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Steve from Chicago on 5/24/2010 11:43:13 AM:
Stayed here in 2008 while biking from Cumberland to Georgetown with a few buddies. Normally we would not have chosen to stay in Brunswick but we learned Whites Ferry was not operating. Unable to make it to our lodging across the river we found the Motel Sleepers aka Green Country Inn. This was an odd place; very dormitory like and kind of depressing (sort of like a nursing home). We learned it is/was a place for railroaders to stay while away from home. But it was clean and the people there were nice.

 
JObtraklite from Quincy, il on 6/14/2010 4:11:57 PM:
Based on a stay here in 2006, this is a fair description. Also, at least at that time there was a restaurant on the premises that kept late hours, if not 24.

 
Anonymous on 6/14/2010 4:16:42 PM:
I notice the restaurant is listed as the Green Country Inn. So if the list is accurate, it's still there.