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This historic inn, which is located downtown, is an ideal location to visit Gettysburg. The rooms are spacious rooms are wonderful places to relax after a long day exploring this quaint town. To be critical, the only negative thing I can think of would be...More
This Union suite was cozy and perfect for 2. Sitting area had 2 chairs and a TV, small kitchenette with microwave and Refrigerator. They had a cute basket of homemade breads/muffins/fruit, OJ and milk in the refrigerator, coffee and tea that was replenished each day...More
I stayed here in late September, and it was fantastic. The rooms are spacious and clean. The delivered breakfasts are a treat. The hotel is located in the center of town close to everything. The staff is ready and able to answer your questions, and...More
The rooms at this location are huge. The ensuite kitchen is nice, but we did not need it, so we could have booked a cheaper room. Will probably do that next trip. Conveniently located in downtown, most every good restaurant and bar is within walking...More
Check in was fine, the hostess (her name is Tuesday) was very pleasant and helpful. The room was below par, esp. considering the price: carpet was dirty (filthy, actually), very cheap foam pillows, bed was old and rocky, furniture was very old and I'm sure...More
Response from Rachel S | 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.