We stayed in the Lincoln Suite at the Gettystown Inn on 8/3/05. The suite was perfect for our family: my wife & me...and our daughters: ages 12 and 7. The accomodations were spacious, but helped put us in the "period"--we felt we were in the middle of the Civil War!! Our daughters shared the sitting room; one slept in the pull-out couch while the other used the roll-away. We enjoyed the master bedroom. We also had use of a huge kitchen and an adequate bathroom. While located on the main "drag". the traffic in front of the Inn was not oppressive (in fact we enjoyed it!) . We were within walking distance of many of Gettysburg's main attractions. We ate dinner at the Dobbins Tavern--it was Disney-esque in quality (ie the ambience seemed a bit forced and the food quality did not match the price nor the hype). However...the breakfast (included in the room rate) was above average. We loved sitting on our porch at night...watching the "ghost" tours travel to the cemetary. Overall...we loved our experience and would urge others to stay here.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking