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My husband and I stayed at the Brickhouse Inn, in Gettysburg, PA sent 1996 for Remembrance Day Parade. Since that time, we have seen it flourish from four guest rooms to a magnificence Inn it is today. We don’t believe we could have found a...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
The Brickhouse Inn is the only place to stay in Gettysburg. It has become just as much a part of my visit as the battlefield. The Inn is beautiful. The owners are very warm and caring. Breakfasts are grand and location is perfect. I have...More
We have been staying at the Brickhouse Inn now for several years and have never gone away from our trip disappointed. The staff will go out of their way to make your stay a comfortable one and very helpful with any questions that you may...More
The Inn is conveniently located, less than 15 minutes' walk from Gettysburg's city center and a two-minute drive from the Visitor Center and the Battlefield. It consists of two beautiful old red brick houses. We stayed in the newer house (in the sunny South Carolina...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.