Rooms & Suites

Rooms & Suites



With two buildings and seventy guest rooms on property the Historic Brookstown Inn offers accommodations that will please any guest. Each room is individually decorated with antique reproductions. Poster-style beds with hand stitched quilts and typically have exposed brick with original wooden beams and ceilings ranging from twelve to twenty feet high!

All of our rooms are Non Smoking and we only allow service animals in the building.

Standard Check in time is at 3pm and Check out is at Noon.

Standard Rooms:

Mostly located in the Main Building, our Standard rooms include a sleeping area as well as small seating area. Newly renovated, our guest baths feature granite counter tops, marble bath surrounds with energy and water efficient faucets and toilet.


Our suites are bi-level rooms with the bedroom and living room area at different levels. Suites have either king or queen sized poster-style beds with hand-stitched quilts. For our business travelers the suite rooms also feature a small desk and chair for your convenience. Most suites have a garden-style tub and select rooms have decorative fireplaces.

Executive Suites:

Perfect for special occasion travelers, our four executive suites vary in bed type. Similar to the suite rooms these include all the same amenities along with a wet bar and garden style bathtub. Room sizes range from 600 – 900 sq. ft.

We’ve dedicated these rooms to reflect a certain part of the Historic Brookstown Inn’s history. Below are the descriptions of each room.

The Victorian Suite:

In honor of our longest working employee, Ms. Vickie Underwood, we’ve dedicated this room to her and the three generations of her family that have worked at the Inn for almost thirty years. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in this Executive Queen Suite decorated in Victorian style with Vickie’s personal touch.

The Angell Suite:

In Memory of our late Owner Mr. Don Angell and in dedication to one of our new owners, his son, Gray Angell we’ve renamed our Executive King Suite to the Angell Suite. One of the largest rooms on property this impressive room is perfect for a romantic getaway.

The Salem College Suite

A group of girls from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, traveled to the town of Salem in 1766. They decided to start their own school program in 1772 which is now known as Salem College, to further their education. It is the 13th oldest college in the United States and was the 1st women’s college established in the United States. We are privileged to be neighbors with Salem College and are a short walk away. We proudly dedicate our Executive Two Queen Suite room to Salem College. Along with being our largest suite on property, it offers vast space for you and your family.

Old Salem Suite

The Moravian religious community started the Village of Salem in 1766. Their businesses were centrally organized, as the congregational council decided how craftsmen could run their small shops. In mid 1830s, the area around Salem was losing population. The Moravian Community faced economic crisis. In response, church leaders opened this building in 1837, the Salem Manufacturing Company. The Historic Town of Old Salem has played an important part to the structure and business of this complex, most importantly, the success of this community. To honor Old Salem, we have dedicated our Executive Queen Suite which features prints of their historical importance.