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Cette maison victorienne restaurée, située dans le quartier historique de Berlin-Est, dispose de 6 chambres avec salle de bain privée et A / C. Meublé dans un style victorien de pays avec des antiquités, belle architecture, boiseries d'origine et des lustres en laiton. Petit-déjeuner complet et le thé de l'après-midi. Grand porche enveloppant. À proximité des parcs, des musées, des restaurants, antiquaires et magasins d'usine.
4,4 sur août 10, 2016
Booked a stay at th Bechtell Victorian B&B in East Berlin PA for my wife's birthday. The reservation process was straight forward with no issues as was the check in. We stayed in Beaulas boudoir it was the only room with a king bed. The house and room was nicley decorated in the Victorian style. The owners were friendly and accomodating. The food served for breakfast was good and nicley proportioned. The cookies provided daily was a nice touch. Overall I would give it a 7 on a scale of 1-10
5 sur juin 26, 2016
We booked Bechtel House on Friday around 5pm. We were amazed to get a room at that late hour. Most places near Gettysburg demand that, during the 'High Season, you must book two nights at least. This B&B gave us a one night stay on a Saturday. We actually got lost trying to find it and Rich guided us in. The Balcony Suite was gorgeous, and quiet and we had a separate sitting room. We set up our laptop, and after dinner at the place Carol and Rich told us about, we watched a bit of TV on the laptop and went to bed We slept well and awoke to the lovely aroma of coffee. Breakfast was utterly delicious and the conversation between us, the other two couples and Carol/Rich was fabulous. That's one of the best things about going the B&B route. You meet great owners and fascinating guests. The breakfast was utterly awesome! We will definitely be returning, next year.
4,8 sur juin 14, 2016
This is a very beautiful Mansion in small-town America. The inn-keepers are very nice, catered to special dietary concerns for breakfast and provided nice conversation at Breakfast.
4,8 sur avril 19, 2016
We had a wonderful stay! The Victorian charm of the house was wonderful and I'm so glad we decided to stay here. It was conveniently located close to Gettysburg but far enough away to be quiet and picturesque. The breakfast was also fantastic. We'll definitely have to stay again the next time we're in the area.
5 sur octobre 21, 2015
A good friend of mine and I, wishing to roam the beautiful rolling countryside of the PA apple country near and around Gettysburg, found this magnificent and delightful treasure of a place to relax, indulge and learn! What a fabulous treat, from the hand carved Victorian original woodwork to the authentic replications of the decor created by the unbelievably creative host and hostess of the "house". No, historical treasure!; The charm., the hospitality, the experience of reliving an indulgent and prolific era gone by provided a lasting memory. And oh, the food....Carol, you are an amazing wonder!!!!! Many thanks, we will tell about it to all and can't wait to return.!!!
4,8 sur février 24, 2015
This facility is beautiful. Gorgeous victorian wood built-ins and decorative woodwork. The rooms are all different, each with handmade quilts and lovely antiques. The breakfasts were tasty and substantial (french toast, casserole) with fresh fruit, juice. The innkeepers made fresh coffee available early on request. The innkeepers are friendly and engaging without intruding. It was a real treat to stay there.
5 sur novembre 12, 2014
My husband and I wanted to stay somewhere outside of the hustle and bustle of downtown Gettysburg, (which has gotten quite touristy and crowded) somewhere that allowed us to experience the countryside that the soldiers of this battle would have seen. The Bechtel Mansion is located in tiny, quaint East Berlin, just 20 minutes from the battlefields, and is a gem in every respect.This beautiful victorian inn is kept in immaculate and pristine period condition by innkeepers Carol and Richard. Not only has each room been lovingly restored and outfitted to perfectly fit the period in which this mansion was built, but the comfort and convenience of the guest is also kept to equally high standards. Often historic B and B's can be a little too historic, to the sacrifice of comfort, but the beds are so clean and high-quality, there are plenty of modern conveniences in each room (individual heat/air settings, down comforters, hairdryers, access to refrigerator and microwave, etc) and Carol's homemade breakfasts were delicious and wholesome. Carol and Richard also know quite a lot about the surrounding area and had great recommendations for places to see in Gettysburg, places to eat nearby and tips on where to find good antiques and yard sales, which abound in this area of the county! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will definitely stay here again when next we visit Gettysburg!
4,4 sur octobre 22, 2014
This place was extremely good. The owners are very pleasant and are always around if you need them. The rooms are very clean and very well decorated. Outlets were easy to find for charging phones. No wifi, but your not here to play on the internet right? The food was incredible and perfect. The owners also were knowledgable of the history of the house. Easy parking, and only 2 turns and 20 minutes away from Gettysburg. The price was very good as well
4,8 sur octobre 22, 2014
My mother and I recently stayed at the Bechtel Mansion and we loved it! It captured just about every aspect of the Victorian era. There is one TV and no Wifi, which may be a setback for some, but for us, it was the perfect break from the real world. It was great to be able to go back in time a bit. Carol is such an amazing innkeeper! The place is literally spotless, even the trinkets were dustless! She is also wonderful to talk to. Breakfast was outstanding! Fresh fruit, apple crisp, coffee cake, scones, french toast, if you left hungry, it was your own fault! We didn't want just some hotel, we wanted a guinine inn that we could appreciate, and that is exactly what we got. Will definately be staying there again!
4,6 sur octobre 16, 2014
We enjoyed our stay in a beautiful home with character. But I must say the hospitality was an added bonus! They were very careful with my dietary needs - and breakfast was amazing! The conversation at breakfast was also a great way to start the day! The house is easy to find and on a main road. I'd definitely stay here again and highly recommend it!
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 34 miles
L'auberge est située sur la route 234, à 8 miles à l'est de US $ 15 à l'intersection R 234. Il est également à 4 miles au nord de US $ 30 à Abbollstown, PA, via la route 194
Antiquaires , Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Boutiques, Théâtre, Piste de ski, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Jeux de société, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films , kitchenette invité
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Cheminée, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Bibliothèque, Micro-ondes, Réception chaînes satellite, Service de chambre
Observation d'oiseau, Ski alpin , Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Chasse, magasins d'antiquités, Shopping
Richard & Carol Carlson
travail du bois, le jardinage, la courtepointe, couture, point de croix, et la cuisson, bien sûr
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien
Orange pain français
Plat préféré de nos clients est ce cuit au four du pain grillé français. Plongé dans le jus d'orange et des œufs au lieu de lait, et recouvert de sucre brun, la cannelle et le zeste d'orange, ce plat est garnie de tranches de mandarine et servi avec du sirop d'orange maison. Très délicieux.