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If you're heading to Gettysburg, you'll want to stay at the Brickhouse Inn. The managers and inn keepers are extremely helpful with tips and reservations, the B&B is warm with beautiful rooms, and the breakfast and afternoon tea are a real treat. Be sure to...More
Just got back from an amazing weekend in Gettysburg. The Brickhouse Inn is very well located--a short walk from the center of town and a very short drive up to the Visitor's Center. The Inn itself is very welcoming. Lovely living rooms/parlors on the first...More
The Brickhouse exceeded our expectations, which were already high! The hospitality and service were amazing, and the food was excellent! The Inn is an easy walk to the center of town, and parking is no problem. We highly recommend the Brickhouse, and we intend to...More
In a great location (the hub of shopping and history), Brickhouse is a well-situated, surprisingly large historic (sorry) home away from home--really--where you feel comfortable, private, and restful. Browse pretty rooms downstairs, and choose S. Carolina or NY upstairs. Brian and Tessa are well-traveled internationals...More
Thank you for another wonderful stay at the Brickhouse Inn. I first stayed during the summer of 2016 and returned to stay again March 2018. I am glad to say that this stay was as good as the 1st. The quality and care at the...More
The guest rooms do not have fridges or coffee makers. However, there is a guest fridge in the dining room of the Victorian house, as well as Keurig coffee maker. These can be accessed at all times, even by guests in the... More
The guest rooms do not have fridges or coffee makers. However, there is a guest fridge in the dining room of the Victorian house, as well as Keurig coffee maker. These can be accessed at all times, even by guests in the Welty House.