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The experience was outstanding. The hotel had access to all downtown attractions, secure parking and the room was wonderfully appointed. We were able to walk to many sites, shop and dine with ease. Choosing the James Gettys Hotel was a stroke of luck for us....More
Awesome location, right in the heart of town within walking distance to many historic points of interest. The staff was wonderful, they helped us with picking out our tours and offered a wealth of information on what to do during our stay. The hotel is...More
My wife and I stayed at the James Gettys Hotel this past weekend during our visit to Gettysburg. The hotel is right in the center of town, which means that all of the main attractions in the town are only a few minutes' drive away....More
We have had the good fortune of booking early and staying here every year - the cool thing is that we have seen the same staff in the last four years and it's kind of like coming home every year. The rooms are nicely appointed,...More
If you are visiting an historical location,what better way than to stay in an historic building with all of the modern conveniences? Right in the center of town the hotel is within walking distance to shops, restaurants, museums and the college. We are planning to...More
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.