This is away from the hustle and bustle (and somewhat touristy) center of Gettysburg, which is a good thing. And it's close to the battlefield, so you have the best of both worlds. Breakfast was excellent; although it's served at 9:00 (why so late?), they accommodated our request for an early meal so we could get out to the battlefield by 8:30. Rooms are very comfortable although, based on what we could hear from neighbors, the walls are a bit thin.