Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 28, 2012 on Hotels
Very clean and quiet. WIshed our plans would have allowed for us to take advantage of the golf course and swimming pool.
for Everyoneby Melissa from Williamsport, PA, USA
Older but clean and comfortablePosted May 29, 2012
Penn National is an older hotel where mainly golfers stay to golf Penn's beautiful golf courses. This is not a place for kids or a romantic getaway. It's older, the rooms are nice but dated, however, very clean and the bed are very comfortable and seem newer. My daughter was running at the state track championships and my husband had stayed at Penn National to golf int he past so we just stayed one night because it was close to the track meet.
for Personal Eventby Bob & Barb
So pleased with the beautiful locationPosted May 28, 2012 on Hotels
Loved the large room, and especially the clean room. So much nicer here than at the national chains. Everyone gets a more personal touch. We went to the State Finals for Track and Field events in Shippensburg. It was a short drive, but worth it for the serenity found at our resort after 9 1/2 hr. in hot sun. So nice, we stayed for 2 nights.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Posted May 12, 2012 on Hotels
Quiet and comfortable. Stayed during family funeral. It was a quiet respite in pleasant surroundings.
by A verified traveler from New Jersey
Penn National Inn-unhealthy and false-advertisingPosted May 15, 2011 on Hotels
I will make this quick: There was live mold growing on the bathroom ceiling the size of a hubcap. it was huge and disgusting. It begs the question, what don't I see? There was no Internet connection in the room. One had to go outside across the yard and sit on the porch of another building or drive over to the club house. The room was large but not decorated. It was like a dorm room. A large round table was randomly set in the hallway. Not historic at all. Yes, I complained.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sandy Lake, PA.
Great PlacePosted Mar 10, 2011 on Hotels
This was a very nice place to stay. Will stay there again. Only negative was the restaurant was closed. They advertise they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Rockford, Illinois
Penn National InnPosted Aug 12, 2010 on Hotels
The picture I saw on the website for the Penn Inn was a touch misleading. It had the picture of the check in building and made it seem that this is where I would be for the evening. However, that was not the case, as I stayed in another building. It was not an issue, as the building and room were great. Just thought I would be staying somewhere different. Also the website did not advertise that the hotel was a retirement/golfing community, again not a probelm but being that Im not a golfer nor a senior made it a bit uncombfortable. If I was staying longer than one evening, it woud have mattered much more. However, as a stop over for the evening, it was a nice place to stay. The hotel was in a remote area, a touch hard to find, but being that I was there to see Gettysburg, it easier to stay at the Inn than in touristy Gettysburg. Being that I am younger, I would most likely not stay at the Inn again, however if you are older and or an avid golfer, the inn was very appealing.
for Otherby A verified traveler from Ohio
Met all expections!Posted Jul 18, 2010
Very nice golf community.. reasonable price and very clean & quiet room. Would love to go back again!