My mother, daughter, sister and I recently enjoyed a 3 day stay at the Brickhouse Inn B&B in Gettysburg. It was delightful! The owners and staff were all deeply committed to making our stay comfortable and enjoyable. We were greeted each morning with a delectable 3 course breakfast. All of us were thoroughly impressed by the presentation of the food, as well as the flavor. Dessert with breakfast was a true delight! The home itself was inviting and comfortable. The gardens were exquisite and beautifully maintained. Our hosts saw to all of our requests and needs. They arranged a private-guided tour of the battlefield and recommended excellent dining and historically relevant experiences during our stay. The relaxing, peaceful atmosphere was a respite from the everyday world. We highly recommend the Brickhouse Inn if you'd like a little bit of Heaven on earth!
We have been patrons of the restaurant for over 20 years. We decided last year to stay with the Martins while we were in Gettysburgh. The peaceful and restful setting of the cottages makes the slight inconvenience of driving into Gettysburgh worthwhile.We came back this summer and brought another couple. It was a wonderful visit and we will be back.
Our room was in a quiet area, very clean; had a terrific bathroom;and we enjoyed wonderful breakfasts for 3 mornings. The room had a comfortable king size bed and a full size pull out sofa bed. The sofa bed was not very comfortable. The room also had sky lights which added wonderful natural light throughout the day; however, at 5 a.m. it also provided wonderful light, but it would have been nice to have a blind or shade to cover them for the early morning hours. Other than that it was really very nice. Our hosts were very friendly and helpful.
I stayed in the Master's Suite during a recent trip to Gettysburg. The room was wonderful, the setting lovely, What an incredible value for such a relaxing respite from work. The bed was very comfortable and plenty of pillows to settle in with. This location is a short 10 minute ride from the center of Gettysburg, but in a very rural setting. I was in the area for a conference, and will definitely return with my husband to spend more time relaxing and enjoy the deck with the picturesque view of the stream.
The Battlefield B & B was terrific. We were traveling with our dog, and they made us all feel most welcome. It provided a really authentic feel to our visit. While our room was small it was perfectly adequate, and the common areas and grounds were absolutely beautiful. The best part of it was the one hour history session each morning. We heard two which were quite distinct and added a lot to our visit. The staff was wonderful and really were helpful. The grounds and animals made us feel like we were on a farm and we could begin to picture the part this historic Inn played in the battle. The breakfasts were delicious and they provided coffee, tea, drinks and snacks throughout the day. What a better place to stay compared to the chain hotels in the area!
Historic Inn, clean rooms, excellent breakfast. Considerations not in control of the Inn associated with the downtown location: Did not expect a $10.00 overnight parking fee; Inn is tight to Baltimore St. with relatively high traffic including noisy truck traffic. On the positive side, Inn is centrally located to shops and restaurants and just a ten minute drive to the Gettysburg Visitor Center and Museum. Would consider a repeat visit.
Super location, food was really good (bought the cookbook). No complaints about lodging or food. All very nice. Central location right off traffic circle in the main part of town. Cannot understand why the police/town does not do something about the hot-rods guys who cruise in and out of the traffic circle with LOUD mufflers. One old truck with a new orange sparkle paint job with pumpkins painted on the tailgate went through many times Fri night -- very obnoxious. Felt sorry for the families eating outside at the restaurants and pubs.
Very much enjoyed my stay. The house and grounds are beautiful and historic and everyone was so welcoming and accommodating. Breakfast was absolutely delicious. It was lovely to be able to include my dogs in the trip.
Stayed for two nights as part of visit to Gettysburg. The innkeeper was excellent in terms of her knowledge of the house and the area, and provided great recommendations for restaurants. The room was very sparse and there were no controls for the AC, but it was comfortable and met our needs for our stay. Don't count on much of a breakfast here; plan to eat at one of the many local restaurants for much more variety and healthy choices.
We've been to Herr Ridge starting in 1998 when it was a small inn. Have not been there for about 6 years. It has grown from a small, good inn to a premium inn. Now has gourmet food, fantastic! Also wide arrange of room types
This B&B is wonderful. The staff and owners are informative and accommodating. The location is absolutely outstanding! The property is literally one block from the Lincoln Square roundabout and quaint shops & restaurants await immediately outside the front door. There is a parking garage directly behind the inn and ample street parking, although metered 8am-8pm on weekdays. The inn has a lovely courtyard with beautiful gardens that complement any stay. Will certainly stay here again; great experience!
I had my wedding in June of 2014 and it went so smoothly due to the professionalism and expertise of the staff at Stone Manor Inn. Brian and Loree are pros at what they do and I couldn't have asked for a better day. You will be sure to have a great event if you book it at Stone Manor.- Maureen Ryan
During a summer station in the DC area we decided on a quick trip to Gettysburg and were delighted to find the Inn at Herr Ridge. We had two rooms in the Annex building which is modern but consistent in style with the original property. We were greeted with icy glasses of champagne which was surprisingly welcome after a day at the Military Park. The breakfast was wonderful. The homemade blueberry muffins were especially good, and the eggs Benedict was the best we have ever had! Parking was easy, and the Inn is located within a few minutes of the town center and the Military Park.
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.