This is the most beautiful, romantic, peaceful, comfortable and stunning Bed and Breakfast you will find. The history and woodwork of this Mansion is outstanding. We were treated like royalty and Fran's breakfast was fit for a King. You will not be disappointed.
Had a great stay. Very friendly and inviting. Will deinately stay again. Would love to have the recipe for the breakfast croissants we had that morning. Thanks for the hospitality! Michael and Sabrina Windsor
My fiancé and I stayed in the Marigold room and it was adorable! A lot more spacious than I expected. The bed was extremely comfortable and the bathroom was more modern and upgraded than I expected. Everything was SPOTLESS. Our only disappointment was that we didn't encounter any spirits :) The book of local restaurants they have in the main area is a wealth of info and we found & went to a delish dinner at 1863, which was a short drive down 15. Enjoyed the hot tub and board games after dinner, which was great. Breakfast the next morning was very, very good. All in all, a wonderful weekend! Would definitely recommend staying here.
The Baladerry is a really nice place. Judy and Peggy worked well together and made the stay GREAT!!! The location is close to the visitor center and the setting is perfect (we saw three deer near our room every morning). The breakfasts are OUTSTANDING!!!! Highly recommended.
We found this inn on iloveinns.com. It was the best place to stay in Gettysburg. Far enough away from downtown so you missed the traffic and noise but close enough to walk to the downtown area. Short ride to the battlefield and attractions. The innkeepers were fantastic. Rooms were clean, well appointed, bright and cheery. We loved the scrapbook showing the history of the home. We would stay here again.
rooms and inn very clean stayed in Tillie's room was very quiet and by the gardens which is very beautiful. breakfast was so delicious the muffins are the greatest. The owners make you feel right at home..
This place is amazing! We stayed in the suite that included 2 bedrooms, a fully functional kitchen and living room. This would be perfect for 2 couples or a family of 4. Spacious bathroom with a shower that has 2 shower heads and a double vanity. Breakfast was incredible and filling. They provided 3-4 options each morning and even were able to accommodate food allergies. I highly recommend this place for your stay in Gettysburg. Perfect location and lovely stay!
The facilities were lovely, the hosts very gracious. Starting the day with a presentation by a licensed historian about Gettysburg was terrific. Both presenters we met were very knowledgeable and enjoyable. Breakfasts were wonderful. Although the BB & B is located a bit from Gettysburg proper, that added to the relaxation because it was so quiet and restful.
We usually stay at B&B's on our vacations and the Baladerry Inn really exceeded our expectations. The rooms were spotless (Thanks Peggy), the breakfasts were delicious, and Judy and Peggy both made us feel welcomed and comfortable. We will stay there again and recommend staying there to everyone.
From the moment we arrived until the moment we left Brickhouse Inn not only met but exceeded our expectations and, having travelled on many occasions, expectations are high. The hosts and owners Brian and Tessa are an absolute delight, very welcoming, informative and so friendly. Janice, who works in the afternoons, was tremendously efficient and helpful and again with that special "Brickhouse" warmth. The Inn itself is absolutely immaculate. Perfectly maintained with immaculate rooms and very well tendered gardens. Breakfast is another delight with 3 courses every day prepared to the highest standards. It is quite clear that owners and staff take a great pride in both their work and the Inn itself and this reflects in every aspect of the experience. A truly outstanding B and B that stands head and shoulders above most and equals the very best as far as we are concerned.
This was our second time staying at The Brickhouse Inn and it certainly won't be our last! The inn is absolutely beautiful as a whole and the staff couldn't have been more accommodating!
This was my second stay at the Historic Fairfield Inn. Although the Inn has changed owners since our last visit, we found it to be just as comfortable, clean, quaint and friendly as it was when we stayed there three years ago.The manager was polite and friendly. He suggested we upgrade to the J.B. Stewart Room because, being a bigger room, it has a sofa with a pull out bed which proved to be more comfortable than a roll away cot. The room was spacious and comfortable, with a window air conditioner, and a huge ensuite washroom with a jacuzzi tub. The beds, pillows, and bedding were comfortable and cozy, providing a great night's sleep. It was a corner room with windows on two walls which gave us lovely views of Fairfield.The hot breakfast was prepared and served by the chef, who has been with the Fairfield Inn for 30 years. It consisted of orange slices, an omelet, bacon, french toast, orange juice and coffee. The chef was amiable and friendly, discussing the stories of ghostly encounters & "night time visitors" with us, which is one of the main reasons we choose to spend a night there whenever we visit Gettysburg. My only recommendation is that the Inn makeover at least one suite to include two beds, either using twin beds or double beds. Not all couples and families want to share a bed during their stay and cots/pull-out sofas will never be as comfortable as a real box spring and mattress bed. I highly recommend the Fairfield Inn and its dining room (especially the chicken and biscuits!!) if you wish to take a step back into the 18th century, with the comforts of the 20th century.