We stayed recently at in the Mary Juliet Danner Suite, and overall had a very nice visit.
Overall this was very nice room, appropriately decorated in mid-1800’s style. The room is made up a bedroom and a sitting room, separated by a small kitchenette. There is a large and well maintained bathroom (shower only) off the bedroom. Overall the suite was quite large.
The kitchenette well stocked (small frig, sink, coffee maker, coffee, plates, knives, plates, etc.). We found ourselves using this a bit more than we anticipated.
The bed was a very comfortable king-sized bed – firm and felt relatively new. We only ask that they provide a couple of real down pillows.
The suite had its own AC/heating control that we found worked quite well, and was not too noisy when running.
The sitting room could easily accommodate 5 or 6 people if you wanted to meet up for coffee or drinks before dinner. Do note that the suite is on the ground floor with the two sitting room windows looking directly onto Lincoln Square. This provides a nice view, but does mean closing the shades for privacy.
We appreciated that fresh fruit and muffins were in the room, and replenished each day. This, combined with the coffee, made for a much less hectic morning.
The location is very convenient – directly on the Gettysburg square. This led to a bit of occasional street noise, but nothing too bad.
Jeannine, our innkeeper, was great. She helped us get organized and settle in. She also set up a driving tour of the Battlefield with a licensed NPS guide. Three hours was $83 ($100 with a tip) and well worth it.
Compared to other inns and hotels, we felt the room price was a good value. We’d recommend this place to others, especially those wanting a downtown/historic experience.
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