Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Gettysburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This was our second trip to Gettysburg and staying at Country Inn & Suites. It is very clean and comfortable the staff is very friendly and always willing to help. The continental breakfast is very nice. Location to Gettysburg Village outlets is with in walking distants.
Great place to stay
The Inn was clean, rooms clean and the staff was very friendly. I liked the fact that the indoor pool was open until midnight. Would recommend the stay.
We enjoyed it
This hotel is great. Rooms are very nice, clean and beds are very comfortable. They had a nice breakfast buffet and the staff was very nice and helpful with hints on where to go and what restaurants to eat at. Also has high speed internet too. It is also in a great location. Would go back again!!!
Great place to stay!!!!
Great place to stay. The rooms are very clean and the staff very friendly. The beds were so comfortable. The continental breakfast was great too. I look forward to staying there again next time we visit.
Friendly staff. Room was very clean. I thought being by the outlet malls would mean a lot of traffic, but it wasn't bad. Short drive to the park visitors center.
This was a very pleasant hotel. Very nicely kept. My only complaint was a musty shower smell. Otherwise it was very clean and comfortable. If you enjoy shopping, you can walk to a very quaint shopping outlet just next to it. I would definitely stay here again.
Loved this Place!!
This place was so relaxing! The jacuzzi alone is worth the very reasonable price we paid. For five of us, the two king beds and sofabed were just right, with two TVs and a pool that was open late for us tourists needing a relaxing swim after a day a Gettysburg! Free breakfast, cookies always at the front desk, restaurant guides, and 24 hour coffee, tea, and fruits was like being at home, only better!!
Extremely friendly and wonderful place!!!
My boyfriend and I went to Gettysburg for the first time 3 years ago. We stayed at the Country Inn and Suites Hotel. We had a wonderful time!! The staff is very friendly and extremely helpful. The rooms are beautiful and clean. It dosen't even smell like a hotel. Thats how clean it is!! The continental breakfast is very tasty. They give you everything from muffins and waffles to fresh fruit and cereal. At night we would use the indoor heated pool and jacuzzi which is fabulous!! they even have an excercise facility. Not to mention the outlets are right behind the hotel which is walking distance. I never stayed at a place quite like this. It was great!! I would definately stay here again.
Served well - Nice place
Stayed at Country Inn for one night while we visited Gettysburg Battlegrounds. The hotel was clean, the staff friendly, and provided a pretty good indoor pool to keep the kids amused. The hotel looks fairly new and ajoins an outlet shopping center which also looks fairly new.
The Country Inn provides a free breakfast which, if you travel alot, is almost always the exact same fare of bagels, cereal, waffles, juice and coffee. The Country Inn's breakfast was as good as any you might encounter, though not outstandingly better. I did notice that the staff was attentive and constantly refreshed the provided food items and kept the place pretty clean. Again, not much more you can ask of a mid-priced hotel. The room we stayed in was clean and in good shape. We would stay here again if we were in the area again and needed a 'know what you are getting' hotel. Overall, a nice place we would recommend to friends.
Clean and comfortable
Newer, clean hotel. Has an indoor pool and whirlpool with an outside area adjacent. Nice sized room. Across the parking lot from a small "outlet" center. About 3 miles down a back road to downtown Gettysburg.
Adults on bikes could do the ride into town. Washer and dryer available. Continental breakfast in the morning with "make your own" waffles, cereal, bagels, fruit yogurt, etc.
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Got up at 5:30am as we needed to leave early to cross boarder back into US. Was ready early so walked next door to MacDonald for breakfast as it was the only thing open. Lots of people from the tour were having breakfast there. While waiting in line 2 Canadians were chatting with me. They are very friendly. I ordered a muffin and mocha. Guy asked if I wanted 2% milk, I asked for full cream but he didn't seem to know what I meant. I said ...
... the Baked King's Onion Soup, we had to try a bowl and were not disappointed! Very cheesy with tender chunks of beef...yummm!
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... days that the battle included. After all that, I can't imagine being there at that time and really appreciate the courage all those soldiers showed. By the time I finished the tour, it was 6:00 pm and I had to make a choice on my next move. I decided to head up to Boston, but being a seven hour drive from Gettysburg and running on five hours of sleep, I decided to find a place along the way to stop for the night. Allentown, Pennsylvania was about 2 hours east ...
... the battlefield with one of the certified licensed guides. The guide was very informative and give accounts of both sides of the battle. It was a very pleasant experience; the only that would have made it better was if we were able to see a reenactment.
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