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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.
4.0 on March 27, 2015
I decided to book Battlefield B&B, since my husband is such a Civil War buff. He was not disappointed. The room was part of the original house and the breakfast talk by a Civil War expert was very captivating.
4.4 on March 16, 2015
We were the only people there for the first and third nights of our stay. We received excellent service and the food was outstanding. Just a small note that some of the outlets in the room we stayed at the second and third nights need to be replaced. They do not hold a plug, as I plugged my phone in the recharge overnight and the plug fell out and it did not charge. I then noted that several of the outlets are loose. The window coverings might need to be updated. Overall our stay was excellent as always. Thanks for your hospitality.
5 on March 12, 2015
So happy I found this place, our stay was wonderful and cant wait to go back Diane
5 on March 10, 2015
Visited with my best friend on a quick trip up to Gettysburg and back the next day (from DC). Really enjoyed our time there! The staff was sooo friendly, the rooms were great, the grounds--beautiful, and the history talk the next morning was amazing! Definitely coming back (hopefully in warmer weather) to enjoy this beautiful location again.
4.8 on February 21, 2015
Nice place. Large parlor room that would be great for a family gathering or intimate wedding. Only negative was that I thought it was closer to the main part of the battlefield.
Thank you for staying with us. To help orient future travelers, we are two miles from the Peach Orchard and the heart of Pickett's Charge. We are on a privately owned part of the South Cavalry Battlefield in an original 1809 farmhouse and the cavalry monuments are along our driveway. The whole park is 8 miles across and it takes 20 minutes to drive from one side to the other. The Visitor Center is also about 15 minutes away. We hope to see you in the future.
4.0 on February 19, 2015
The B&B was quaint and charming. Great historic old location. The room was comfortable and the staff was very nice. The breakfast's we had each day were fantastic. The historical speaker was very informative. Very close to historic battlefield which was easy to get to. The only negative was the showers were not very good. Water pressure was sporadic, tempature fluctuated and the water flow even completely shut off for several minutes during the shower. That was not a pleasant experience.
4.4 on February 10, 2015
We had a lovely stay for our 51st anniversary. Nice place. We must come back when the weather is warm and not wet so we can explore the property. Like the fact that it is pet friendly. Have relative that do not go to places like this because of their animals.
We have so much fun with our guests with pets that we are committed to making this part of our specialty. There is nothing like adorable dogs to bring guests together. Thanks for staying with us and sharing your anniversary.
5 on February 10, 2015
Had a wonder visit. Gen. Merritt's room was cozy and the fireplace was awesome to warm up by after walking around the snow covered battlefields all day! Innkeepers were very helpful and pleasant, and excellent cooks. Breakfast was outstanding both mornings of our stay. Can't wait for a return visit.....Stayed with some great people, and made some new friends. Thanks much for a terrific, relaxing time!
5 on January 29, 2015
We really enjoyed our stay - the innkeepers were so welcoming, as well as the other guests. Had two programs, which were very entertaining & breakfast was delicious! The massage chairs in Swan Cottage were wonderful! Will have to come back in summer!
Thank you for your review! I am glad that you enjoyed the amenities of Swan Cottage. I anticipate your return once the weather warms up.
4.6 on January 24, 2015
We had an amazing stay. Highly recommend to all overseas travellers (we are from Australia and those from the USA) made to feel very welcome. Close to all facilities and the battlefields. Plenty of room for the dogs and the beautiful breakfast made fresh each morning fantabulous. Highly recommend the history presentations each morning every one is different.
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.
$129 - $249
King bed, ground level room with patio, spacious upgraded bathroom
Large Wedding or Event
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.
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