Come join us at the Keystone Inn! One of Gettysburg's finest homes. Large rooms, KING SIZE and Queen size beds. Two suites, one with jacuzzi. All PRIVATE baths. One first floor room. Two rooms with balconies. TV/DVD/Fridge in all rooms. Some with electric fireplace. Free off-street parking on our property. Quiet, in-town location five blocks from Lincoln Square. BATTLEFIELD views from several rooms. Full breakfast included. Large porch for relaxing. Gardens with outdoor seating areas. Personal service with owners on site!
This room decorated in white and blue, has a queen size bed with feather topper. An antique French loveseat offers a place to relax and unwind. The room has a TV/DVD and a refrigerator for added convenience. The bathroom is private and located directly across the hall. Robes are provided. The bath features a claw-foot tub and separate shower. We are sure even "Allegheny" Johnson would be comfortable here!
This is a romantic room decorated in pink florals and is furnished with Reaser furniture made here in Gettysburg. The queen size bed has a new pillowtop mattress. The headboard features built-in reading lamps and a blanket chest in the footboard. An electric woodstove adds warmth and ambiance. A comfy loveseat offers a place to relax and the TV/DVD and refrigerator add convenience. The private bath offers a tub/shower combination. Beautiful sunset views in the wintertime!
This room is highlighted by the ornate antique bedroom suite that Clayton Reaser and his wife Anna used when they moved into their newly built home here in 1913. Feel pampered by the six-foot-tall headboard and its queen size pillow top mattress. The private bath has an over-sized shower. Super comfortable rocker/recliners are great for a nap! A TV/DVD and refrigerator are also included.
This is a handsome room with king bed and balcony. Lovely views of Culp's Hill are available as well as a private outside entrance. The room features an electric fireplace for ambiance, TV/DVD, refrigerator, and microwave. There is a cozy loveseat to sit and relax or read. The private bath has a large shower. Named for my Great,Great,Great Grandfather who fought in the 25th Virginia infantry, this is our most popular room!
This is a large room with King size oak bed and beautiful antique oak dresser. Comfortable stuffed rockers allow for relaxed reading. An electric stove for ambiance and all the necessary amenities are here including TV/DVD, refrigerator and microwave. The large bath has a tub/shower combination. This room looks out toward the home that was used by General Ewell as his headquarters during the battle, and is my wife's favorite room!
This family-friendly two room suite can accommodate 4 or 5. The main room has a king size bed which can be split into two twins and comfortable Lane recliners as well as a TV. Reaser furniture adorns the room with a period feel. The separate sitting room has a double size sleep sofa, TV/DVD, refrigerator, and microwave. The private bath has a corner shower. Beautiful battlefield views of Culp's Hill from the sitting room window!
This suite is the best of our best. The pale yellow walls and wicker furniture are reminiscent of a beach cottage. The luxury king bed and queen sleeper sofa in the separate sitting room guarantee a great nights sleep and can accommodate 4 or 5. The bathroom features a Jacuzzi bathtub. Table and chairs, T.V. with DVD, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and outside entrance make this the perfect retreat and battlefield views of Culp's Hill are included!
3.4 on July 31, 2014
Very friendly owners who were helpful and made you feel at home. Very comfortable accommodations, with frig and air conditioning (Very much appreciated). Very good breakfast, with more than enough food. Nice touch with brownies in the evening and coffee all the time. Would stay here again. A bit far from restaurants to walk, but town is pretty small so not far to drive.
5 on July 17, 2014
We stopped in Gettysburg after our daughter's wedding for a little down time after the flurry of all the planning! We found the Keystone Inn to be delightful! The proprietors were so friendly and accommodating. The rooms were sparkling clean, and the breakfast was awesome. We enjoyed the close proximity to the tours and sights of Gettysburg, too. All in all, a wonderful relaxing stay!
4.4 on July 10, 2014
During a recent trip to Gettysburg we stayed at the Keystone Inn for two nights. The home was very well decorated and the room was above average. Mike and Marj provided an excellent breakfast both mornings and were very helpful in determining good, reasonably priced dinner locations.
5 on July 07, 2014
Very clean . Good food.
4.6 on July 03, 2014
Moderate pricing.Pretty older-home B&B, SW corner,5th & Hanover Sts.Quiet area. Parking limited:graveled parking strips in back, 2 more small ramp spaces, 5th St.side. Not handicapped accessible.Guest rms mostly 2nd or 3rd fl. Checkin 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM. Nice cleanliness & décor. Wraparound porch. Nice landscaping. Breakfast rm w/ self-serve drink area: tea choices & decaf coffee, ice bin & water cooler. Nice oval oak tables. 8 o’clock or 9 o’clock breakfast seating.Note special food needs. Guests given fob w/ standard keys for w. porch door & rm. Rms: deadbolt on entry lock & chain lock.Private bath. Rooms discreetly, comfortably modern.En suite small fridge. V. good guest information book. Reynolds room had queen bed.Bath linens fluffy &fresh. In room TV v. small. Good WiFi access w/ provided password on secure network. Roomy loveseat. Several electrical outlets. Wine glasses to borrow in dining area. “High test” coffee avail. beginning 6:30 AM. Generous breakfasts! Taxes add about 11 or 12% to room rates. Checkout time 11:00 AM. Charming hosts, hearty breakfasts, clean rooms, quiet streets – enjoyed our sojourn at Keystone B&B.
4.8 on July 02, 2014
We've stayed in a few B&Bs in the area. At Keystone the hosts are gracious. The breakfasts are delicious. The rooms are very pleasant and comfortable. Not as "fancy" as some B&Bs in the area: but, you won't beat this one for a pleasant, comfortable stay at any price!! This is now our regular B&B when visiting Gettysburg. DT (stayed June 2014 - 2nd time)
5 on June 30, 2014
Keystone Inn is an excellent b & B. The location is only a few blocks from the Circle in Gburg. You feel you have stepped back in time when you arrive at this beautiful Victorian home.but with all the modern conveniences. Marj and Mike are very good hosts. The rooms are delightful and even when full the house is very quiet. On arrival Mike explained everything and pointed out a very well researched file of points of interest in the area. Breakfast each morning was varied and always freshly cooked. Mike would join us in the breakfast room each day just to check if everything was okay which of course it was. I have no hesitation in recommending this B & B to anyone who visits Gettysburg
4.6 on June 28, 2014
The Keystone Inn was within walking distance to down town and also easy to get to by car. The owners were very gracious and the house appeared very clean. I appreciated having access to a CD that narrated the auto tour of the Gettysburg battlefield.
4.6 on June 24, 2014
We spent two nights in the General Greene suite which was perfect for us as we had our teenage grandson with us and he had his own room off the main bedroom, complete with his own TV and fridge. The B&B is nicely appointed and very comfortably and the hosts were charming, friendly, and informative. They also loaned us a CD so we could tour the battlefield on our own and learn more about Gettysburg even though we had also hired a private guide who was excellent. Being able to retrace the route the guide took us on gave us even more in depth knowledge of the events that had taken place there. The inn is about five blocks from the main square in town, so was pleasantly quiet but still convenient. Breakfasts were plentiful and tasty. We highly recommend.
4.8 on June 21, 2014
First bed and breakfast I ever stayed at. Wonderful place, awesome people, great location. Lots of free accommodations included. We will be back!
Small town, Village
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 35 miles
Follow 283 West to the PA Turnpike. Go West and get off at Rt 15 exit. Follow South to Gettysburg. Take the Hanover Street exit, turn right and follow 2 miles. We are on the corner of Fifth and Hanover.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, National military park,Eisenhower Farm, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Wi-Fi , Battlefield views, Wide front porch with wicker furniture, moderate sized yard
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Private entrance, TV
Bicycle rental, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Tennis courts
Mike and Marj Day
The Day's purchased the Inn in 2008 and live on-site and run the Inn. Mike is a Civil War history buff(imagine that) and Marj loves the Christmas Holiday and the decorating that goes with it. Both strive to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Low fat , Vegetarian , Diet