We loved our four night stay at the Lodges in June, 2013 but we do have a couple of suggestions. I believe that the clientele that prefers this kind of accommodation is into fresh air and scenic views. We were surprised to find that there were no screens on the windows so our access to fresh air was somewhat limited - it is a rural setting so there are insects. We also had to ask for seating for our little deck although we did note that most of the lodges have one to two deck chairs on their porches. We also requested a floor lamp for our main room as there was no reading light available other than those by the beds. These requests were accommodated with the best equipment available and we were happy with the way our request was handled. There's not much interaction with the folks that run the place but the little there is pleasant and we found all the people at the Lodges to be very helpful. We stayed "up top" in one of the North Lodges. There is an "event ground" in this area composed of a large rectangular, elevated field ( looks like there's likely a reservoir underneath) that would make an excellent scenic view point if there was a gazebo or some kind of seating available up there? It's a great spot with a spectacular view that sets you up for what you will see on your battlefield tour. It's also a short drive into the town of Gettysburg for dining or doing a little shopping.