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Place for breakfast for 30 in Gettysburg??

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Watchung, NJ
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Place for breakfast for 30 in Gettysburg??

Hi there,

I am looking for a place that can accomodate 20-30 people (preferably in a private room) for breakfast/brunch in Gettysburg the day after my wedding. Does anybody have any good ideas of a location that might be able to accomodate us? I am open to B&B's, but I think my group might be to large for most. Thanks for your help!

Baltimore, Maryland
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for North Conway
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1. Re: Place for breakfast for 30 in Gettysburg??

I would look at the hotels on the outskirts of town. Of they have a room, inn at Lincoln sq has great ambiance.

Edited: 2:21 pm, September 14, 2013
Williamston...
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2. Re: Place for breakfast for 30 in Gettysburg??

I know the Hilton Garden Inn has a ballroom that would probably be big enough for your group, but I don't know if you have to be a guest to use it or if they would provide the food, etc. You'll have to contact them directly for details.

Central PA
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3. Re: Place for breakfast for 30 in Gettysburg??

Check with the Wyndham, fine service and food.

4. Re: Place for breakfast for 30 in Gettysburg??

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