Lovely old hotel - full of character. Our room was large, clean and comfortable.We found the food somewhat uninspiring and the bar closed at 9pm. As there was nowhere else to go in the village, it spoilt our evening.
The countryside in this part of America is very attractive with a lot of history and will appeal to the Brits as much as the Americans. Gettysburg about 8 miles down the road is well worth a visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Historic Fairfield Inn offers an enticing, warm, unique and memorable experience. It has been in continuous operation since 1757, and is one of the five oldest continuously operating inns in the country. Our rooms and suites are sumptuously decorated, and our food delicious. The restaurant is noted for our Chicken and Biscuits, and our Ham and Bean Soup (which is the same recipe as was served to the retreating Confederate forces on July 4th, 1863). Visitors to the Historic Fairfield Inn include Patrick Henry, Thaddeus Stevens, Robert E. Lee, and Mamie Eisenhower. This is a "must stop" destination for visitors to Gettysburg. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Historic Fairfield Inn 1757 Hotel Fairfield
- Fairfield Inn Fairfield
- Fairfield Fairfield Inn