My husband and I stayed at the Gaslight Inn for the weekend. The Innkeepers, Becky and Mike, were so pleasant. I called several times before we stayed with questions, and every time, Becky was eager to answer my questions. We arrived a bit earlier than check-in time, but our room was ready and Becky happily showed us our room and the rest of the inn. I also ordered an anniversary package, and it was beautiful. The wine was excellent, and the cheese, crackers and fruit tasted delicious. She and her husband were very well-informed about the city, and the places to visit. The breakfasts were "to-die-for"- meaning very tasty! The dining room table was elegantly set, and although it was "fine dining" at the table, the atmosphere around the table was cozy and quaint. We all were eager to talk to each other and share experiences about our lives. My husband and I would recommend The Gaslight Inn as a MUST to stay.
As a guest of the Inn, you are also given a discount on "Miss Betty's Ghost Tour". This is also a "must-do". Now, as you walk around the town at night, you will see dozens of "ghost tours and walks". Miss Betty takes you on a tour outside of the town, to some of the most haunted areas in Gettysburg. Her unique way of telling stories along with her own real experiences makes this a tour to take. Ask about Miss Betty's tour when yo book at The Gaslight Inn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An In-Town Oasis, the Gaslight Inn is a nine room Inn one block from Lincoln Square, the center of town, and one block from Confederate Ave., the Culps Hill area of the Battlefield. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Gaslight Inn b&b
- The Gaslight Hotel Gettysburg