Avec des origines remontant au 1757, Le Fairfield Inn est un de l'Amérique la plus ancienne, auberges fonctionnant en continu. L'auberge offre tout le raffinement et le charme que l'on peut attendre d'un petit hôtel de luxe. Chambres décorées individuellement, salles de bains privées spacieuses et élégantes, les suites et les salons meublés avec goût invitent à la détente. Fier de célébrer et servir Fine Food & Spirits aux voyageurs et aux clients pour 256 ANS! Construit dix-neuf années avant la Déclaration d'Indépendance, le Fairfield Inn était à l'origine la Mansion House de Squire Miller, fondateur de la ville. Dans les 250 années qui ont passé, la Mansion House a accueilli de nombreux Américains célèbres tels que Patrick Henry, neveu de Squire William et Isabelle Henry Miller, Thaddeus Stevens, les généraux Robert E. Lee et JEB Stuart, Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Plank et Le Eisenhower. Lorsque la bataille de Gettysburg était terminée, l'armée confédérée se retira de l'Ouest par Fairfield. Général Robert E. Lee et ses officiers sont arrêtés pour manger à l'auberge. Après avoir visité le champ de bataille, nous vous invitons à retirer dans notre style de l'histoire et de l'hospitalité. Détendez-vous dans une de nos suites et chambres luxueuses. Dégustez cidre chaud épicé par l'un de nos huit foyers ou boire un verre dans la taverne Squire Miller. Profitez des spécialités de saison sur notre porche ou dîner dans la Mansion House originale. De notre fameux Chicken & Biscuits aux plats typiques de notre chef comportant les meilleurs steaks coupés à la main et fruits de mer frais, déguster pourquoi plus de quatre siècles de service et une expertise culinaire font manger au Fairfield Inn une expérience délicieusement unique.
4,4 sur novembre 21, 2014
We stayed in the JEB Stuart room and ate dinner and Sunday brunch in the restaurant. We really enjoyed our stay! The history of the building is simply incredible! The food was good and Jeff made us feel comfortable and welcomed. Highly recommended! If you're a history buff, this will be a memorable experience.
4,8 sur novembre 05, 2014
Tony and Bev from NJ. Felt like family, very relaxed, good food, warm and welcoming staff. Rooms clean and beautiful, updated bathrooms a pleasant surprise for an Inn of this age. I am gluten free due to celiac disease and Jerry, the chef, could not do enough for me. Will definitely recommend to friends and look forward to future stays!!!
4,8 sur octobre 24, 2014
Wonderful place to stay, Staff was very friendly. Beautiful home.
5 sur octobre 16, 2014
Loved our stay at the Fairfield Inn. Loved our room we were very comfortable and loved some of the period appropriate furnishings. We had dinner both nights at their restaurant and the food was wonderful. Sunday brunch was outstanding!
4,4 sur octobre 07, 2014
The condition, amenities, atmosphere, etc. were great. The restaurant on-site was convenient and the meal was pretty good. The only recommendation that I already e-mailed the Innkeeper about was the breakfast. There wasn't any clear communication for meal options and the server simply gave us a large slice of ham, french toast, eggs covered in cheese, and a pastry. Sounds great for some people probably!...unless both people avoid pork, and one person avoids dairy products. It was a bit presumptuous and annoying considering most of the meal would go to waste when he only needed to simply ask. It just left us on a sour note. Otherwise, enjoy!
5 sur octobre 06, 2014
My husband and I stayed overnight in the Patrick Henry room. We were graced with the innkeepers hospitality as soon as we arrived. After enjoying some quite time in the bear claw tub we headed downstairs for dinner. Absolutley delicious! What a joyful experience and wonderful piece of history. I loved the ideas of the coins, and to follow tradition, we left behind a few ourselves. This was our first time at a bed & breakfast. You set the bar pretty high! Mr. & Mrs. Crum ¿
4,0 sur septembre 17, 2014
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.
4,0 sur août 27, 2014
Overall a great stay at an historic inn. Breakfast was plentiful, but somewhat unimaginative. Floors in bedroom sloped, and bed sloped making sleeping difficult. Sloping floors understandable in an inn of this age. Had dinner there one night which was delicious.
5 sur juillet 31, 2014
My only regret at this inn is only being able to stay one night. The inn keeper and staff ( Mary Lou and Terry) provided great service. My child and I enjoyed our stay in the Patrick Henry room.
4,6 sur juillet 19, 2014
My wife and I stayed in the Grumble Jones room for one night (the girls were away with grammy). It was a really great experience. The rooms are a nice mix of antiquated and modern. You still get the old time feel but have things such as electricity and running water. It's a win/win. The room was very clean and I actually looked for dust and couldn't find any. The best part was the basket of free cookies in the hallway. A nice clean room is great, but free cookies in the hallway is better. There is a camera near the cookies so I only took two packs. The historic tour of the building is also a must. It's amazing how old the place is and is really cool to think of how many people have stayed and dined at this place. A true relic. There are two things I really enjoyed about this place even more than the room: the employees, and the food. The owner is down to earth and has a sort of dry sarcastic sense of humor that I really enjoy. He mixes that friendliness well with professionalism and makes you feel as if you're at a posh five star resort owned by your family. We felt very welcomed. The rest of the staff was down to earth and professional all rolled into one. They aren't stuck up or snooty and really make you feel like they know you. So, the most important part is the food. There is no need to stay at the inn to eat dinner there and this place should be on everyone's bucket list of places to eat. You won't be disappointed. The ham and bean soup is great. I could eat a bucket of the home made biscuits. Really great food all around and a cool atmosphere. If you need another reason to eat there let me just say, freshly baked warm peach pie. That should be enough. All in all, I will absolutely be returning to eat there and hopefully stay another night sans the kids.
Named for William "Grumble" Jones, who commanded the Confederate cavalry in the Battle of Fairfield, July 3, 1863. Second Floor room, queen size four-poster bed, bathroom with whirlpool soaking tub/shower combination.
Sleep in the same room that General J.E.B. Stuart occupied in1862 during a raid of the Valley. Large Bedroom, Queen Bed, Sleeper double size Sofa, large bathroom with whirlpool soaking tub/shower combination.
Named after Statesman, Patrick Henry, famous for the quote "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death". He was the nephew of Isabella Henry Miller, the owner of the Inn in the 1700's. Second Floor Bedroom, queen size bed, large bathroom with claw-foot tub and seperate shower.
Third Floor, fully carpeted, beautiful mahogany Lincoln Suite antique double bed and dresser, charming bath with whirlpool soaking tub/shower combination.
The 1757 Suite offers a charming parlor with sitting area, mini-refrigerator, a spacious separate bedroom with a queen bed and window seats, and a lovely, private bath with a whirlpool tub and shower combination.
The Three Colonels Suite offers a charming parlor with day bed, sitting area, mini-refrigerator, microwave, a sunny separate bedroom with a queen bed and a lovely private bath with a claw-foot tub & separate shower and access to a private balcony .
Situé sur The Retreat confédéré de gettyburg, A la campagne, Petite ville, Village
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 35 miles
De Gettysburg: un bloc au sud de la place du village ot West Street Moyen (PA Route 116W), tourner à droite et continuer 8 miles à l'ouest de Fairfield. L'auberge est sur la droite dans le centre de la ville. Washington, DC: I-270N à Frederick, MD. Prenez US Route 15N à Emmitsburg, MD. Prenez MD Route 140W à travers la ville de Emmitsburg et en Pennsylvanie. Tournez à droite sur PA Route 116E et continuer 4 miles à Fairfield. L'auberge est sur la gauche dans le centre de la ville. De Baltimore: Beltway I-795N à Westminster, MD. Suivez MD Route 140W par Westminster, Taneytown et Emmitsburg et en Pennsylvanie. Tournez à droite sur PA Route 116E et continuer 4 miles à Fairfield. L'auberge est sur la gauche dans le centre de la ville. De Harrisburg: US Route 15S à Gettysburg. Prendre la sortie pour la route PA 116W et 116W suivre par Gettysburg et continuer 8 miles à l'ouest de Fairfield. L'auberge est sur la droite dans le centre de la ville.
Parc d'attractions, Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Casino, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Ski Liberty, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rodéo, Piste de ski, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Jeux de société, Salles de conférence, Bureau, Cheminée, Bibliothèque, Parking, Téléphone, Equipé pour les mariages, Espace bar , Une connexion Wi-Fi
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Internet dans la chambre, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Micro-ondes, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Pistes de ski de fond, Ski alpin , Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Visitez le célèbre Adams County Winery, Shopping, Excursion, Location de skis
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien
n'Biscuits de poulet
Pour compléter beaux logements de l'auberge, il ya la House Restaurant and Tavern Mansion de Squire Miller propose un grand choix de plats préparés classique et artistiquement présentés. Deux chefs de l'hôtel et son équipe proposent un menu créatif de grillé et rôti jeu, pâtes, fruits de mer et des steaks appétissants. Le restaurant s'ouvre sur un porche charmant idéal pour printemps à l'automne à manger; des feux de cheminée flambent dans les foyers pendant les mois d'hiver. Il ya un salon d'accueil pour boire un verre tout à fait et un salon de banquet pour les réunions d'affaires et réceptions exclusives, des déjeuners et des dîners.