Stayed here one night while visiting and very pleased with the hotel. It is smaller and across the street from the Gettysburg American Theater. It looks like there was a remodel very recently and have to say really loved the room and decor. Our room had a little sofa pullout with an archway separating that area from the beds. Very clean and updated. The bathroom sink is outside of the bathroom and we also had a refrigerator and coffee maker. Heather, the woman who checked us in was extremely pleasant, friendly and helpful. What a nice welcome! The woman at checkout and the hostess at the included breakfast were equally as friendly. My only complaints - we had a room that had a connecting doorway to the next room. It only happened once but when the other occupants were standing near the door it was almost as if the door was open - a bit loud. Otherwise it was very quiet in the hotel. If they had been active the whole night, it would have been an issue. I would ask for a room without the connecting door. The only other issue was that they ran out of milk at breakfast; the manager raced out to get more but my daughter managed without it for her extra cereal. The hostess was extremely apologetic. The price was well under $100 and I feel it was worth it.