Old World craftsmanship meets free Wi-Fi at the Brookstown Inn, a refurbished cotton mill that attracts our guests who appreciate both historic preservation and modern comfort. Originally built in 1837 as a textile mill, this 71-room, four-floor hotel — now on the National Register of Historic Places — boasts some neat architectural touches you don't see every day, like exposed brick interior walls and wooden beams, timber ceilings and a charming courtyard. Those flourishes don't come at the expense of modernity: you also get essentials like cable TV and free Wi-Fi, along with extras including complimentary wine-and-cheese receptions, and cookies and milk at bedtime. Other hotel highlights include an on-site restaurant that's open for din-din and a fitness center. Brookstown Inn is located on the quiet outskirts of downtown Winston-Salem, a 10-minute stroll from major monuments like City Hall, BB&T, Reynolds American and other businesses. If you've brought the kids along, the Children's Museum is just a three-minute walk. If you appreciate historic architecture, you'll be happy to hear that Old Salem Museums and Gardens is just a 10-minute walk. Smith Reynolds Airport is tad over four miles. Charmed by the "wonderful" Old World ambiance, "spacious" accommodations and "interesting" architectural elements, guests highly recommend the unique, historic Brookstown Inn, steps from Old Salem and downtown Winston-Salem attractions.
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