This lodging is in the perfect location for access to the battlefield, national cemetery, touristy stuff for kids like the wax museum etc. Most are walkable if you are so inclined. Indoor and outdoor pools, only one of which is open at a time depending on weather I guess. Rooms are not new but clean with comfortable beds. Wifi kind of spotty but sometimes usable. Decent free breakfast served except the main dish never changes (scrambled egg pucks and sausage) but there are all the usual cereals, yogurt, muffins etc. so there is no need to go elsewhere.
I would have no qualms in recommending this place to a friend and the location is far superior to the name brand hotels out by the highway. The staff was friendly and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- STAY ON THE EDGE - Park your car and walk to the battlefield, museums, attractions, shops, restaurants and ghost stories. In 1863 the three day Battle of Gettysburg involved 170,000 Americans. Today the battlefield is a National Park with 6,000 acres, 1,300 monuments and thirty-two miles of scenic avenues. Walk to where Lincoln delivered his immortal Gettysburg Address or step on a tour bus to the battlefield, the Eisenhower Farm or even Washington, D.C. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Quality Inn Gettysburg Motor Hotel Gettysburg
- Gettysburg Quality Inn