Follow Hospital Road, to the Gettysburg-era Baladerry Inn. Down the road from the Bushman Farm, once a field hospital for the Army, this former farmer's house is rich in history, charm, and hospitality. Set in the idyllic Pennsylvania countryside at the edge of the battlefield, the Baladerry Inn offers a special Gettysburg blend of charm, comfort, and convenience. Landscaped grounds, romantic terraces, and full country breakfasts are almost as entrancing as its uniquely themed suites.
Battlefield Bed & Breakfast
Step onto the Gettysburg Battlefield, at Battlefield Bed & Breakfast. Stand where soldiers fell behind Big Round Top, at this Civil War farmhouse on a beautiful 30-acre nature preserve. An authentic Battlefield experience includes a signature Battlefield Bed & Breakfast full home-cooked breakfast and an hour-long history lesson where you'll learn about different Gettysburg civilian caretakers, artillerymen, and even how to fire a Civil War musket!
Gettystown Inn-Dobbin House
Visit the oldest piece of Gettysburg history: Gettystown Inn - Dobbin House. A Colonial home of 1776, was built a full four score and seven years before the Battle of Gettysburg. Making this house the oldest, most historic home in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Experience the candlelit elegance of the Colonial Manner, cozy and romantic Springhouse Tavern, charming Abigail Adams Ballroom, eclectic Country Curiosity Store, or Civil War-era Gettystown Inn.
The Brickhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast
Experience Gettysburg history beyond the movie sets and history books at The Brickhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast. There are two pieces to this story: the 1898 three-story Victorian mansion and the 1830 Welty House, once occupied by Confederate sharpshooters during the Battle of Gettysburg - with the south wall bullet scars to prove it. As Gettysburg's premier, award-winning bed & breakfast, The Brickhouse offers ideal downtown location, a wide selection of rooms, and the best tour packages in town.
The Gaslight Inn Bed and Breakfast is a Gettysburg landmark in its own right. Where historic details aren't just remembered, they're relived. Get a Civil War history lesson before Tuesday's breakfast from an avid re-enactor and by Thursday morning meet General and Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant. Hire a tour guide, take a carriage ride through the Gettysburg Battlefield, or swap war stories on the patio of this 1872, three-story brick bed and breakfast. If history compels you, The Gaslight is for you.
Herr Tavern & Publick House
Where history meets hospitality, there's The Inn at Herr Ridge. As the first Confederate hospital of the Battle of Gettysburg, the Inn is known for its special connection to the area. Enjoy nowhere-else amenities like private ghost tours from renowned professional storyteller "Miss Betty," only taken by registering at the Inn. As well as nowhere-else history. The Inn at Herr Ridge was once a former base for a bank robber, brothel, the underground railroad, and the first Confederate hospital.
Look into history at Keystone Inn Bed and Breakfast. Pennsylvania ambiance, history, and service come with views of the Gettysburg Battlefield from several of Keystone Inn's rooms. Quiet countryside, flowerbeds, and large porches surround lovely grounds just beyond the battlefield, restaurants, stores, and historic Gettysburg attractions including Culp's Hill. Enjoy a full country breakfast and romantic accommodations from this late-Victorian home.