Even though we only stayed one night, Kit and Robin (and Rehab, the dog) were really nice and accomodating. We stayed in the Petsylvania room, which had its own door and was, for the most part, separate from the rest of the building. We were able to walk the dog in the large field across the road and near the pond filled with ducks. There is even a dog cleanup area with a dedicated trash bin and bags. Robin told us about all the interesting history of the property like the hiding space for slaves escaping on the Underground Railroad and the special slit windows built into the stone barn that allowed for settlers to shoot from a protected vantage.
The room was very comfortable and offered almost all the amenities you could want including its own collection of plates, glasses, and utensils; soft bathrobes; and a comfy bed. The breakfast featured great coffee and a choice of waffles or quiche. Kit and Robin were always there to help you with anything, but also let us do our own thing. I was thinking of staying at a chain hotel nearby, but changed my mind once I found Pheasant Field. I'm glad I did.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- AAA approved, historic property with spacious guest rooms (some pet friendly!) Easy access from I-81 or I-76 in Carlisle, PA; Conveniently located between Gettysburg and Hershey; Delicious breakfasts, overnight horse boarding also available. ... more less
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