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My wife and I love Gettysburg. Staying at the James Getty Hotel makes it feel like a second home. Craig and the entire staff are courteous and extremely helpful. Off street parking, freshly baked items for breakfast and 15% off dinner at the restaurant next...More
My husband and I are from New Hampshire. We stayed at the James Gettys Hotel from September 29th to October 1st. Our trip was in celebration of our Anniversary a little bit early. From the moment we parked our vehicle out front, we were greeted...More
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Response from Rachel T, Manager at James Gettys HotelResponded 26 October 2017
Thank you for your review! We love it when our guests are truly satisfied! I am so sorry to hear that you had a rough night of sleep! We are working on sound barriers possibilities for the hotel, coming soon! So glad to know that...More
I’ve always wanted to stay at the James Getty’s hotel, so I was very excited to spend the weekend here. The staff was incredibly welcoming and helpful. We stayed in the Ziegler Holzworth Livery suite. The room was spacious and very clean. The breakfast was...More
I use "romantic" not in the lover's sense but in the atmospheric sense. This small boutique hotel isn't exactly sumptuous but it is truly full of the feel of old Gettysburg. We enjoyed a lovely stay, slept well and had the convenience of walking to...More
We have been twice and love it here. The only complaint I have this past time in the John Troxell room. The street noise and the noise from the bar next door made it where we could not sleep or sleep well.
Response from Rachel S | Property representative |
I see that you visit Gettysburg quite often and enjoy the ghost stories. The James Gettys Hotel was known as the Union Hotel during the battles at Gettysburg and most likely used as a hospital. You can read about the James... More
I see that you visit Gettysburg quite often and enjoy the ghost stories. The James Gettys Hotel was known as the Union Hotel during the battles at Gettysburg and most likely used as a hospital. You can read about the James Gettys in the 3rd edition of Ghosts of Gettysburg by Mark Nesbitt.