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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.
5 on November 19, 2014
The General Merritt's suite was absolutely beautiful. The fireplace was a great finishing touch in an already cozy room. The breakfast was delicious, filling enough for even the pickiest of palates. All staff were incredibly friendly and willing to help as needed. All in all, a great stay!
It is good to hear that you enjoyed staying in the original farmhouse. Our breakfast cooks appreciate the compliment. I hope to see you again on your future trips to Gettysburg.
5 on November 16, 2014
We were so impressed by the whole experience. We loved the history presentations every morning and we were so interested to learn about the action around the south cavalry battlefield. We had never heard of it in any of our previous visits to Gettysburg. The location was just a few minutes from downtown and was beautiful. We loved that we could bring our dog, and she had lots of running room on the property. The breakfasts were delicious and very well presented. We will definitely stay here again.
Thank you for your review. I am glad that you learned new things about the south Calvary Battlefield from our history presenters. I look forward to seeing you and your dog on your return trip to Gettysburg!
4.6 on November 07, 2014
What a wonderful place to get away for some relaxation and fun. Loved playing with all the cats and strolling around the grounds. Will absolutely be back!
Thank you for your review! I am glad that you felt relaxed on your trip. I look forward to seeing you on your return trip to Gettysburg.
4.2 on November 06, 2014
A short overnight to try to catch the fall colors. A few days too late, but the ambiance of the tack room located in the barn made it worthwhile. Loved the animals at our door (and so did our dog), and the old stone walls. The morning history talk by a civil war renactor before breakfast was thoroughly enjoyable, and the breakfast was great! We and 6 other guests from New Jersey, California, and Austrailia lingered at the table sharing life stories without being rushed along by the staff. Very relaxing; next time we'll stay longer and see those fall colors!
I am happy to hear that the staff helped you relax and unwind during your stay here. I look forward to seeing you on your next visit.
5 on November 04, 2014
We stayed for our annual Ghost Hunting Tour...was in the Grahams Artillery Room. Clean, neat and comfortable. Staff was always willing and able to accommodate any of our needs. Food was delicious and the other guests were a pleasure to meet and talk to. The inn is lovely and I really was looking forward to seeing a ghost...well, maybe next year....It was a very nice and relaxing three days. And the cookies were out of this world!!!! Thanks for the good time...
I love hearing from paranormal investigators. It's a shame that you did not get to see a ghost on this particular trip, maybe next time. I am glad that you had such a positive experience with our staff during your stay here. I look forward to seeing you on your future ghost hunts.
5 on November 03, 2014
This B&B is a treasure. The service is great. The staff is friendly. The breakfasts are delicious.
I am glad that you had such a wonderful time staying with us. Thank you for your review!
3.6 on October 28, 2014
Enjoyed wearing the old clothes and feeling like we were back 150 years ago. Nice people, great history lesson and excellent gourmet breakfast. We even took home the cutest little kitten you have ever seen.
Thank you for giving our kitten a loving home! I hope you visit us again.
3.8 on October 26, 2014
The history seminars at 8am were excellent. You don't get to choose your breakfast, one breakfast was served for all (no options). The rooms were cleaned daily and were well done. Our dog liked to have the run of the place (indoors). She had a great time!
We actually do have breakfast options available upon request. This is done at check in when the evening host asks about your dietary needs. at breakfast. Thank you for your review.
3.8 on October 21, 2014
Our favorite thing was the history presentation each morning. I wish we had stayed one more day and we could have had a more relaxed visit. As it was we were in such a rush to get to the battlefield that we didn't get to enjoy the inn fully. Just 2 somewhat negative comments. The water pressure in the shower was not good at all. The older iron in the room left stains on my white shirt and i had to get a newer iron. Thank goodness I had Shout To Go and was able to get the rust stains out. Personnel were very friendly.
We have since removed this iron from the Seventh Georgia room. My apologies for the inconvenience. Thank you for your review.
4.0 on October 21, 2014
This was our second stay at the Battlefield B&B. As always, the morning classes about the Civil War and Gettysburg were great. The breakfasts are outstanding. A nice way to start your day at the battlefield. One thing that Florence needs to stay away from in the future however. During our stay, the B&B allowed a political group come in that turned into a rally. Not a good idea. The group was noisy until 11:00 PM with political signs and radical propaganda left behind. A negative on an otherwise nice stay. When staying at the Battlefield B&B, make sure to take the Miss Betty Haunted Tour. You end up at the B&B's barn that was used as a field hospital during the battle. The tour is very interesting and a nice way to complete your visit to the battlefield.
This lacy 2nd floor room is dedicated to the Rush's Lancer's Cavalry unit out of Philadelphia. Sleep on a four-poster queen sized bed. Two windows look north toward the woods. A twin sofa bed can accommodate a third guest.. This room is in the most modern addition to the building.
This first floor room was the original parlor in the 1809 farmhouse. The room oozes history, with hand-hewn beamed ceiling, original chestnut floors, and two-foot thick stone walls. Queen bed and twin daybed. Can sleep up to 3 guests.
A beautiful exposed stone wall, lacy canopy bed, and hanging Amish Quilt with a heart theme make this room a guest favorite. This is perfect for a romantic getaway. This second floor room looks out toward the front lawn. $199 Fri & Sat $175 Sun-Thurs per night for two guests
This light airy corner room is on the second floor. Three windows look out toward the pond and the back lawn. Sleep under pictures of Jackson and Lee in a queen-sized bed. This is in the most modern section of the building. A twin sofa bed can accommodate a third guest. This room is in the most modern addition to the building.
This large guest room in the historic 1820's barn features a king bed a spacious bath with Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. The room is designed to accommodate guests with limited mobility while also providing luxury accommodations for honeymoon couples. Because this room is included in our wedding packages, weekend dates will only be released three months ahead. This room is great for animal lovers because the windows look out over the farm animals.
This second floor room has a queen bed and a full size futon sofa bed with an excellent mattress. A cathedral beamed ceiling, exposed stone wall and historic feel characterize this room. The room is decorated to commemorate the 2nd US Dragoons. If you feel at home both on horseback and on foot, this is the room for you!
Our largest suite is the upper floor of the original 1809 farmhouse. The master bedroom has a king bed, the second bedroom has a full bed. The spacious bath is accessible from either room. Private stairway to this 2nd floor room. Can accommodate 1 rollaway to sleep up to 5 guests.
This two room suite is perfect for a family or group. The master bedroom has a queen bed. The second bedroom has two twin beds. The bathroom is accessible though the master bedroom. A large picture window looks toward the pond. The beautiful stone of the 1809 building makes up the wall behind the master bed. This room can hold up to two rollaways and accommodate up to six guests.
This is a separate cottage at the entrance to our drive. The cottage has a full kitchen, dining room, living room, queen bed, queen sofa bed, two massage chairs, two full baths, each with a Jacuzzi, a front porch overlooking the sunset, and a back patio.
This corner second floor room has two beds for travelers who don't want to share beds or for families that want to share a room. One bed is a queen bed and the second is a double. The room can hold one or two rollaways and accommodate up to six guests.
Ground floor room with patio and king bed. Upgraded bathroom.
King bed, ground level room with patio, spacious upgraded bathroom
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 40 miles
From Route 15, take Steinwehr Ave exit. Drive north 2.9 miles. Our sign is on the right. Turn into the gravel lane and drive back 1/4 mile to the historic inn. From Route 30, turn onto Baltimore Street from the Gettysburg Traffic Circle in the center of town. This will be a right turn if you are coming from the west and a left turn if you are coming from the east. Go to the third traffic light and take the right fork, called Steinwehr Ave. Drive south for 4 miles. Turn left into the gravel drive at the sign and drive back 1/4 mile to the inn.
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
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