The Brickhouse Inn did a wonderful job providing customer service. I had to ask for an ice pack and they were quick to respond and even followed up with me on it. We also were going to miss breakfast due to an early tour. They packed us a to-go bag. We were in one of the smaller rooms and there was still a lot space.
We were prepared to stay at a hotel in the area until we came across glowing reviews of the Lightner Farmhouse B&B. This property has so much history associated with it and we decided that staying here would enhance our first trip to Gettysburg. The stay surpassed our expectations. The hosts -- Eileen, Dennis and Jason -- are very gracious and freely shared their knowledge of the town's history and sights to see in the area. Breakfasts were delicious and the cookies a nice treat to come home to after a day of touring. Our trip just would not have been as memorable if we stayed elsewhere. What a great way to experience a part of Gettysburg history!
This B&B was very nice settled in the little town south west of Gettysburg. It was easy to find and fits into the nostalgic history of Gettysburg. The inn keeper was very accommodating and wanted to make sure our stay was comfortable. The evening meal was delicious. Breakfast was good and presented nicely. Maybe it was me, but I thought maybe it was prepared using microwaveable products everything tasted fine, if this was the case I was expecting a little more after a fine meal served the evening before, I am easy to please so this didn't upset me. All in all I would recommend staying at the Fairfield Inn.
It was an awesome bed and breakfast. It was absolutely beautiful. Everyone was friendly and helpful. You got a large delicious breakfast. It was centrally located one block from the square and a short 5 minute drive to the National Park.
My husband and I visited the Lightner Farmhouse for an anniversary trip hoping to have a relaxing & cozy place to call home between sightseeing in Gettysburg. From the moment we entered the farmhouse until we checked out, we were treated with incredible graciousness and superb hosting. We stayed in the Cedar Room and loved the personal touches and amenities, private entryway, and fantastic porch with rocking chairs. The farmhouse, even with multiple guests, was exceptionally quiet, truly a place that beckons you to come rest and relax. The breakfasts were outstanding-pecan waffles, egg & cheese strata, and many other delicious touches.We loved the super convenient proximity to the Gettysburg Visitor Center and downtown Gettysburg and so appreciated the hosts' recommendations for activities. We will definitely be returning!
The White Hall Manor B&B is lovely. The owners were fantastic. Room was perfect. Last but not least - the breakfast was excellent. We really enjoyed our stay...only wish we stayed more than one night! Thanks Pam & Jerry!
This was our first bed and breakfast experience and it was over and above our expectations. We stayed in the Miss Dorothy Suite. The room was inviting, relaxing, clean and very comfortable. The entire house was beautifully decorated. Each morning Bruce's breakfast was better than the previous. Most important to us was the attentativeness of the staff. They were sincerely concerned with our enjoyment of Gettysburg. We are looking forward to our next stay and would recommend it highly.
We had a wonderful stay at the Brickhouse Inn. The staff was personable and kind. The breakfasts were delicious, something new and unique each day. Our room was clean. We loved everything about our stay especially the afternoon cookies/pastries that are put out for the guests. We will return in the future.
We had never stayed at a bed & breakfast. The Brickhouse Inn was a great experience. The grounds are beautiful and the staff was so pleasant. The breakfasts were unbelievably delicious. We would definitely stay again. So many sites and restaurants were within walking distances
Our time at HBF was a really enjoyable experience. We spent 4 lovely days in one of the cottages at HBF, and dined with them one night at their restaurant. The setting is idyllic: wind in the trees; and water burbling in the creek that runs through the property. The local rooster is an over-achiever, however, so keep the windows closed if you want to sleep late. The main house dates to the 1700s, plus a newer addition, and has been beautifully refurbished. The cottage was a comfortable duplex in woods a short walk from the main house, recently updated, and right next to the creek. It has AC that works well, but we turned it off to enjoy the wind and water sounds at night, and we were perfectly comfortable despite daytime temps in the 90s. Breakfast was delicious and generous. Pleasant breakfast companions each morning were all from within 1 hour of Gettysburg and all repeat visitors, which reinforces our sense that HBF is a superior B&B experience with a great reputation in the area. Dinner (a separate charge) was hearty country food, well-prepared, with unlimited portions: you may want to skip lunch before you go, and you should make a reservation. Mary Lynn and her team were lovely and helpful. If you're fussy about room services, you may want to talk with staff up-front about your expectations. Everything started out spotless and well-supplied, and the cottage porch was swept daily, but the inside was not cleaned, towel refresh wasn't entirely consistent, and basic supplies (shampoo, TP) were not replenished during our stay. By day 4 it was noticeable enough that we would have asked for a cleaning and resupply if we had been staying an additional day. (Given their responsiveness to our other requests, I am sure that, if we'd asked, they would have taken care of it.) Not a big deal for us, but if it's the kind of thing that bothers you, maybe better to say so up-front?
Three days recently enjoyed at the Brickhouse was not nearly enough! The room was large, nicely furnished and very clean. The breakfasts were absolutely delicious, so different from the norm. The garden was beautifully relaxing. Cordial hosts Tessa and Brian saw to every need and provided excellent information about what to see and do in Gettysburg. I would stay with them again were I to return to Gettysburg.
The rooms at this B&B were very lovely. We stayed in Miss Dorothy's suite which faces the street. The bed was comfortable (although the pillows had a liner which was loud) and the room spacious enough for a family of three to stay comfortably. The staff was helpful and friendly. The breakfast delicious. It is an easy walking distance from restaurants and shopping.
We spent Saturday Square Dancing in Fairfield. Hickory Bridge Farm was a great resting place before and after a day of dancing. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room was delightful. The hot tub was very relaxing Friday night. The breakfasts were filling and delicious. We look forward to returning in the future.
What a wonderful Bed and Breakfast in Gettysburg PA. The owners and Inn keepers are so friendly. Loved the breakfast prepared by Brian, It was delicious and they offer many choices. The place is very charming. Love the rooms with the whirlpool tubs. Walking distance to everything. When coming to Gettysburg will always stay at the Brafferton Inn