This beautiful home was built in 1794. In June 1863, Confederate General John B. Gordon meet with is officers in the drawing room to plan their approach to York. Today it is a four room bed & breakfast with a guest cottage. All rooms have private baths and comfortable setting areas. Hair dryers,terry robes and wine glasses provided. Each morning you will enjoy a full three course breakfast. Afternoons and evenings a sweet treat will be waiting for you in the library. Come for the antiques in New Oxford or come for the history of Gettysburg. You may enter as a stranger, but you will leave as a friend.
4.8 on August 23, 2011
We stayed there after doing a ghost hunt in the house. Elizabeth and Bob were great! We absolutely loved the breakfast it was to die for. We felt right at home.
5 on August 07, 2011
Bob and Elizabeth exude welcome from the moment they open the door. They have a family feel right from the first moment you meet them. The breakfast is absolutely wonderful. They have helpful suggestions as well as they are devoted to you comfort. Many an hour was trading stories on the veranda. Our time was only 8 nights but we left as friends. A regret we could not stay longer but it was wonderful.
4.0 on May 31, 2011
Bob & Elizabeth were wonderful host of this beautiful 1700's home. The rustic garden is great place to drink a cup of coffee and listen to the resident bullfrog. The "Squire" room was cozy and breakfast was delicous. I think Isabelle, "a past resident" may have gotten a little fresh with me in the middle of the night, but I slept well. My only regret was that I didn't have more time to chat with Bob & Elizabeth.
5 on December 05, 2010
Stayed here for the 1st time of many (we hope). We absolutely loved the cottage and Bob and Elizabeth were as charming as ever. Very much loved this B&B and will be back!
4.0 on August 16, 2010
Elizabeth and Bob are great- very welcoming and flexible. The house is very nice and clean, esp considering how old it is. Breakfast was tasty, but it is at 830, earlier than we hoped to be up. Great value and a good place to stay while visiting gettysburg- far enough away from the hubub and touristy feeling. Great italian restaurant across the street.
3.6 on April 01, 2010
Wonderful people and great food and history. Do have cats. Could have been cleaner.
5 on January 31, 2010
The Barker House is a wonderful place to stay in Pa. The house is beautifully decorated. Bob and Elizabeth are great people who strive to make every visit memorable. Breakfast is served in the formal dining room and the food is extraordinary. We have spent more than 35 nights there in the past 10 years with each visit being better than the last.
5 on November 03, 2009
Our four day stay at Barker House was terrific. Bob 7 elizabeth were perfect hosts & catered to our every need. All B&Bs should be rated as highly!
5 on October 20, 2009
Our room was very cozy & comfortable. Food was delicious. We especially enjoyed Bob & Elizabeth's hospitality. We felt very welcomed and at home.
4.0 on October 20, 2009
It was a really nice home with very nice owners! They made us feel like we were at home! We would definitely return.
Historic / battlefield, City, Small town, Wine country
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Gettysburg Battlefield, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, DVD Player, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone , amenities basket
Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board
Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping
Elizabeth and Robert
quilting, sewing history
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Apple filled with cinnamon / sugar. Wraped in pie crust.