Brickhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast

452 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 452 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, is near Jennie Wade House, Shriver House Museum, Ghosts of Gettysburg, and Explore & More.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Brickhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast Gettysburg

    Great B&B--cozy and comfortable

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    We really enjoyed our stay at this B&B. Our room was very comfortable and cozy. It has a great location--walking distance to all the shops in town. Breakfast was great--the shoo fly pie is the best! Very clean and private. The bathroom was really nicely redone. The innkeepers do not live in the house, but right next door.

    Great B & B

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    The B&B was extremely clean and tastfully decorated. The cookies and lemonade was very good especially since I am not crazy about lemonade. Inn owners recommended places to eat also have a book with restaurant information and menus. We stayed in the New England Suite which was a very nice room. The water pressure is outstanding no place has ever had good water pressure. Though we could hear some street traffic it was quiet in the room. The only drawback for a person would be if they have arthritis, leg, knee or hip problems the claw tub with shower is up off floor and you have to be able to lift your leg about 3 feet to be able to get over the claw tub wall. The shower is tall enough for some who may be up to 6ft 5 in. They also have a closet titled "guest services" which has some supplies in case you left anything at home I needed bandages and was nice to find some to keep me from having to travel out to a local store. The staff and owners were very nice and also professional. Definetly my favorite place to stay in Gettysburg to date.

    Loved this B&B

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    This is a wonderful place to stay - walking distance to shops and The Dobbin House - great chocolate chip cookies and very accommodating owner - we had to leave before breakfast to catch a flight and he gave us pastry/apple/cookies to go - great room with fireplace - if I go back I'd probably stay in the main building since the weather was bad and it would have been nice to just go right downstairs for breakfast.

    A perfect B&B

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    As good as a B&B can get. We stayed in the Ohio Room. Located on the 3rd floor - it was a bit of a challenge getting our heavy suitcase to the room. But the room was spotless, the bed comfortable, and the house is beautifully preserved. The breakfasts were first rate. We liked the location - very close to the battlefield and in walking distance of the best restaurants and the town square. A perfect place to stay.

    Can't say enough great things!

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    The Brickhouse Inn was fantastic! They are centrally located to great food and all the Gettysburg attractions. The Visitor's Center is in walking distance. Breakfast was delicious each morning, and I can't count the number of fresh chocolate chip cookies I ate each afternoon. My husband and I are already planning our next trip to the Brickhouse!

    Just down the street from the farnsworth, the best b&b

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    Have been staying at the Brickhouse twice a year for four years. it is a spotless, warm old inn. The innkeepers , Craig and Marion are wonderful and are always there to offer information and answer any questions you have. The breakfasts are delicious and different every morning. It is within walking distance to everything. The beds are so comfortable. The rooms are full of period antiques. Marion makes homemade cookies for you every day and there is coffee, tea, beverages and chocolates in the dining room for you. It is just the best b&b I've ever stayed at. Don't forget the wrap around porch with rocking chairs you can sit in while watching and listening to the horse-drawn carriages go by. Recommend it highly! It is not supposed to be haunted, but I do have a few pictures with orbs, and streaks of white light in the house.

    A great first B&B experience!

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    Our first experience at a B&B. I'm glad I found the Brickhouse Inn. Not only did they have a great January (1/23 & 23/2004) deal, but we had 5 1/2 inches of snow on Saturday to wake up to. The Inn was very, very clean. We went with another couple and we had the Delaware room with a fireplace and they had the room upstairs with a fireplace. It was great. The breakfasts were fantastic, especially the Baked Apple Pancakes, shoo-fly pie, and fresh fruit. We enjoyed the big house, it was beautiful and the antiques made you fell like you were part of history. The evening snacks (chocolate chips cookies) and beverages were great. It was a very relaxing weekend. If you get a chance to stay here you will not be sorry.

    5 star review

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    Very clean and friendly establishment. Delicious breakfast. Close to Park. Reasonable rates. Top-notch

    Attention to detail!

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    Having stayed at hundreds of B&B's throughout the US, the Brickhouse Inn ranks among the top 10! The place is immaculate, the antique furnishings beautiful and the food fantastic. The attention to detail and the hospitality of Craig and Marion is just out of this world. We will return many times over. RG

    What a Great B&B!

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    The Brickhouse Inn is situated in the historic district within walking distance to everything. The innkeepers are great hosts, the Inn was tastefully decorated, the rooms were spotless and the breakfast was out of this world! We will be back!Jan & Jeff

    TripAdvisor Reviews Brickhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast Gettysburg

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