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Reviewed 28 June 2010

My family and I visited Gettysburg to learn about it's history. I love to stay at older historic inns but that's not always easy with young kids as many of the B&B's either flat out don't allow children or even if they do they're not really appropriate for children. I chose the Dobbin house/Gettystown inn because they were one of...

Thank djean61
Pgh, Pa
Reviewed 24 May 2010

My husband 7 I stayed here for our 11Th anniversary. The room was nice & well kept. It was nice after a long day coming back to sit on the porch swing watching everyone go by. We have been going to Gettysburg for our Anniversary for 6 years now and Gettystown Inn made our stay great. The price was right...

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Reviewed 27 April 2010

My husband and I have stayed in many B&Bs in the Gettysburg area, as he is a history buff, and the Gettystown Inn is our favorite. This time we stayed in the Lee suite. It has a pretty little porch out front, with a small sitting room when you walk in the door. In the back is the bedroom and...

Thank rungirlrun308
Reviewed 1 January 2010

My husband and I stayed in the Aunt Holly Suite over Halloween 2008. It is a two-story suite at the rear of a building that has two other suites. The B&B is associated with the Dobbin House, and the (delicious!) complimentary breakfast is served at the Dobbin House, a couple of doors down. The suite was clean and neat. Complimentary...

Thank Oxzimmeron
Elizabeth, NJ
Reviewed 8 November 2009

I just returned from my second stay at the Gettystown Inn. During this visit, I stayed in the Lincoln Suite. I felt like I'd traveled back in time as I relaxed in my spacious suite. Waking through the two sets of double doors, you feel like you've returned to Civil War times. The bedroom to the left is impressive with...

2Thank HistoryTeacher13
Eagleville, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 12 September 2009

My wife and I stayed here for a long weekend on our honeymoon, which was our first trip to Gettysburg. We both enjoy studying history, so this was a treat. The location of the inn could not be better. Many sites are in easy walking distance. Add in the fact that Gettysburg is a very inexpensive place to visit, and...

Thank ajhsys
Redditch, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 August 2009

My partner, parents and myself stayed here for just one night in June 2009 as the sixth leg of our 22-day ‘Grand East Coast Tour’. Gettysburg was a stop-over between our last destination (Niagara Falls) and our next one (Williamsburg, Virginia). The first impression was not great because the welcome from the two women at check-in, in the gift shop,...

2Thank reddiguy
San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed 1 August 2009

My husband and I stayed in the Lee Suite December 30, 2008-Jan 2, 2009. The room was great, the Dobbin house is in a good location, and breakfast was more than amazing! The maid/waitress was perfect and asked if there was anything else she could for us. She remembered that I'm allergic to eggs, so the next morning my breakfast...

Thank makehistory
Philadelphia, PA
Reviewed 7 March 2009

A fantastic winter bargain for three people - under $90 for the night with a generous breakfast to enjoy by the fire in the morning. Me & my two sisters stayed in the Meade room. There was plenty of room for luggage and getting dressed; room and linens were clean; ample warm blankets for the winter! Friendly service throughout our...

3Thank SCPhilly
Chicago, IL
Reviewed 10 November 2008

My husband and I stayed one night in the Lee Suite on a whirlwind east coast vacation recently. The suite is just adorable. We had a private porch and two rooms. One was a sitting room with the tv and refrigerator with snacks and juice. Then the other room was the bedroom with bathroom. The bed was very comfortable and...

3Thank danzr13

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“The Overlook II is 2nd floor, private, a good choice atlas for April.”
 of 5 bubbles JudyK418, 23 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Loved Overlook 2. It is upstairs but has a private entrance. This suite is on the street side across from the National Cemetary”
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“The "Hotel Ratings" were not working. Service = 4 Rooms = 1 Cleanliness = 2”
 of 5 bubbles Cattaps, 18 Nov 2015 | Read review
“Loved the Reynolds room!”
 of 5 bubbles AllieGirl8200, 13 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Try to get the Lee suite. Just not when I am going to be in town.”
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