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Visited the week of the 155th re-enactment presentations. Made the Brickhouse Inn our 1st B&B experience....it was a memorable time and one we hope to repeat. Brian, Tessa, & staff were great, with the morning breakfasts in the garden a wonderful treat. We stayed in...More
Just got back from an amazing weekend in Gettysburg. The Brickhouse Inn is very well located--a short walk from the center of town and a very short drive up to the Visitor's Center. The Inn itself is very welcoming. Lovely living rooms/parlors on the first...More
Wonderful Inn to stay for Gettysburg bike week. It was everything we had hoped. We often spend the day in this historical town, but this was our first extended stay. Could not have picked a better place. Highly recommend to friends and family.
What a wonderful B&B! Very close to many nice dining establishments. Well-kept room and delicious breakfast. Hosts were quite nice, greeting each guest at breakfast. The house is quite lovely and the patio dining fantastic.
We got the Virginia room. While it is small (it was only two of us), it was very cozy and we enjoyed everything about this room. Breakfast was wonderful; we loved going out to the Japanese garden that was back of the inn to relax....More
The guest rooms do not have fridges or coffee makers. However, there is a guest fridge in the dining room of the Victorian house, as well as Keurig coffee maker. These can be accessed at all times, even by guests in the... More
The guest rooms do not have fridges or coffee makers. However, there is a guest fridge in the dining room of the Victorian house, as well as Keurig coffee maker. These can be accessed at all times, even by guests in the Welty House.