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Property LocationWith a stay at The Tillie Pierce House Inn in Gettysburg, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Gettysburg National Military Park and Gettysburg Battlefield Museum. This bed & breakfast is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Gettysburg College and 11.2 mi (17.9 km) from Liberty Mountain Ski Resort. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
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Reviewed 12 november, 2021
This was my first time at a B&B. We arrived around 3:45pm for check in on Veteran’s Day (one night stay). Luckily, parking is free at the meters that day, and we were met by Bob who was very friendly. He showed us around, made sure we got settled, then left for the night. I was surprised that there wasn’t an inn keeper on the grounds at all times, but maybe that’s normal? We stayed in the Elizabeth Thorn room, and we happened to be the only guests that night. The layout of the room was fine, but I could see the space being an issue if you’re staying for a longer period of time with two people in the room. Road traffic didn’t bother us, but I could see it bothering light sleepers. Here’s what we didn’t like: 1. No tv in the room. Not a deal breaker, but it would have been nice. 2. For someone that wants to apply makeup, the lighting in the room and bathroom is terrible. 3. No sink space in the bathroom for your toiletries. I had to keep everything on the floor. 4. The flap on the toilet tank is going bad and we had to fiddle with it many times in order for the toilet to stop running. It was annoying. 5. The bed was concave in the middle so it wasn’t comfortable for me when trying to sleep next to my 240 pound boyfriend. 6. It was FREEZING in the house/room at night! What I wish I knew was that there was a floor heater (and fan) in the armoire. We didn’t look in there at all since we didn’t need to utilize it. 7. This is what really got me… At 5:30am there was a really bad rain storm. All of a sudden we heard “tap tap tap tap” and my bf got up to investigate. The left window was leaking really bad from two spots. We had to use our trash can and then get a trash can from another room to catch the water from the two spots. Water was all over the window sill and on the floor, and you could see where the sill was warping from previous leaks. Above the window you could clearly see the crack where the water was coming in. After the rain calmed down, it took a while for me to be able to fall back asleep. The next morning my boyfriend advised Gail that there was a leak. Her response was that they were aware and there was nothing more they could do because they tried fixing it before. My bf then said it was bad and she said that the house was built in 1829 and that water will find its way in. Gail wasn’t rude at all with her tone, but I couldn’t believe what I was hearing! This terrible leak is just something that guests will have to deal with?! 7. Breakfast was ok. Fresh pastries (I didn’t try but they looked delicious), blueberry pancakes, plain bagels, and Gail made us scrambled eggs. Not saying it was bad, but for a B&B I just expected a little more. Maybe they don’t go all out of only one room was booked? Overall this was my first and last B&B stay. The response to the leak is what really did it for me.
Great B & B
Reviewed 13 july, 2021
Great location. Gail is very friendly and knowledgeable. We had Elizabeth Thorn Room. It was nice, but faces Baltimore Street, so does tend to be a little noisy. The breakfast each morning was good, plus they keep water and snacks in the sitting room for guests. There is also a small fridge for guest use.
very nice spot near the center of town.
Reviewed 15 june, 2021
Stayed for one night. Unfortunately it was raining and we did not get to enjoy the full downtown Gettysburg experience. However, I would stay here again. Bob, our host was very nice and helpful in acquainting us with the facilities. We stayed in the Tillie Pierce room, which was fine, other than the problem with the door sticking, which really should be fixed.
Reviewed 24 october, 2020
I travel a lot and stay at a lot of "haunted" B&B's and I must say this was one of my best experiences yet. Slept like a baby, the house is beautiful, and Gail and Bob went above and beyond! The breakfast was great both mornings and we had great conversations with the Innkeepers. Highly, HIGHLY recommended! Thank you for making our first visit to Gettysburg a memorable one!
1st B & B weekend getaway
Reviewed 27 september, 2020
Had a great stay at the Tillie Pierce House Inn. Checked in early without an issue, our Innkeeper was fantastic! We stayed in the Elizabeth Thorn room. Our room was clean and comfortable. We had a private bathroom. The inn was full but we didn’t notice, it was quiet (even facing the busy street) and rarely saw other guests. Breakfast was good. We came and went as we pleased. Free WiFi too! We had a great weekend and recommend a stay at this beautiful historic inn. Close to everything! 👻 🐈