This place is away from town but not far which too me makes it great. Lots of wildlife and very quite. Cabin was nice & clean with no issues. We did not have anyone in the ajoining cabin so I can not comment on noise. We had a deck off the back but no chairs were out there which would have been nice. I did ask if we still had the option to purchase breakfast since we didnt when booking and was told yes. I'm glad I didnt because while $5.95 is not much the amount you get is comparable to most hotels free breakfast. Waffle maker, cereal, yogurt, apples ect. We took the 10 min drive into town instead. I did see people at the pond fishing and a place for bonfire but we did not have a chance to try those out. I agree with a few others that it would be hard for handicap to get in & out of a few of these cabins and seems like parking right at your cabin could be an issue if all cabins were full. Staff was nice but we seen very few of them. Over all good place for Gettysburg visit as long as you dont want to be in middle of the town. This will def be where we stay if we go back we just wont both with the breakfast they offer.
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- The Lodges at Gettysburg is a warm and elegant private retreat set on 63 secluded acres and conveniently located just under 70 miles from Washington DC, Baltimore MD, and Harrisburg PA. Its private modern lodge accommodations are complete with fully equipped kitchenettes, bathrooms, fireplaces, hardwood floors, heating and air conditioning, private porches, vaulted beam ceilings, Flat Screen TVs and secure high speed internet connections. ... more less
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