We just recently returned from a two night stay here, and I cannot say enough about how truly wonderful it was!! The inn was extraordinarily clean, each room is beautifully decorated, and the gardens were gorgeous! We stayed in two separate rooms (Lily and Violet) and both were extremely clean, the beds were so comfortable, and the temperatures were comfy even in 90+ degree weather! Becky is very hospitable and makes you feel right at home. The breakfast both days was fantastic! I have only two suggestions I have for anyone staying here (and they are purely my issue NOT the fault of the owners). First, to please let Elizabeth or Becky know if you have any food allergies right away! I neglected to tell them I have an allergy to pineapple, and I felt horrible at our first breakfast when they had to remake my breakfast bc it was a Spanish quiche with pineapple salsa. They quickly made a different one with peach salsa instead, but I felt bad making them go through the trouble. The second, if you have a lot of heavy luggage, you may wish to pick a room on the second floor rather than the third. The first night, we stayed in the Lily room and carrying my heavy suitcase up three flights of steps in 90+ degree heat was rough. Again, these were both my fault, not the Inn's! I would recommend to anyone to stay at The Gaslight Inn when visiting Gettysburg!! You truly will not be disappointed!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An In-Town Oasis, the Gaslight Inn is a nine room Inn one block from Lincoln Square, the center of town, and one block from Confederate Ave., the Culps Hill area of the Battlefield. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Gaslight Hotel Gettysburg
- The Gaslight Inn b&b