We stayed two nights, and appreciated the fact that we could walk to the town square. Becky and Elizabeth were friendly and helpful. The room comfortable. But the main thing we like about inns, is at breakfast time, you get to meet very interesting people, from many parts of the country. And you can share traveling experiences. Obviously, this is very important in Gettysburg, with so many different attractions. I especially enjoyed the visit on Tuesday from Mr. Chambers, in his Federal Army uniform, who gave us many insights into the life of the soldier in 1863. Their shoes, for instance, were neither left or right, but fit any foot.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An In-Town Oasis, the Gaslight Inn is a nine room Inn one block from Lincoln Square, the center of town, and one block from Confederate Ave., the Culps Hill area of the Battlefield. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Gaslight Hotel Gettysburg
- The Gaslight Inn b&b