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My wife and I stayed here May 9th-12th. We were in the Blue Parrot suite on the top floor. The suite was roomy, had a kitchen, and was in a corner with plenty of light. The innkeepers were very nice and helpful, and supplied us...More
We felt warmly welcomed from the moment we arrived. Loved the quiet accommodations and well appointed suite. The baked goods were excellent and we enjoyed being a part of the historic part of Gettysburg.
We recently stayed here for a weekend "getaway". Location is fantastic. Everything within walking distance. The room was ADORABLE. Kitchenette, living room area, surprisingly large bedroom. Furniture was clean and comfortable. They leave you muffin/fruit baskets in your room each night and "cookie of the...More
We stayed two nights at the James Getty and had two rooms. The hotel is in the heart of downtown Gettysburg and is an historic hotel. It has been wonderfully updated. Each of our rooms was like a mini apartment. Living room, Kitchette, big bathroom,...More
Great location. Heart of Gettysburg. Stayed in the suite. Nicely appointed, clean, comfortable, cozy. ALL of the staff were unbelievably welcoming and hospitable! A plus for travelers from other states/countries.
Breakfast of in -house made baked goods, brought to your room! Delicious!
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Response from Rachel T | Property representative |
I see that you visit Gettysburg quite often and enjoy the ghost stories. The James Gettys Hotel was known as the Union Hotel during the battles at Gettysburg and most likely used as a hospital. You can read about the James... More
I see that you visit Gettysburg quite often and enjoy the ghost stories. The James Gettys Hotel was known as the Union Hotel during the battles at Gettysburg and most likely used as a hospital. You can read about the James Gettys in the 3rd edition of Ghosts of Gettysburg by Mark Nesbitt.
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"Look at the pictures on the web site. We stayed in the Golden Cross Keys, on the 4th floor."