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First, let me say that Jack and Maria are amazingly nice and are always happy to talk about the Inn or the surrounding area. Secondly, I want to encourage people to stay here. I make a couple trips to the Gettysburg area every year, and...More
We stayed at the Cashtown, my second visit there, just last weekend. Two girlfriends and I booked the General Lee suite for the weekend. Jack is always the host with the most. In his absence Friday night, Jack's right hand man Brian was a fantastic...More
My husband and I decided last minute to take a weekend trip to Gettysburg. I love history so I booked a room at this inn. We were in Room 2. We had a great stay. Everyone was very friendly; we had drinks at the Tavern...More
My husband and I stayed there after Thanksgiving this year as my birthday present. The Inn and room were very clean, however, with loose toothbrush holder, cracked lampshades, slumping sofa, shower hooks that fall off of rod, and malfunctioning TV, accommodations were shabby, not shabby-chic...More
Quaint, charming, and historically significant. Excellent food. Sub-par furnishings in our suite. TV old and malfunctioning. Sofa had broken springs and was near impossible to get out of once seated. End tables barely big enough to hold the lamp. Few places to set things down....More
I can't answer the lost reservation issues as we did not experience this. However, the belligerence of the owner is real and was experienced. Our advice to you is to keep searching. A real shame because of the history of... More
I can't answer the lost reservation issues as we did not experience this. However, the belligerence of the owner is real and was experienced. Our advice to you is to keep searching. A real shame because of the history of this Inn.