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Awkaaba Mansion might be a romantic spot for a weekend getaway, but when you’re booking a room for mom and dad, it’s more pleasant not to think of such things. Sure, anything’s better than out-of-towners staying with you, but as long as brownstones are being turned into quaint lodges across the borough, you might as well put your visitors in one of the finest.

The Awesome Bed and Breakfast (136 Lawrence St., at Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn) is close to the Brooklyn Bridge and offers themed rooms like “Gothic Nights” and “Ancient Madagascar” from $130 per night. For information, call (718) 858-4859 or visit www.awesome-bed-and-breakfast.com.

The Bed and Breakfast on the Park (113 Prospect Park West, between Sixth and Seventh streets in Park Slope) offers upscale accommodations — one room even has a private rooftop garden — but keeps guests close to the Park Slope action from $165 per night. For information, call (718) 499-6115 or visit www.bbnyc.com.

Regina’s New York Bed and Breakfast (16 Ft. Greene Pl., at DeKalb Avenue in Fort Greene) is steps from BAM, Fort Greene Park and all sorts of other things that will keep your visitors amused — and it’s affordable. Rooms start at $99 per night. For information, call (718) 834-9253.

The Union Street Bed and Breakfast (405 Union St., between Smith and Hoyt streets in Carroll Gardens) has six rooms, all of which come with cable and complementary breakfast — but being this close to Smith Street’s restaurant row, guests won’t have a shortage of places to eat. Rooms start at $150 per night. For information, call (718) 852-8406 or visit www.unionstbrooklynbandb.com.

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