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Your Stay at the Inn

Gettysburg's quaint center, abounds with gift and antique shops, eateries, and historic landmarks—all within easy walking distance.

Or, if you are in Gettysburg for more than a couple days, there are numerous towns within a short distance to explore. Whatever you fancy, a bounty of activities are just minutes from the Gaslight Inn.

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Gettysburg’s Premier Bed & Breakfast

Over the years, our guests have returned time and again because they know our little secret…that we don’t leave any detail to chance. If you want a memorable trip to Gettysburg, we’d love to help you!

Whether you’d like to have a private tour of the Battlefield, need a local’s recommendation for romantic dinner, or want make a lasting impression with a surprise hour-long carriage ride through the National Military Park, no detail is too small (or large) to make sure your expectations are exceeded.

Relax and Unwind

We are fortunate to have a lot of visitors to Gettysburg every year, each has their own reason for visiting—taking in the battlefield, enjoying a local winery, or celebrating a special event.

Whatever brings you to our Gettysburg bed and breakfast, we want you to relax, unwind and enjoy your stay. Each of our well-appointed guest rooms offers a private bath, and most have fireplaces.

While you’re here, enjoy a cool drink on the patio or porch and share stories about your visit with other guests. Each afternoon freshly made cookies can be found on the refreshment bar to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee.

ADA Property Features


Off-street parking is available in the alley behind the Inn or in municipal parking lots. The Inn offers six private, level parking spots. Two of the spaces are adjacent to an aisle for loading and unloading. There is additional parking available in municipal lots adjacent to or across the street from the Inn which have designated handicap (metered) parking spaces. A parking diagram or description is available upon request by calling the Inn at (717) 337-9100.

Entering the Inn

From the private parking spaces, there is a two-step entrance through the back of the property with a brick-paved walkway on a slight downward slope. Guests are also able to follow the alley to the nearest side street and proceed to the public sidewalk and follow to the front of the Inn (approximately one city block). The sidewalk is also accessible from each of the closest municipal parking lots. Entrance from the front is through an iron fence and gate. Upon entering the front gate, follow the brick pathway past the yellow side porch, under a pergola and around to the brick patio in back. Turn right. The door closest to the stone wall provides a private entrance to our first-floor handicap accessible room, The Garden Room. The door way is wide enough for a wheel-chair and the handle can be opened with one hand.

Interior Access

The Garden Room is located on the first floor and has level access to the dining room and first floor parlors. Our dining room provides a water cooler and mini-fridge available for guest use. Breakfast is served at the large dining table that wheel-chairs can easily roll-up to. All food and beverages are brought to our guests at the table.

We do not provide public restrooms but there is a handicap accessible bathroom located in The Garden Room.

Interior hallways and corridors are free of steps or abrupt vertical level changes. All interior hallways, stairways and other pedestrian routes are free of obstructions. We do not offer an elevator. Interior stairs have closed risers, same stair tread depth and include handrails.

Additional Assistance

All guest room features can be accessed using the Accommodations link. Please contact us at (717) 337-9100 for additional assistance.
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your stay at the inn

our location

One block from Lincoln Square, the heart of downtown Gettysburg.

One and 1/2 miles from the National Park Service Visitor Center, the starting point for your Gettysburg tour.

A short walk to restaurants, shops, the Gettysburg Majestic theatre, and other great activities.