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3 couples stayed for a February weekend at the Cashtown Inn. It was just what we were looking for and more. The Inn is a wonderful piece of history, and very comfortable. Owner Jack was so attentive despite a lot of things happening in his...More
Had a wonderful one night stay here.
Proprietors were friendly and Jack was particularly entertaining.
Very old, historical inn, we were pleased with everything.
Did not have dinner here but breakfast was great.
Looking forward to a return visit one day.
We stayed one night after the Remembrance weekend. There was no one else in the Inn. some of this may be critical however this Inn has so much potential as a historical Inn. The room we stayed in was the Imboden room, #2. the bed...More
Just back from another wonderful getaway to the Cashtown Inn. As always, Jack and Maria made us feel not just like guests, but like family. And after years of visits, that's what we have become. The inn is historic and lovely and if you are...More
Jack and Maria are one of the best host a person visiting Gettysburg could have. We not only talked until 5am with the owners but had there own personal tour. People do not realize this is there home and there allowing us to visit and...More
We were just there last night and the belligerence is real! We had a dinner reservation and was kicked out making my 9 year old cry. The owners appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This would explain... More
We were just there last night and the belligerence is real! We had a dinner reservation and was kicked out making my 9 year old cry. The owners appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This would explain ALOT