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Reviewed July 30, 2012

Gettystown B&B was very nice and privet it was more like staying in a bungalow since every most rooms have their own street exit and living area.
It was clean and the food was great! I enjoyed my stay very much and their was a lot to do with in walking distance.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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Thank Themergoger
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Reviewed July 27, 2012

No place has ever served a better breakfast. We stayed 3 nights, every breakfast was unique and different. The servers are caring and gracious. We felt special.
We stayed in the Steinwehr Suite. The bathroom is about as large as the bedroom, maybe larger. Our bed was comfortable. The room was a bit cramped, but we did fine. There was a large dresser so we didn't need to live out of our suit cases. A small writing table with chair next to the window came in handy. A cupboard in the bathroom to hang up our clothes, plus a very nice vanity with mirror and chair, small refrigerator, and large stand up mirror. Small flat screen tv in the bedroom. No internet.

Down stairs is a large living room common area for watching tv or visiting. The front porch offers rockers and a porch swing which was great for sitting in the evening to people watch and listen to crickets.

Room Tip: Our rooms was upstairs, but if you don't want to climb stairs, ask for a bottom floor room.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Debimlee
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

We choose to stay in "Lee" whenever possible as we like the layout of this best. Accommodations include a very firm queen sized bed, and a daybed in the sitting room area, which also includes a small color tv. Separate entrance makes the unit feel more individualized and less a part of the inn. Has small porch also, and recently added a personalized parking space marked "Lee" in front of the unit. Can also use common area (tv, coffee maker) within the inn, but own room is more private with own entrance. One slight drawback this time around was owners could only find one key to room. Did not make that much of a difference to use personally. Breakfast is served from 8:30-9:30 in the Springhouse Tavern, just a short walk across the parking lot.

Breakfast often includes fruit, OJ, muffins, zucchini (or banana) bread, coffee and other breakfast fare. The two mornings we were there: breakfast strata (not a fan of that one), and a more delicious biscuits and gravy combo. Often have scrambled eggs, waffles, bacon, ham, etc. Breakfast is usually quite good and they are accommodating about special requests.

We are already booked for next year!

Room Tip: Lee or Meade are our favorites.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank phillyfit
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Reviewed May 31, 2012

This is the perfect place to stay in Gettysburg! Our party consisted of three couples. We had the Steinwehr, Stuart and Reynolds rooms. All three were charmingly decorated, immaculately clean, and comfortable. All of the rooms are decorated in period decor, with much attention to detail. The staff was fantastic: friendly and helpful. The location is great....right in the middle of shops and restaurants, a very very short walk to the historic district, and just a few minutes drive to the Gettysburg Military Park Visitor Center. The front porch is a terrific way to end your day in Gettysburg...the six of us relived the day while "people watching." When we arrived, it appeared some of the porch seating had been moved, and there was only seating for four of us. We brought this to the attention of the staff, and were provided with more seats by the time we got up the next morning. One evening we had a bad thunderstorm....so we all got together in the sitting room...with the free coffee provided. Breakfast is served in the historic Dobbins House next door. There is a separate breakfast room for inn guests. This room was the parlor of the Dobbins House in 1863 and is decorated beautifully. Breakfast was very good all three days we were there. The linens were nice, the beds were comfortable. Although the inn is decorated in 1860 decor, the bathroom is modern, and the television is new with lots of channels. I would have to say none of the six of us could find one fault with this place...even the price is reasonable. I do not know how you could go wrong here.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank bcbcbc
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Reviewed April 26, 2012

Our stay was very relaxing even if we could hear all the traffic on the busy road. The room itself was pretty well appointed, even if the microwave (as promised in the description) was stored in the bathroom closet.

The back sitting room was nice for my husband who wanted to watch TV, while I sat in the front room reading.

The breakfast was outstanding. I should have asked for the applesauce bread recipe.

Room Tip: we liked the overlook suite 2 - lots of room to spread out and no noise except for traffic be careful of the fridge. Ours got too cold and a soda exploded.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank ATD4499
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