A Home away from Home! Baladerry Inn is located at the edge of the Gettysburg Battlefield near Little Round Top. This Circa 1812 brick Federal-style home served as a hospital during the war between the states. A large two-storied great room dominated by a massive brick fireplace serves as both a dining and gathering area. A brick terrace, off the great room, provides an outdoor area for socializing, while a gazebo affords a private place of tranquillity.
Upstairs in the Old House, Vines features king bed, electric fireplace, private bath in a large, sunny room.
Two room suite in the Carriage House. Cottage Rose features a sunroom with queen size sofa bed, large bedroom with king size bed, private patio, fireplace and private bathroom.
Open the door of the Rose room and a feeling of warmth envelopes you. In the Carriage House, Rose features a private patio, private bathroom and queen size bed.
In the Carriage House, Daisy has a country accent and features a private patio, private bathroom, and queen size bed.
Sunny Marigold, located in the Carriage House, features a fireplace, sitting area, with single sofa bed, queen size bed and private bathroom.
A touch of Ireland, in the Carriage House, features a fireplace, sitting area with full sofa bed, queen size bed and private bathroom.
Located in the Main House, the Garden room features private bath and queen size bed, close proximity to common areas.
Cozy room located in the Main House features private bath and queen size bed, close proximity to common areas.
In the 1830 house, this large, airy upstairs room, features twin beds, which can be converted to a king bed (as shown on the right, above), and private bath located across the hall.
This charming room upstairs in the 1830 house features a private bathroom with a single whirlpool tub and queen size bed.
3.8 on July 06, 2014
Judy and Kenny Caudill were perfect hosts at their lovely and comfortable inn, which is most convenient to the center of Gettysburg and the visitor's center. A most pleasant place to stay and we will return.
5 on June 29, 2014
This was the last leg of our vacation and one of the best stays we had. The best Bed and Breakfast we have had the pleasure of staying in. A Great facility with a lot of history; An Excellent location, close to the activity but in a peaceful setting and the Innkeepers are terrific people who make you feel welcome from the time you arrive. This is definitely a place we will come back to.
4.8 on June 26, 2014
A very enjoyable stay. Will definitely go back again
5 on June 24, 2014
With guest from Australia, my daughter and I stayed in the Shamrock room; plenty of room for 3 or 4. Very clean. Comfortable two beds. A great value. Morning breakfast was 3 small courses and was enough. Great coffee. Beverage nook with 24-7 help yourself beverages well-stocked including snacks. Helped ourselves to key lime cookies, reading loft magazines, and enjoyed the smell of honeysuckle in bloom outside. Nice added feature was hot tub on outdoor patio, very relaxing after a day of the sights. Great location and easy to find, close without being in the hubbub of touristy town center.
2.8 on June 23, 2014
The staff here are very friendly and welcoming. The room we stayed in, The Shamrock room, was beautiful and spacious. However, we had hoped for decor fitting a Civil War battlefield or historic building. Instead, there were random family-type documents from the turn of the century and had no bearing on the locale of the house that we could tell. The breakfast was subpar and disappointing based on the description as a "full country breakfast". The entree was poorly made and overcooked casserole. As the house in outside of the city of Gettysburg, cell service is spotty. Wi-fi is only available in the Great Room and not in the rooms outside of the main house. We had hoped they would share the history of the house and how it played a part in the battle. While it is close to the battlefield, per se, it is still a short drive to any of the parts of town worth visiting. The things we did like about it was it is very secluded and very quiet. After a day spent on the battlefield itself, it was nice to come back, relax and contemplate the day's adventures. All in all, we would like to stay again if the reviews showed an improvement in food quality and historic details of the role the house played during the Civil War. Also, Wi-fi to the outside rooms would be much appreciated by us who still like to be hooked up. We hate giving this a poor review because the staff were really nice and the property itself is absolutely beautiful.
Countryside, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 55 miles
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Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Eisenhower Nat'l Historic Site, Emmitsburg MD, Seton Shrine, Nat'l Firefighters' Museum, Lutheran Seminary, Orchards: Apple Blossom Festival, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Historic Inn, Country Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Gazebo, hot tub, patio, hiking, jogging, biking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Kenny & Judy Caudill
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , gluten free meals
Crepes and Glazed Peach or Pear French Toast
A homemade egg and bacon filled crepe topped with melted cheddar cheese mixed with toasted onion and fresh chives. French Toast is soaked overnight with special sauce,layered with peaches or pears and baked in the morning.