and convenient to the Winston-Salem business district, North Carolina School of the Arts, the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts (SECCA), Winston Salem State University, Wake Forest University, and Salem College. The property is also only a short distance from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Forsyth Memorial Hospital. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brookstown Hotel Winston Salem