Excellent B&B, breakfast Wednesday was lots of fund with the friendly folks at the table! We got special service on Thursday, as we had to be gone before the regular time for breakfast, in order to meet for our horseback tour. This house is right in downtown, so be prepared for street noise.
My husband and I had our reception here in April 2016. The Inn Keepers, Sarah and Cory were very attentive, kind, generous and helpful. The Bed and Breakfast was phenomenal and good! My husband and I enjoyed the spinach, steak, and egg suffolate, the parfait, muffins and so much more! The scenery alone was so memorable and beautiful! I definitely suggest you choose the Springfield Manor Winery and Distillery, You'll be glad that you did!
This was our second visit to the Bruckhouse Inn and we have booked a third. Everything is just awesome from the rooms to the delicious breakfast. Tess and Brian are lovely hosts and we enjoy the historical perspective of staying at a bed and breakfast that is so close to many attractions.
Really great stay, with a fantastic breakfast! Two room attic suite made me feel the history of the area. OUTSTANDING! The primary thing wrong with the experience was that we were not able to remain longer. When the opportunity presents itself we will come back for more of this great location and outstanding hospitality./
We were pleasantly surprised in so many ways to find the cottage that we stayed in. Although it looked a little rugged at first, it was anything but rugged inside! It was very homey and it felt like we were out in the middle of nature with a babbling brook right outside our door. The breakfast was excellent! It was a great find!
The Keystone Inn is our favorite place to stay when in Gettysburg! Mike and Marj are wonderful and do all they can to make our stay enjoyable. The breakfast served each morning is always top notch and they have the best coffee! During our most recent stay our car broke down on the day we were leaving and Mike went out of his way to help us find a towing company. We had to have the car towed to the nearest VW dealership which was in the next town and since this was on a Sunday we had to stay over in order to get a rental to get home.The Keystone was fully booked, but Mike helped us find a room in town for the night and even drove us over to the hotel. He really saved us that day!! We're already looking forward to our next stay at the Keystone this fall!
We stayed in the Master Bedroom of the main house. The room was very spacious and provided a beautiful view from the private balcony. The bed was large, but a bit too firm. Additionally, the coffeemaker was sub par and produced very bland watered down coffee. Perhaps a centrally located Keurig or other higher end coffee maker would be better. We were very excited about the fact that breakfast would be delivered to our room on Sunday. The breakfast consisted of sticky buns, blueberry muffins, pineapple, and orange juice.Our only complaint was that we wished the B&B had added a meat or something savory to tone down the carb/sugar overload. Overall, the B&B is a good value located in a beautiful country setting.
We've been coming here for almost 30 years. I was my first BB and it hasn't lost any of its charm in all that time. The owners are now the second generation with the third in the wings. You have to experience it.
This was our first B&B experience. The owners were very nice and treated us like family. They gave us very interesting details of the history of the home as well as a tour. You could tell that they enjoy what they do. My husband said, "If this is what all B&B's are like, count me in!"
We had 3 wonderful days at the Brafferton Inn. A beautiful historically restored inn with all the modern amenities. Everyone was friendly, and breakfast each morning was delicious. We enjoyed being able to walk all around downtown. We recommend the Nation Riding Stables, Gallop Through Gettysburg. What a wonder experience to see the battlefield on horseback with a very informative guide. So much fun ! If you happen to be their on a rainy day, not to worry. Pick up an Audio Guide of Gettysburg Battlefield and take the car tour. What a wonderful way to go through the park. We also, recommend stopping at the Seminary Hill Museum for a look at how the local people were impacted by these short three days in history, We were truly touched by this representation of the war.
Unlike reviews of this B&B I've read on Yelp, our room was perfectly quiet and my wife and I slept very well. The service was amazing. My wife used the kitchenette to cook Thai dishes for our friends and needed an frying pan. No problem. They brought one right up. For anything you need just ask for it. Location is awesome. Anything you would want to do in Gettysburg you are in the middle of it with this hotel. The suite we stayed in felt like a small apartment which was perfect for us. Best hotel I've stayed in. I can't say enough how much we enjoyed our stay there. Only con was the rolls they would bring the night before. That is the only form of a breakfast and if your limiting carbs you'll have to eat breakfast at one of the local restaurants (which are quite plentiful and within walking distance). Highly recommended !!
The Swope Manor is one of many bed a different breakfast places at Gettysburg, however it stands from the crow with its excellent staff service, spotless cleanliness and value for your money. They offer one of the yummiest breakfast we've had in years and the rooms are beautiful with this Victorian style that makes you feel like you are back in time. We are very pleased with our stay and we will be coming back next year for sure!
Spent 6 nights here. Dennis, Eileen, and Jason could not have been more accommodating. From handling our special dietary needs to providing helpful tips on the area, they really made our vacation something special. If you're coming to Gettysburg, this is the place to stay!