AAA Inspector Notes
A winding driveway leads guests past a spring-fed pond that serves as a trout hatchery and straight to the inviting 1850s Georgian-Italianate home. Inside, you will find two cozy gas fireplaces, the original pine plank floors and guest rooms adorned with antique furnishings. During the Gettysburg campaign of 1863, the house served as headquarters for Confederate General Richard Ewell. The owner's two cats are on the premises.
Smoke free premises. 3 units. 2 stories (no elevator), interior corridors. Bath: shower only.
Amenities & Services
Historic Bed & Breakfast
I-81 exit 24, 2.1 mi n on SR 696, then just e. 6 W Dykeman Rd 17257.
no phones, refrigerators, wireless Internet.
N, check-in 4 pm, age restrictions may apply.