La Marie-Penn est une maison de ferme de 1743, qui est divisée en deux par le maçon ligne dixon. En 2008 Bea et David Waybright a ouvert la Mary–Penn lit et petit déjeuner après rénovation afin d'améliorer le confort de ses hôtes. La maison se compose de trois chambres à coucher upstairs — deux dans le Maryland et l'autre en Pennsylvanie, qui a accès à une salle plus petite avec une salle de bains nouvellement remodeled bed.A unique comprend une baignoire whirlpool avec les fonctions de premier étage shower.The un charmant salon, salle de petit déjeuner (idéal pour les repas de famille-style), cuisine, chambre et une salle de bain complète et une grande salle de famille ajoutées en 1990 qui ne tient pas compte du marais Creek. Un sous-sol avec une cheminée volumineux, Pierre sur le côté du Maryland est utilisé comme un salon et une salle de jeux et a accès à l'extérieur. La maison elle-même est située à l'arrière de 200 acres de la ferme familiale de Waybright de 900 acres à la fin d'une voie d'un mille. N'oubliez pas de prendre une marche et voir les marqueurs de mille deux maçon Dixon ligne.
5 sur avril 02, 2014
Before arriving I spoke with Bea on the phone 3 or 4 times and already felt as though I knew her. We just loved Bea and David. They are genuinely warm, friendly, and a delight to be around. Friends of ours gifted us a night in this historic home. We are so thankful that they did. The home was immaculate and the restoration of this 270 year old home includes modern amenities while maintaining historical integrity. We were welcomed with freshly baked brownies and sugar cookies. Wine, cheese, and crackers were available to us in addition to other snacks and beverages. We enjoyed walking the grounds and spending time in the family room. The breakfasts were a treat, and we enjoyed meeting other guests as well as chatting with Bea and her husband David. It rained most of the weekend, but it did not dampen the visit. We came home rested and refreshed. We are grateful to have met David and Bea whom we now consider friends. Tim and Ora - Lewisburg, PA
5 sur décembre 08, 2013
We thought out visit to Gettysburg was going to be a disaster, due to the Government shutdown, but Mrs. Bee made it a visit that we'll remember for always. We've been to Gettysburg many times, but this was our first stay at a B&B. There were four of us who went, including me, my wife and two children. My children are without grandmothers, and Mrs. Bee made them feel right at home and she was more than happy to take on that grandmotherly like role with my children. It's been three months since our visit and they're still talking about and it and can't wait to go back next year. The house is spotless and full of history. If you want your trip to the Gettysburg area to be a memorable one, be sure to pick up the phone and call. You won't get any silly automated services here, you'll get 100% down home goodness!
5 sur novembre 13, 2013
My daughter found the Mary-Penn two years ago when she spent Thanksgiving in Gettysburg. When it turned out this inn was located very close to where my immigrant ancestor had a farm, she and I booked a night there to do some family history research. This is a gorgeous, immaculately kept abode. The rooms are large and comfortable and every amenity is provided. The innkeeper lives off-site, so we had wonderful privacy in the quiet of the countryside, by the rippling Rock Creek. The innkeeper provided a homecooked breakfast the next morning and was well-versed in the history of the area, as her husband's family has lived there for several generations. We hope to organize some sort of family reunion and stay here again. Highly recommended.
5 sur novembre 06, 2013
You must experience the Mary Penn in your lifetime. It is one of the rare places that can still truly take you back in time- from the actual place to the kindness you find in a family. As you can see from the pictures the house and land are immaculately kept. The gravel mile-long driveway makes it feel wrong to be in a car, it should be horse and carriage. Bea has a glow to her that makes you feel really good, like you're supposed to be there. The history is mind blowing, as are her gingerbread cookies and homemade bread/breakfasts. There is just something about this place...don't miss it.
5 sur septembre 29, 2013
What a fabulous place in Gettysburg but, away from all the hustle and bustle of downtown. We spent the weekend in the John McKinley room (downstairs). My husband and I were so glad to have a room downstairs so we didn't have to haul our suitcase up any stairs. We were on a 2 week business trip! It was so fun to stay here and meet Bea and David and their family! We came as strangers and left as part of the family!! The house has so much history and a wonderful story behind the preservation of it!! Bea is a wonderful hostess- anything we wanted, she was more than willing to get for us! Breakfast each morning was really extraordinary at whatever time suited us. We really didn't want to leave the B&B to do the touristy things in Gettysburg (even though we did). It was so beautiful and serene here on the property. I was so glad to have found this B&B on this website at the last minute!! Keep up all the wonderful work, Bea!!! Thanks for a lovely weekend!
A la campagne, A la montagne, Petite ville
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington)
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Sites historiques, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Fermer à Washington d.c., Philadelphie et Baltimore, Boutiques, Services religieux, Piste de ski, Entreprise vinicole, Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Chasse, Pistes de VTT , Shopping, Excursion, Location de skis
Jeux de société, Lecteur DVD, Bureau, Bibliothèque, Radio, TV, Téléphone, Equipé pour les mariages
Climatisation, Réveil, Peignoirs, Sèche-cheveux, Internet, Planche à repasser, Wi-Fi
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Chasse, Pistes de VTT , Shopping, Excursion, Location de skis
Bea & David Waybright
Famille déjeuner de style