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My fiance and I loved our stay at City House B&B. We immediately felt right at home. The bedroom and bath were the perfect size for a one-night getaway and the house is central to tons of cute restaurants and bars. Highly recommend!
We spent one night in this B&B on a stop-over in Harrisburg. The house is beautiful and warmly decorated and the innkeeper Rebecca was a wonderful host. Breakfast was perfect and tailored to our dietary wishes. We stayed in the Helen room and had a...More
The place was very clean! The room was immaculate. The king size bed was very comfortable. The room was quite roomy. The bathroom was large.The shower was roomy and had a good water flow and hot water. The breakfast was very good. It was freshly...More
The inn faced the Susquehanna River on a quiet street. The rooms were furnished with antiques, there were spacious common areas where we could visit or play cards. The bathrooms looked to have been recently remodeled. Breakfast was very good. We checked in after hours...More
We recently spent a wonderful night at City House B&B (our fourth stay) and highly recommend this elegant, spacious, light-filled B&B in downtown Harrisburg - an easy walk to many restaurants. The Inn Keeper was very attentive to all our needs and the hot breakfast...More
Hi Katie - there are about two dozen restaurants within a 5-10 minute walk of our property, so it really just depends on what you're looking for! Personally, I recommend the Speakeasy (pub food), Home 231 (modern American... More
Hi Katie - there are about two dozen restaurants within a 5-10 minute walk of our property, so it really just depends on what you're looking for! Personally, I recommend the Speakeasy (pub food), Home 231 (modern American), Cork & Fork (homemade pasta and pizza, lots of wine!), The Millworks (hyper-local food from scratch), and Rubicon (authentic French).