Ratings based on 31 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.1 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
2.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Altoona, PA
Adequate Motel 10 minutes from Gettysburg centerPosted Oct 19, 2015
Pros: Location with parking and free wifi.
Cons: The non-smoking room smelled of smoke.
Location: Gettysburg is a 10 minute drive away. There are other motels and hotels surrounding it.
This motel is pretty decent, it was clean and the hotel staff were helpful. The room I stayed in had a mini fridge, sink, bathroom, TV, and free WiFi. Overall it is a good place to stay with parking and its close enough to Gettysburg. I recommend it if you are just looking for an inexpensive place to sleep etc. while you spend most of the day outside touring Gettysburg. I was in a non-smoking room but it definitely smelled of smoke, I didn't mind though.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from s.
Nice old hotel.Posted Aug 31, 2015
Everything is old but in working condition and clean.
by A verified traveler from Pocono Lake, PA.
DISGUSTING!!Posted Aug 29, 2015
This motel room was LOADED with flies! I was unable to reach either the husband or wife staff members, they were no where to be found!! So, I drove to a local Walmart and purchased a fly swatter!! After attempting and succeeding in killing all but one, I woke in the middle of the night with several buzzing in my ear!! I had to cover myself from head to toe to try and get a few hours sleep as I had a lot of work to do in town preparing my son as a Freshman in the nearby Gettysburg College. There's either something breeding in there or dead! It is the most disgusting place I've ever experienced in my life! I should not only receive a refund for lack of sleep, going out to Walmart in the middle of the night, going crazy trying to catch every fly but also should report them to the Board of Health!! Very Dissatisfied Customer who will NEVER ever go near that place again! I have my son in college there the next four years and have to shop around to look for a cleaner place that actually has 24 hour employees.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from USA
Quiet, close to Gettysburg.Posted Jul 10, 2015
The motel is old, charming, and quaint. Metal chairs at every room. Sadly, pool is now a dirt pile. Helpful and kind proprietor. Close to Gettysburg without being in the thick of things. Timber surrounds this motel on south business 15 just 4 miles south of Gettysburg. A treasure. Stayed 4 nights.
for Familiesby Scott from Raleigh
OK PlacePosted Jul 7, 2015 on Hotels
This place was clean and sufficient for our needs, which was just a place to sleep before carrying on. The owner wanted to charge me for the room even though I paid through hotels.com. He told me he'd give me a refund if it were true, but that he didn't believe it. I called hotels.com and they straightened it out for me quite quickly and I had my key within 20 mins. As I mentioned, the place is clean and nothing wrong with the rooms. I appeared to be one of those places that has long-term residents, which was a bit unnerving upon check-in, but it turned out to not to be much of an issue. I'd recommend staying here for a stopover, but not as a base for my vacation.
for Couplesby Kyle from Aurora, CO
The best you can Gett!Posted Jul 6, 2015 on Hotels
Excellent little place in Gettysburg. The bed was the most comfortable we slept in during our entire two-week, nine state tour of the northeast. The only weird thing was the business across the street prominently flying a Confederate flag, but not a union flag. I know that Gettysburg was a major battle of the Civil War, but still, that was a bit off-putting (BTW, the union won the battle, and Pennsylvania fought for the North, so not sure where this guy's southern pride is coming from). That was the only reason I gave a 4 for "neighborhood." There was a working microwave and refrigerator. What else can you ask for?
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Last Minute Choice During a Convention WeekendPosted Jun 21, 2015
A rather small room, but OK for my needs. Long table with drawers; one wooden but comfortable chair; two queens with firm mattresses; and a nightstand were all the furnishings, and there wasn't room for more. Nice large TV. Small microwave and refrigerator. Bathroom was very clean; shower head modern and excellent; bathtub rather short and without a place to park soap, shampoo, washcloths, etc. Nothing to hold on to getting in and out. Absolutely no amenities. No continental breakfast. Ice costs 25 cents.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Tennessee
Quiet location with friendly staff.Posted May 26, 2015
Pros: The room was clean and the manager and staff seemed eager to assist us.
Cons: Addition of grab bars in the tub/shower would make it safer for everyone, not just those with disabilities.
Location: It is only a short distance to the Gettysburg National Military Park and there are a lot of attractions within the Gettysburg area.
We stayed 4 nights, although we were inconvenienced by the fact that there are no handicap accessible rooms at this property. However, the manager did bring a wooden ramp on the second day so my husband did not have to step up to get into the room with his walker.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Extended StayPosted Apr 27, 2015
Pros: TV - WIFI
Cons: Updated of decor... Could have left the refrigerator and microwave plugged in. Had to pull the bed away from the wall to plug them in to use.
Location: Gettysburg.... that should say it all.
While the room was older, it was clean. However, the second day there was no bath mat and no shampoo added for what was used. The third night I was out of shampoo and found trash on the floor behind the bathroom door, which hid the trash bin. There was a bath mat:) It was cost efficient, fairly clean, had a nice flat panel TV and good WIFI...
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Baltimore, MD
Low price, no frillsPosted Feb 22, 2015
Pros: Price was right, and it was close to all the locations I needed to get to in Gettysburg.
Cons: Given the age of the motel, there isn't much to be improved unless you rebuild the thing from scratch.
Location: The Seminary Ridge Museum does the best job of telling the story of the Battle of Gettysburg.
My room was ready when I got there, and the desk clerk knew I was coming. This is definitely a no frills 1950's era motel. Though the room was clean, and linens were fresh, the room was simply a place to rest for the night. Not much more.