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We were so impressed. Our room, the Tennessee Room, was quaint, clean and very comfortable. The ensuite was just a good size, fully stocked with all toiletries. Brian and Tessa were the perfect hosts and our house made breakfast was just delicious, the perfect way...More
My husband and I cannot say enough about this beautiful place! The two houses are meticulously cared for and both hold fascinating history from the 19th century and, in particularly, the civil war. The rooms were warmly decorated and felt very homey. Everything we needed...More
This was our third and not last visit to this wonderful Inn,B&B. The staff is very accommodating and friendly. The breakfast are wonderful and even better when eating outside weather permitting. Our room was comfortable and of good size with a door leading to outside...More
This is our fourth visit. Love the Brickhouse Inn and Gettysburg. Tessa and Duncan are wonderful Inn Keepers. The food is always delicious and the accommodations excellent. Looking forward to a future visit in May of 2019 for our next Anniversary celebration.
My wife and I recently spent 6 days in Gettysburg and stayed at the Brickhouse Inn. Having not stayed at a B & B before we had no idea what to expect. First, the owners will bend over backwards to make your stay as enjoyable...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.