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Stay in an original Civil War home directly on the Gettysburg Battlefield. What makes us special? a. Civil War history programs every morning b. Delicious breakfasts served by costumed staff c. Dog and family friendly d. Ghost stories Friday night e. In house officiant for weddings (Rev.Ron Crawford) f. In house massage therapist g. Three gracious comfortable common areas for our guests h. 30 acres of privately held Battlefield for guests to explore i. Fun location for ghost stories and paranormal investigations j. Beautiful barn wedding venue with guestroom/dressing room in the barn k. 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.
Nightly Rate: $230/$172.98
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.
Nightly Rate: $230/$145.86
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.
Nightly Rate: $250/$147.26
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.
Nightly Rate: $209/$122.50
This romantic Confederate room has a lacy canopy bed, vaulted ceiling, and beautiful stone wall.
Nightly Rate: $209/$142.50
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.
Nightly Rate: $220/$148
This Union room is decorated with a theme inspired by Rush's Pennsylvania Lancers. The decor is soft and lacy, with a Victorian ambience.
Nightly Rate: $209/$140
This Confederate room is decorated with magnolias and a wall mural. Sleep under pictures of Lee and Jackson. This corner room overlooks the pond.
Nightly Rate: $209/$140
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.
Nightly Rate: $309/$174
4.8 on April 12, 2014
We arrived much later than we planned, nearly 9 pm, but the inn keeper was waiting for us and gave us a full run through of the room and services. Only complaint was that the room colder than we like and we couldn't figure out how to adjust the thermostat or if it even worked at all, there was an electric fireplace but it did not appear to work either. The hot water in the shower was iffy. The breakfast food and service was wonderful and the best part was the 8 am talk about civil war medical care. We only planned to spend one night but would come back again to enjoy the property more fully.
4.8 on April 07, 2014
My wife and I and our ten year old grandson stayed in the Battlefield B&B Inn while visiting Gettysburg. Our grandson is an avid history buff and quite knowledgeable in spite of his age. He absolutely loved the historical significance of the Inn. He spent an hour or more searching for battlefield relics in the fields on the farm. Our room, Reilly's North Carolina Infantry suite, was a perfect fit! Beautifully decorated and comfortably furnished we slept well after a Gettysburg tour in the rain! In the morning the Civil War history talk from a reenactor was excellent and very informative. He answered questions from all including our inquisitive ten year old. The final highlight was the opportunity to fire the actual Civil War era musket. A delicious and delightfully presented breakfast was served by period costumed servers following the morning program. What a beautiful activity filled stay we had. We will be returning! Our grandson has already asked his Dad to take him back to Gettysburg and stay at the Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn. Pat, Al and AJ Eichenberg, Michigan
5 on November 30, 2013
My husband and I fell in love with the Battlefield B&B and will not stay anywhere else when visiting Gettysburg ever again!!! It only took us 2 hrs once we arrived to decide we wanted to stay an additional night at the B&B...lucky for us our room was available for another evening!!! Breakfast was amazing and the staff was so amazing and helpful. My husband enjoyed his 60 minute massage that I had set up for him prior to us arriving! The room, and grounds were beautiful! They had ghost stories at night and history lessons in the morning which was a nice addition to our stay!! My husband and I enjoyed it so much that we decided that we will be making a yearly stay at the Battlefield B&B for our anniversary!!! What a great stay very clean and I would recommend it to anyone!!!
4.0 on September 23, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Battlefield B&B in September 2013. We had a wonderful time. The rooms were clean and nice. The food was outstanding. We especially liked the history lessons each morning. We would go back again.
4.6 on September 06, 2013
This is a great place to stay! It is only 10 minutes from the downtown area with the shops and about the same amount of time to the museums, battlefields and monuments, and even the college. I loved how it wasn't overcrowded (in fact I was the only one there the one night)! The cats, horses, and mule were also good company. The staff was helpful and yet they give you plenty of space to come and go as you please. I would recommend this B&B to anyone!
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 College, Mount St. Mary's College, Ski Liberty Ski Resort, 60 minutes to Washington DC Metro, Land of Little Horses, Gettysburg National Military Park, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Winery, 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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BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Library, Piano, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , massage chairs
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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
Music including piano and singing, gardening, cooking, Civil War history, storytelling, nature, and recently, riding a Razor