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 novembre 09, 2014
Bea and David are the perfect hosts. We stayed for the weekend and we all were treated like family. Our coma onions had been there before and this was my first trip and definitely recommend a stay. The history alone of the house is amazi and coupled with the hospitality makes this place amazing.
5 sur septembre 16, 2014
Bea and David will take great care of you at the MaryPenn. Part of Inn is in PA, the other in MD, but this Inn is all together a treat. When you arrive Bea will give you a history of the Inn and then treat you to wine and a cheese plat to be enjoyed when you like. There is a beautiful stream right by the Inn, where you can enjoy these treats and solitude. Breakfast was great along with the company of Bea and David. If you like beautiful settings, the quiet, and great hospitality. Gayl and Kurt
5 sur août 20, 2014
My dad and I took a father-son trip to Gettysburg. We absolutely loved the Mary-Penn B&B. First of all, it is extremely cool how historic the building is. It's a farmhouse built in 1740 with the second floor put on using bricks thrown off as ballast in Baltimore Harbor in 1793. It's in an absolutely lovely setting (surrounded by 900 acres of farm) away from the tourist hustle and bustle. Bea and David are extremely nice and were wonderful hosts to us. (David even drove us to see an original marker laid by Mason and Dixon in the 1700s not far from the property. The breakfasts were huge and delicious (and this is coming from a big eater). We stayed in the William Penn room which was really nice and great for us because there was an annex with a twin bed that I slept in. I was a little concerned the inn would be too far out of town, but it's not. It's close and the setting is so lovely and private it's worth the extra short drive. (Also, downtown Gettysburg is a little overrun with fudge shops and haunted tours for my tastes.)
5 sur août 13, 2014
We had a great stay.We were treated like family the minute we walked into the door.Its the personality of Bea and her family that takes this B&B to the top of my list.All the rooms were perfect and there is a room for every different need. The grounds are amazing and the breakfast was to die for.Thank You Bea,David,&Aubre We will come again, George Hoffman
5 sur août 10, 2014
We have been to many B&Bs ,all over the east coast...this is by far the best,in every aspect! We consider the owners part of our extended family as of this stay :) Bea is a phenomenal hostess,and her family is just as awesome! Was discussing return plans upon leaving ! I highly recommend this location! So serene and peaceful.And yummy too.
5 sur juin 03, 2014
We were in the area for a wedding at The Links at Gettysburg. We were looking for a quiet, out-of-the-way place to stay. We found it! About a mile off the main road up a dirt road sat this beautiful, old, fully restored home. Bea greeted us as we pulled up like we were old friends there for a visit. It was the first time we met! She gave us a tour of the house and explained all the history behind it. The place is immaculate and was like going back in time. The next morning I took my cup of coffee outside and sat by the creek. A perfect setting! Bea made us breakfast and Dave joined us for what felt like a family gathering. My wife and I can't say enough good things about this B & B or our hosts! Thank you so much and we'll be seeing you again. Bob & Kim Graffin. New Freedom, PA.
5 sur mai 27, 2014
This home is beautiful beyond words and loaded with so much history! The inn is clean and the decoration is amazing! If you are looking for a place to relax and unwind this is the place to come. Bea and Dave are amazing innkeepers. You feel like your at home from the moment you walk through the door. Thank you Bea & Dave!!!!
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.
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
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