Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Gettysburg, Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member makes it easy to enjoy the best of Gettysburg.
As your “home away from home,” the boutique hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage while staying at Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member. In addition, Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member offers a fitness center and a lounge, which will help make your Gettysburg trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Close to some of Gettysburg's most popular landmarks, such as Shriver House Museum (0.5 mi) and Jennie Wade House (0.7 mi), Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member is a great destination for tourists.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Dobbin House Tavern, Blue & Gray Bar & Grill, and Garryowen Irish Pub, which are some pubs that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Gettysburg, check out an art museum, such as Gibson's Photographic Gallery.
Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member is sure to make your visit to Gettysburg one worth remembering.
My wife and I were looking for a quickly planned getaway. Gettysburg is a short 2 hour drive and after researching hotels in the area we came across the Federal Pointe. We took a chance and we couldn’t be happier. It was very clean, friendly staff and owner. The facility was quaint and steeped in history. Rooms are large and the beds are comfortable. This will be our new stopover!
Wonderful building with a history, we were greeted with professionalism and kindness. Great tall ceilings, hallways feel like the White House. Cozy basement pub and great service. Would absolutely stay again.
Expected a nasty little hotel in touristville, got a well-renovated old school turned into an 18 unit specialty lodging. Stayed in a king suite for a little more cash ($200+/night) -- beautiful, big room and bathroom on the first (room 208) floor. Clean, nice linens, big four-post bed that didn't annoy me (I'm 6'4). Noise from the bar below was eliminated when the front-desk person closed a series of hallway doors (caught the noise on entry, asked for another room -- couldn't accommodate me, but they fixed the problem immediately). Reasonably priced drinks in the bar. No parking issues. Might be the best/"only" place to stay in Gettysburg. After thousands of nights in hotels around the country/globe, this one was a great surprise: excellent bang for the buck.
Our room in this beautiful, historic building was the most beautiful I've ever stayed in. Leslie at the desk was the most helpful and welcoming. The location was perfect. we walked downtown to have a lovely dinner at The Blue and gray Cafe.
I only visited Gettysburg for two days, staying here one night, and had a great experience. The staff was extremely friendly and professional, offering suggestions for area restaurants and tips on where to go while in town. The hotel was clean, classy, and the perfect spot to stay. The blend of the historic building and decor with modern amenities was done very well. When I return to Gettysburg I will be staying here again.
First, staffing of Gettysburg hotels and restaurants have taken a HUGE hit. Replacements: unexperienced/uncaring Liberal Arts freshmen. Advice for Federal Point Inn Front Desk Staff (who I will not embarass by naming): 1. Remind guests making Res for Sun-Tue that the Inn's Pub is CLOSED those days. 2.When elderly guests check in, don't ask "Oh, this room is up those steps- you alright with that?"Try"We do not have elevator service would you prefer a room on the ground floor." 3.When elderly guests are carrying several heavy items up those steps and get halfway up them, don't look over your shoulder and ask "Ya need help with that?" Try grabbing a bag before getting to the steps and KINDLY saying "Here, let me help you with that." 4.When asked about a restaurant, don't make a face of disgust and shake your head but simply hand over the recommended list. 5.When asked where the GO PUB is, don't vaguely point over your left shoulder saying"that way a few blocks"- try"5 min walk east on Chambersburg St (Rte 30)". 1st day, more to come later…
Very nice place, converted from from an old schoolhouse. Stayed in the King Suite and it was very spacious, quiet and comfortable. Great staff, hot coffee in the morning. Walk to the downtown circle's restaurants and bars.
We just spent 5 days here, & it’s our 5th time staying here. Well, not to much to say about that, those numbers speak for themselves! It’s quiet, you would swear you’re the only room occupied. Immaculately clean, staff so welcoming & friendly. Stayed in room 310, & usually always try to stay on the top floor. Classy hotel!
Great hotel centrally located in town. Staff, especially in the bar and restaurant, super friendly and interactive. Rooms, decor, theme, all terrific. Great location but request a room on the left side of the hotel as your facing the building. Very busy highway that cuts through town on the right side. Also suggest requesting an upper floor, as we had some ceiling noise in the morning. Short walk up the hill behind the building to Seminary Ridge and Confederate Avenue. They have a restaurant for evening light food. Great diner across the parking lot for breakfast. Oldest school building in town and they do a good job of integrating that history with the battle theme.
Our August wedding was held about 25 minutes away and we had a block of rooms for our guests at Federal Pointe. It's also where my husband and I stayed following the wedding. We visited the property in the spring to see if it was a good fit for our guests and immediately knew it was! The staff was so helpful and considerate in answering our questions and showing us around the property. The building is a former high school and the pictures on the wall share some of that past. Our room was tucked away in the basement and was spacious, comfortable and private. Our guests really enjoyed the hotel as well and I've heard from some they can't wait to plan a trip back.