Historic Gettysburg Bed and Breakfast
The Baladerry Inn is a Gettysburg bed and breakfast that's rich in charm and steeped in history. The original house was built in 1812 and is located on what was the Bushman Farm. This site is historically significant for having served as a field hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg and is situated on the edge of the battlefield. Today, The Baladerry Inn offers guests spacious suites, hearty breakfasts, and a prime location in one of the most historic places in the country.
The heart of the inn is the magnificent great room, where meals are served and fireside chats are welcomed. When you look around the historic Gettysburg bed and breakfast, you'll notice details like stained glass windows and antiques from a time gone by. Play a game in the game room where you'll also find a library of books to read. Venture outside to the sweeping tree-lined grounds and sit by the fire pit or relax away in the hot tub. There are so many places around the inn for friends and family to spend time together in comfort and style.
Rooms and Amenities
There are ten rooms to choose from, spread out amongst the inn's original 1812 house, the addition built in 1830, and the Carriage House. Rooms feature king and queen size beds, private bathrooms, and WiFi access. Many rooms have private patios, fireplaces, sitting areas, and sofa beds to accommodate extra guests. Rooms are spacious yet cozy and receive lots of natural light from the windows.
Country Breakfasts with a Gourmet Twist
Breakfast at Baladerry Inn is served each morning in the great room, or outside on the terrace if the weather is warmer. You'll have an opportunity to try a different dish throughout your stay with a rotating menu that includes sweet and savory favorites. Breakfasts are comprised of a unique fruit dish, gourmet eggs and meat, and a fresh pastry. Some house specialties include the Baladerry Benedict, Egg and Bacon Filled Crepe loaded with toppings and Sour Cream Streusel Coffeecake.
Things to do in Gettysburg Pennsylvania
While Gettysburg is a quaint and relaxing place to visit, one could spend weeks here without running out of things to see and do. Of course, many set their sights on this Pennsylvania borough for its historical relevance; there are indeed many ways to appreciate the important events of centuries before. Start by taking a trip to the National Military Park to learn about the battle at the visitors center, and take a guided tour of the battlefield. You can also visit President Eisenhower's farm, as well as meticulously preserved houses of those who lived through the battle.
Gettysburg is a great place to explore; ride through trails on horseback or take a Segway tour through the battlefield. For a fun date, check out some of the nearby wineries or see a play at one of the theaters in town. There is also plenty of shopping, dining, and activities to explore from tours to golf to museums.
Judy and Kenny Caudill have been the innkeepers of the Baladerry Inn since 2010 when they found it to be the perfect new adventure for them. They have a background in running businesses, Judy founded a cleaning business and together they owned a campground in Gettysburg. They share a love of the outdoors, enjoy exploring, and have traveled the country. The high school sweethearts were married in 1990 and have a child and two grandkids. Kenny and Judy enjoy welcoming guests and look forward to hosting events and making special occasions memorable and enjoyable for all who visit.
Amenities and Activities
- Game Room
- Homestyle Cooking
- Outdoor Garden
- Parking Lot
- Air Conditioning
- Alarm Clock
- Hair Dryer
- Bird Watching
- Boating and Watercraft
- Downhill Skiing
- Fire Pits
- Golf Course
- Horseback Riding
- Movie Theatre
- Wildlife and Nature
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