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March 14, 2013
A former brewery warehouse has taken on a new life as a modern luxury hotel in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Located amongst the cobblestone streets of Portsmouth, the Ale House Inn was purchased by Doug Palardy and Daniel Innis in 2009 and underwent an extensive renovation, turning it into one of the finest east coast inns with a modern take.
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  The front of the Ale House Inn as seen from Bow Street.
    The front of the Ale House Inn as seen from Bow Street.
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  Old school Ale House Inn signage.
    Old school Ale House Inn signage.
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  Etched glass welcomes you as you step out of the elevator heading to the Inn's lobby.
    Etched glass welcomes you as you step out of the elevator heading to the Inn's lobby.
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  Touch of electric accents in the lobby.
    Touch of electric accents in the lobby.
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  An antler chandelier hangs above the lobby waiting room.
    An antler chandelier hangs above the lobby waiting room.
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  The main lobby at the Ale House Inn.
    The main lobby at the Ale House Inn.
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  One of Ale House Inn's cozy bedrooms.
    One of Ale House Inn's cozy bedrooms.
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  Another bedroom, but this time, with a view.
    Another bedroom, but this time, with a view.
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  A tripod lamp illuminates the bedroom, while the bathroom nearby is just a step away.
    A tripod lamp illuminates the bedroom, while the bathroom nearby is just a step away.
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  A deluxe room with suede, velvety sofas and a long glass-and-wood coffee table.
    A deluxe room with suede, velvety sofas and a long glass-and-wood coffee table.
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  A tiny yellow floor lamp lies next to a powdery blue lounge chair, while a bamboo plant brings a little bit of nature into the room.
    A tiny yellow floor lamp lies next to a powdery blue lounge chair, while a bamboo plant brings a little bit of nature into the room.
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Ale House Inn
The front of the Ale House Inn as seen from Bow Street.

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