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My husband and I had a one-night stay here recently, just to relax for a day/night after the holidays, and it was fantastic. We stayed in the Georgia room and it was beautiful!! Very nice size too - also had a private bath with clawfoot...More
Stayed at the Brickhouse Inn B&B for a visit to the Gettysburg Battlefield. We stayed in the Carriage House and completely loved it. Located in the back of the property though a lovely garden, the Carriage House provided us with seclusion and privacy. An additional...More
Husband and I came to Gettysburg for our anniversary and happened upon this B&B mentioned in a TA forum, so we decided to stay here. We are so glad we did! We stayed in the Alabama room and loved the fact that it has it's...More
We stayed in the Tennessee room. There was a black and white photograph taken in 1950 when the young lady who resided in the room had wed downstairs. For her 50th wedding anniversary, she and her husband stayed in the same room and presented the...More
The Brickhouse Inn was fabulous. Everyone there was a gracious as can be. Breakfast was outstanding, and we had a more than delightful conversation with Brian. A many of many talents!
It is important to mention that we had our 12 year old son with...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.