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It is a great place to stay. Todd, Christine and Cooper (their dog) are the perfect innkeepers. Breakfast is always delicious. Even though the B&B sits on the battlefield it is quiet. Tourist are just far enough away that they do not disturb the patrons...More
The perfect place to stay and be "in" the battlefield's first day of fighting. This 1930's property offers numerous rooms on 2 floors, spacious windows and places to sit and enjoy their wonderful views. Off street parking available but a bit limited. Very quiet and...More
My husband and I were driving back to Canada from Baltimore and I surprised my husband with a stay at the Doubleday Inn. He's a huge Civil War buff and this location couldn't be more perfect. It's the only Inn right ON the battlefield. We...More
Just finished an awesome 2-day stay and can't see ever staying anywhere else on a Gettysburg battlefield visit. Located right on the 1st day battlefield with amazing views.My wife and I have stayed before and just keep coming back. This is the 3rd time we've...More
We were originally planning to stay at a motel in town... but since my wife is such a Civil War buff we decided to upgrade to this property after seeing it was right on the battlefield. And that -- it is! We learned it's one...More