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Gettysburg's premier award-winning B&B Inn, in the downtown historic district. Enjoy the comforts of today's living in a style reminiscent of the turn of the century. Throughout the 1898 brick mansion and the adjacent c.1830 historic bullet-scarred Welty House, family heirlooms and selected antiques combine Victorian grace with modern amenities. Superb hospitality, bountiful breakfasts, exceptional guest comfort and attention to detail, lovely gardens and on-site parking, are only the beginning of an unforgettable visit to this historic town. Innkeepers Tessa and Brian invite you to stay in the town where occurred one of the most decisive battles in world history.
The beautiful bay window in this second floor front room is shaded by an oak tree and overlooks historic Baltimore Street. The rich sienna walls compliment the antique furnishings. Second floor, Queen bed and private shower/bath. $139 - $165
A respite for the single traveler or economy-minded couple. This smaller room features a full size bed and antique marble top dresser- quite cozy! Third floor, full size bed, private bath with shower. $115-129.
A third floor room with bay window overlooking historic Baltimore Street. Elegantly furnished with a reproduction wrought iron bed and antique walnut marble top dresser. Third floor, Queen bed, private shower/bath. $139-165.
This third floor room is a welcome retreat. Rose hues and floral prints, and a maple high-back Queen bed, provide a tranquil setting. A love seat in the bay window is a perfect spot. Third floor, Queen bed, private shower/bath. $139-165.
This third floor has a country feel, with matching antique oak dresser and wash stand, country quilt and Queen bed. Third floor, Queen bed, private bathroom (shower). $129-149
Feel as if you've stepped back in time in this room, furnished with an antique oak high-back bed and butter-print dresser. The bay window overlooks historic Baltimore Street. Second floor front, Queen bed, private bathroom (shower). $139-165
Relax on the private porch or in the sitting room with day bed and TV. The main bedroom has a wrought iron Queen bed, and the pull-out trundle bed allows accommodation for up to four people. Private bath with clawfoot tub/shower. $159-184*
This second floor suite has a private porch with rockers, overlooking the gardens. Main bedroom with antique oak Queen bed; sitting room with daybed. The suite can accommodate up to four people. Private bathroom with clawfoot tub/shower. $159-184*
First floor of the Welty House with private entrance off a porch; rear entrance from garden. Pine floors and gas-log fire provides a cozy setting. Antique tiger oak Queen bed and dresser; private bath with clawfoot tub/shower. $159-$179
This second floor Welty House room features a balcony with garden views, antique walnut, queen, high back bed and marble top dresser. Gas fireplace and private clawfoot tub/shower bath. $159-179
Second floor suite in historic Welty House: queen bed, partitioned sitting area with free-standing electric stove, private balcony porch with rockers overlooking gardens (with many bullet scars). Private bathroom with clawfoot tub/shower. $159-179
This spacious room on the 2nd floor of the historic Welty House has a bay window with stained glass overlooking Baltimore Street, queen-size bed, electric fire, original wood floor, and private bathroom with a clawfoot tub/shower. $159-179.
This 1st floor room in the historic Welty House has a bay window overlooking Baltimore Street, queen-size antique mahogany canopy bed, electric fire, original wood floors, and private bathroom with shower. $154-169
This first floor room in the Welty House has a private entrance from the patio. It features a queen bed, electric fire, and a private bath with shower. $149- $165
4.8 on August 25, 2014
We have stayed in many bed and breakfast locations over the years, and this was one of the very best. I would absolutely recommend it.
5 on August 24, 2014
Everything was fantastic! Will definitely return!
5 on August 23, 2014
We were fortunate enough to stay 2 nights in the Ohio room at the Brickhouse Inn on short notice. It was the best decision we could have made. We decided on the package deal which included a 3 hr. private tour of the Battlefied. Susan our guide was fantastic. We could have listened to her all day. Brian and Tessa the owners, are wonderful warm people. The first morning we thought it was a bit cool to eat outdoors on their beautiful patio, so we opted to eat indoors and this did not pose a problem at all to the staff. I am not a breakfast person but I could become one if the staff cooked for me daily. Food was outstanding. We were on the third floor which was not an issue for us. It was quiet and cozy. The bed was comfortable, the room an ample size, clean and neat and had everything you would ever need. We were within walking distance to shopping and restaurants. We will certainly be returning and I can't imagine staying anywhere else.
4.8 on August 17, 2014
The Brickhouse is a great place to stay if your interested in the Battle of Gettysburg . You can walk to many of the sights and was built at the time of the Battle. Beautiful grounds around the B&B. I would recommend a stay and would myself stay again.
2.8 on August 14, 2014
An ideal venue for those wanting a true experience of the history and flavour of Gettysburg
4.6 on August 13, 2014
Every aspect of our stay at the Brickhouse was great. Great innkeepers, great food, great room, beautiful/great grounds. We stayed in the Alabama Room which was awesome. The Brickhouse is close to everything you will want to do in Gettysburg. I think my favorite part was just reading in the garden. It is very peaceful there. this was our second time at the Brickhouse and each time it gets better.
3.4 on August 12, 2014
Overall our stay at The Brickhouse Inn was disappointing. I have stayed at many B & Bs and have had wonderful experiences; just mediocre here. The woman who welcomed us at The Brickhouse was not warm or welcoming. She showed us the rooms in a very perfunctory fashion. Never asked where we were from , how our travels had been, etc.. Very clean rooms; Tennessee was a bit cramped but New York was bigger. Breakfast was good and it was pleasant to sit on patio. Major complaint is that I felt like I was in a small hotel rather than a comfortable, warm inviting home. The owners/staff never spoke to us or engaged us in any way; very disappointing. The street noise is also very loud although convenient to walk to restaurants. I would not stay here again.
4.8 on August 08, 2014
Great vacation stay and great location, just a short walk to downtown and easy to get to the battlefield sites.The landscape is beautiful and the carriage house was very quiet in the back of the property.
4.4 on August 08, 2014
Great room and location. The owners and staff were so friendly and helpful and the breakfast was great! So much food! You won't have to eat lunch!
5 on August 07, 2014
I am so pleased to have chosen to stay with you and I will be staying again.. the entire place, rooms, service, and especially the food was awesome!! I was super impressed with everything and I will be given your name to everyone that asked me!! :) Hope to see you all again VERY soon!!
Downtown, Small town
Harrisburg, PA (MDT)
65 miles from Baltimore, BWI.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, National Military Park , Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Amenities Basket, Board games, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine , Massage therapist
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Battlefield tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
PA Dutch Shoofly Pie
Always on the breakfast table, a wet-bottom molasses pie, a Pennsylvania Dutch Tradition.