We last stayed here in 2011, when this location was under different management. Spotted a couple of dead silverfish at the time, which we couldn't really blame on anyone, as this location had previously been a field for several centuries previously, but other than that, there was something definitively "meh" about the whole experience.
Seeing that it had been taken over by a new team, and based on the good reviews since then, we decided to try it again, and are glad we did. A nice welcome, and a great room. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it felt like a completely different place from the one we stayed in two years ago! The room was super-comfortable, the air was ice-cold (a wonderful refuge from the 92-degree heat outside!) and the WiFi was blazing (I was on assignment for a newspaper this weekend, and as such needed to upload 29 large photo files, and was shocked at how quickly they went through!)
Didn't try the breakfast, so I can't comment.
My only minor hitch is that the TV seems to have VERY basic cable, with a lot of the non-received channels displaying a "Not Available" message. Could've been an issue with the cable company, though, and not a big deal.
Of course, the location may be off-putting for the first-time Gettysburg visitor, but you really don't need to be in the middle of town, and this weekend I preferred access to US-15 and the back-roads for ease of navigation what with the 150th anniversary congestion.
All-in-all, an excellent Sleep Inn, and one that I will gladly patronize again, which is something I'm surprised to be saying based on my experience in '11! Good job, New Crew!