A delightful place to rest, recover, and fill up on delicious food. Nothing fancy, but concern for taste and presentation was evident. Visiting Gettysburg for the day, friends suggested the Inn. I'm happy we went. The soups and sandwiches were very tasty, and the service very attentive.
We were there off-season, but our friends eat there often without complaint.
The downstairs pub is small and cozy with historic pub style. The main floor has a more,high-end menu and seating. It remains historic, but lighter and brighter.
Worth the visit and a short journey to the past.