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Stay in an original Civil War home directly on the Gettysburg Battlefield. What makes us special? Civil War history programs every morning. Delicious breakfasts served by costumed staff. Dog and family friendly. Three gracious comfortable common areas for our guests. 30 acres of privately held Battlefield for guests to explore. Fun location for ghost stories and paranormal investigations. Beautiful barn wedding venue with guestroom/dressing room in the barn. Private cottage with kitchen and Jacuzzi's.
Two room Confederate Suite has a queen bed in the master bedroom and two twin beds in a separate room. This spacious ground floor suite has a large picture window overlooking the pond.
This Union room was the downstairs parlor of the 1809 stone section of the building. The gas-log fireplace, open beam ceiling, and original chestnut floor add to the historic ambience. The room has a queen bed and a twin day bed.
This Union Room named in honor of cavalry General Wesley Merritt, one of the "boy generals", is the entire upper floor of the original 1809 building. It has a master bedroom with fireplace and windows in three directions. There is a second bedroom with a full-size bed. A spacious bath and private stairway make this a very comfortable, private room for a couple or family.
2nd US Dragoons has a queen bed and a full-size futon. This Union room has an interior wall that is the exposed stone from the original house. The vaulted ceiling gives a spacious atmosphere. This room is decorated to honor the Dragoons, who were hardy soldiers trained on the frontier to fight on foot and horseback.
This romantic Confederate room has a lacy canopy bed, vaulted ceiling, and beautiful stone wall.
This spacious corner Confederate room has windows in two directions and a vaulted ceiling. The room is decorated to honor the 1st Texas Infantry unit who fought here on the property.
This Union room is decorated with a theme inspired by Rush's Pennsylvania Lancers. The decor is soft and lacy, with a Victorian ambience.
This Confederate room is decorated with magnolias and a wall mural. Sleep under pictures of Lee and Jackson. This corner room overlooks the pond.
This cottage is an entire private home along our drive. The house has a kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom, and two Jacuzzi baths. The bedroom has a queen bed and two massage chairs. The living room has a pull-out sofa bed.
4.2 on August 28, 2014
1803 Farmhouse that has been made into a B&B. Many aspects are original. Some walls are paper thin, so be forewarned. You can bring your dog, but they have 9+ cats, which could be interesting. Breakfast is served with no choices. Historical lecture before/during breakfast was very interesting. Staff friendly and helpful. Overall a very worthwhile experience.
Thank you for your review! We do offer variations on our breakfast, however you have to specify that you have a preference for specific breakfast foods at check in. Otherwise breakfast is a standard set plate for every guest. I am pleased to hear that you enjoyed the morning history program. I hope you come back to visit us again on a future trip to Gettysburg!
5 on August 27, 2014
A friend and I did a last minute trip to Gettysburg for the farmer's markets and such. We usually come with a larger group and either camp or do a motel, and have doing so for the last 6 years or so. Since it was the two of us I found the last room at this B&B and booked it. I was NOT disappointed. The grounds, the atmosphere inside the home, everything was so quaint and cozy. There are period costumes in the parlor that were fun dressing in and taking pictures. I can't say enough how much we enjoyed the Battlefield Bed and Breakfast.
Thank you for reviewing us! I am glad that you enjoyed trying our period costumes on.
5 on August 27, 2014
This was a really charming B&B. We loved the historical aspect of the B&B. The talks that the local historians gave in the morning were really informative about this time period. It really added to our stay. Also the sit down breakfasts each day were delicious. The staff was extremely welcoming and friendly and the warm cookies in the afternoon were really a nice gesture. This B&B was close to town and right next door to the battlefields. I would highly recommend it and will stay here again on our return visit.
I am glad that you enjoyed your stay with us! I look forward to seeing you on your return visit to Gettysburg.
3.8 on August 20, 2014
Very pleasant. The history talks before breakfast area nice touch, as are the numerous cats roaming around outside. The grounds are lovely.
I am glad that you enjoyed our grounds as well as our pets. Thank you for your review.
4.4 on August 15, 2014
With a Civil War vacation in mind it was fun staying at Battlefield Bed and Breakfast. They were very accommodating by providing us with breakfast when we had to leave very early one morning. I would definitely come back or suggest this B & B to anyone going to that area.
I am happy that we accommodated all of your needs during your stay here. Thank you for the recommendation!
4.8 on August 12, 2014
I can not say enough good things about the bed and breakfast. We were so tired from a crazy busy week, and the track room was so comfy. The horses, donkey, and other farm animals made us smile. The history lesson I the morning was unique and special. The breakfast was so yummy! The grounds were a beautiful place to walk our dog. My favorite part was the huge bathroom. The pictures on the website fo not do the tack room justice.
I am glad that you enjoyed your stay in the Tack Room! We will certainly consider your suggestion to upload some more pictures of the room to our website.
5 on July 29, 2014
We arrived and immediately were welcomed and shown to our room. Which was even nicer than represented on the web site. The porch access to the barn and the horse, pony, and donkey really thrilled our dog. She enjoyed making friends and watching the animals. Breakfast was tasty, hot, and filling. We are already planning our return trip
I am glad that you enjoyed your stay with us! It is good to hear that your dog enjoyed the company of our animals. I look forward to seeing you and your dog again on your return visit.
4.4 on July 26, 2014
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!
I am glad that you had such an enjoyable stay with us here at Battlefield Bed and Breakfast. I am happy to hear that our history programs and ambiance successfully immersed you in the culture and history of Gettysburg.
5 on July 24, 2014
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.
I am glad that you and your dog enjoyed your visit with us.
5 on July 22, 2014
Plan to come back so peaceful and beautiful setting. Everyone was so nice, Breakfast was excellent. And got to love the animals.
I am glad that you enjoyed our breakfast and our animal friends. I look forward to seeing you again!
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 40 miles
Actually, most guests arrive at one of the Baltimore or DC airports. From Harrisburg, take 83 to Route 76 (The Pennsylvania Turnpike) and go a short distance to the Gettysburg exit in Harrisburg. This will be Route 15. Drive south 35 minutes and exit at Steinwehr Ave. From Baltimore, get onto the beltway and take 795 towards Westminster. This will become 140. You can either stay on 140 to Emmitsburg and go north a couple of miles on Route 15 to Steinwehr Ave, or you can take 97 out of Westmister to Gettysburg. You will come to a light and make a sharp left onto Steinwehr. Drive south 4 miles. From DC, take 270 north to Frederick. This will automatically turn into Route 15 to Gettysburg. Get off at Steinwehr Ave.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg College, Mount St. Mary's College, Ski Liberty Ski Resort, 60 minutes to Washington DC Metro, Land of Little Horses, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Winery
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BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Library, Piano, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , massage chairs
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Gettysburg National Military Park, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Video Arcade
We offer a 10% Active Duty Military discount year-round. It's our way of saying "thank you for your service!"* *Discount can not be combined with any other offer or discount.