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Gettysburg in Pennsylvania is one of the most historic destinations in the United States. Home to the greatest battle site of the Civil War, the city has seen significant change throughout the country’s lifetime, and this becomes evident upon beholding the sheer number of monuments, museums, and historical reenactments that color the city today. Not surprisingly, history buffs travel thousands of miles to explore the battlegrounds. However, those looking for a little old world charm and relaxation will also find a trip here to be worthwhile.

Where to stay in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

History lovers cannot go wrong when choosing an area of town as home base. Securing a spot near the famous Gettysburg National Military Park, hugging the southern edge of town, is ideal. Featuring over 1,000 monuments, lively battlefield reenactments, and containing access points to the Gettysburg National Cemetery, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address Memorial, and the Gettysburg Diorama and History Center within its limits, an entire trip could be spent just exploring these grounds.

As an alternative, stay in Downtown Gettysburg to see Gettysburg history from a different perspective while also experiencing its old world charm. Tour Jennie Wade’s House, located in the war’s “no-man’s land”, Rupp House and the Shriver House Museum to uncover civilian lifestyles of the era. Photographers will particularly enjoy Ronn Palm’s Museum of Civil War Images or Gibson’s Photographic Gallery, and foodies can even dig into history on a food tour near Gettysburg College, which is just a short drive away.

3 and 4 star hotels in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Gettysburg offers visitors three 4 star hotels and 69 3 star hotels. The 4 star hotels in Gettysburg are unique. Choose from among mansion, farm-styled bed and breakfasts, or a chic resort. These properties are located outside the city limits of Gettysburg, providing a respite after long days of sightseeing.

No matter what suits your mood, rooms come fully equipped with televisions, toiletries, and free internet. Extra luxuries depending on the property include iPod docks, fireplaces, balconies, coffee makers, free minibar items, and robes. The resort features on-site restaurants, bars, and room service. The bed and breakfasts both offer a free full breakfast and libraries.

Gettysburg’s 3 star hotels are located throughout the city and surrounding communities with easy access to Downtown Gettysburg and the battlefield sites. Most offer free breakfast, free WiFi, and free parking, along with other comfortable room features. Hotel extras depend on the property but expect indoor pools and spa tubs to be common.

Hotels near Harrisburg Intl Airport, Capital City Airport, and Hagerstown Regional Airport

Gettysburg does not have its own airport, but three airport hubs are found in the nearby area. Harrisburg International Airport and Capital City Airport are sister airports, located about 50 miles northeast of Gettysburg, in the town of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Harrisburg International Airport is your best bet for standard air travel, with lots of international and regional flights seen daily. Capital City Airport is a better option for private flights.

Hagerstown Regional Airport is another option located about 50 miles southwest of Gettysburg in the town of Hagerstown, Maryland. Daily domestic flights from airports in the East Coast are received here. Regardless of your airline preference, secure a night at hotels near Harrisburg International Airport, hotels near Capital City Airport, or hotels near Hagerstown Regional Airport for stress-free travel, especially for those early morning departures and late night arrivals.


Tillie Pierce House Inn

Great Location

Only stayed one night. The host was very friendly and accommodated our late arrival. Walking distance to shopping an restaurants. Breakfast was simple, but all we needed to start our day. Historical home with lots of charm.

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8 months ago


The Lodges at Gettysburg

Close to Liberty and to Gettysburg

The lodges are close to liberty ski mountain and to Gettysburg, but in their own pastoral location with beautiful views and a tranquil pond. Our lodge was plenty roomy and the beds were comfortable. The showers were spacious and clean with good water pressure and hot water. A small gas fire stove makes it extra cozy. There was no bottle opener in the room and the couch had seen better days. It was rather uncomfortable to sit on. We did not use it as a sleeper sofa. While there was room to sleep everybody (6) in our party, there’s not really enough seating, especially for meals, in the room. we only saw the main lodge at night, but it seemed quite pretty. I can see why weddings are held here. All in all, we would stay here again if coming through the area .

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3 weeks ago


Federal Pointe Inn

Would recommend

The staff was very helpful with tour recommendations as well as restaurants. Loved the tea in the afternoon Easy walk into shops and restaurants. We sent the previous night an hour away at a very expensive hotel whose staff was not as helpful nor welcoming as Federal Pointe

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4 years ago


Gettysburg Hotel


Good................ I..........................................................and good.........

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2 months ago