Went here with my wife for a quick getaway. We were greeted by Christine, Todd & Molly. After giving us a tour of the house and our room (Iverson), they lent us a copy of the Gettysburg auto tour and we were on our way. They gave us great suggestions on restaurants and pubs in the town, which after going to, they were dead on. We ended up eating and drinking at The Pub, right in town square. There are many shops in town, but they all seemed to be closed when we walked by, at about 6pm. We did not spend much of time at the inn, but when we were there at night, it was quiet and peaceful. Breakfast in the morning consisted of blueberry pancakes & turkey bacon, fruit, coffee & OJ. It was delicious. Overall we had a wonderful experience there and would go back anytime.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The only Gettysburg Bed and Breakfast located directly on the National Battlefield! You are literally "up above it all" here on Oak Ridge, overlooking both the Battlefield and the town of Gettysburg. With just 9 rooms and onsite owner/innkeepers, we offer a TRUE B&B experience with exceptional service and personalized attention. Offering gracious accommodations to discerning travelers for over 20 years, we invite you to come see for yourself what all the buzz is about! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Doubleday Hotel Gettysburg